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Born in, raised in and eventually paroled from Patchogue, New York, Michael graduated from Marist College where he studied TV and Film Production. While in school, Michael was a member of the sketch/improv comedy troupe, a weekly columnist for the newspaper, a writer and actor for the college TV station and the host of a weekly radio show. Soon after graduating, Michael wrote Subway, his first screenplay. He followed that with a prolific five-year period during which he wrote seven screenplays, four short stories, two novellas and his memoir The Burnout Chronicles. During this same period, he studied acting with William Esper and John Dapolito. As Michael polished his craft as an actor, he continued writing. His screenplay Inspiration Therapy was optioned by World Film Services and several other scripts were finalists in national screenplay competitions like Project Greenlight and Final Draft Big Break. A member of the Writers Guild of America, Michael’s teleplay Brainstorm, which he wrote in the traumatic aftermath of the 2008 presidential election, was developed by World Film Services and shopped to various networks. Shortly after, he was hired to write a biographical novel which would become his second book, Broken. As an actor, Michael is a proud member of the Screen Actors Guild and has appeared in numerous independent films. As a member of the Actors Equity Association, he has also appeared in countless performances on New York stages. In June of 2008, Michael wrote the first draft of Maybe Tomorrow. This, his twelfth screenplay, would be the first he wrote with the intention of producing himself. He would also direct and star in the film. “Maybe Tomorrow” an independent political intrigue drama by NYC resident Michael Wolfe, has begun its Video On Demand rollout with its debut on Blue Ridge Communications Cable System, Verizon Fios , Atlantic Broadband, WOW Cable and others. “Maybe Tomorrow” revolves around three estranged friends who finally examine how a covered up crime from their pasts has affected the course of their lives. As he raised the capital necessary to produce Maybe Tomorrow, he ventured into blogging. Seeking an Internet platform that aligned with his political worldview, he stumbled upon Veracity Stew and became a contributing writer to this progressive and rapidly expanding website. Michael continued blogging for Veracity Stew throughout the years of pre-production, production and post-production for Maybe Tomorrow. Michael is already in the early stages of development for his next film I Love You I’ll Miss You Goodbye. Having written the script, he will direct and star in the film.