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Michael Dow (II)

Michael Dow is an actor, known for Boston Public (2000), Avatar: The Last Airbender (2006) and Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide (2004). See full bio »
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Boston Public
Boston Public Cunningham
Avatar: The Last Airbender
Avatar: The Last Airbender Haru / Additional Voices


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 2005-2007 Avatar: The Last Airbender (TV Series)
Haru / Additional Voices
- The Western Air Temple (2007) ... Haru (voice)
- The Day of Black Sun: Part 2 - The Eclipse (2007) ... Haru (voice)
- Imprisoned (2005) ... Haru / Additional Voices (voice)
 2006 Avatar: The Last Airbender (Video Game)
Haru (voice)
 2006 Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide (TV Series)
Jack Sprat
- Substitute Teachers and the New Kid (2006) ... Jack Sprat
 2005 Unfabulous (TV Series)
Golf Attendant
- The Information (2005) ... Golf Attendant
 2005 Eve (TV Series)
Waiter / Delivery Man
- Shelly and? (2005) ... Waiter
- Real Women Have Nerves (2005) ... Delivery Man
 2003 Wanda at Large (TV Series)
 2003 Boston Public (TV Series)
- Chapter Fifty-Six (2003) ... Cunningham
- Chapter Fifty-Three (2003) ... Cunningham
 2002 New Suit
 2001 My Wife and Kids (TV Series)
Boy #2
- Perfect Dad (2001) ... Boy #2

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Hosts short segments on the Disney Channel called "Imagineer That!" Also toured schools as a part of Disney's "Imagineer That! A Creativity Adventure" program with Steve Beyer and Ricky Ullman.

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