|Date of Birth||8 April 1957, Los Angeles, California, USA|
|Birth Name||Michael David Spound|
|Height||6' (1.83 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
Michael grew up in the small town of Concord, Massachusetts- a huge Red Sox, Patriots and Celtics fan- and where he began his acting career as a child in a production of The King Of Hearts at The Concord Players in 1967. He went on to study theatre and film at Northwestern University graduating in 1979. Michael immediately landed a role in the ABC/Paramount pilot Homeroom opposite Ally Sheedy which began a string of guest starring roles on Paramount shows such as Happy Days, Laverne and Shirley and Family Ties. Michael credits his appearance on Gary David Goldberg's Family Ties with getting the attention of Aaron Spelling and leading to a role that would change his life. In 1983, Michael was cast in Spelling's television drama Hotel that starred James Brolin, Connie Sellecca and Bette Davis (Anne Baxter took over the Bette Davis role for the run of the series). Michael was cast opposite Heidi Bohay and they played, married couple, Dave and Megan Kendall for five years. They married for real after the run of the show ended in 1988, have three children and have been married ever since. Michael still loves theatre, most notably originating the role of Rob Stein in the Broadway production of Jon Tolins' Twilight Of The Golds which he also performed in at The Kennedy Center. He also starred in the off- Broadway hit Beau Jest at The Lamb's Theatre opposite Laura Patinkin. His favorite film role was in Gary David Goldberg's Must Love Dogs. He was overjoyed to get the chance to work with Mr. Goldberg one more time.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Michael Spound
|Heidi Bohay||(29 May 1988 - present) (3 children)|