Michael Sorvino is an active producer, writer, actor, and director. Michael graduated THS in 1996, and went on to Rutgers University to study acting, where he received a BFA at Mason Gross School of the Arts. His stage work in the east includes Stuck (Center Stages), Cherry Hill (Theater for the New City) and Heine: First They Burn Books (Ensemble for the Romantic Century) in NYC, The Merry Wives of Windsor (Princeton Repertory Co.) in New Jersey, and Stella in the Bois De Boulogne (MIFA) in Amherst, MA. On the west coast, Michael’s work included Los Angeles Lullaby (The Blank Theatre Company) and Bullwhips & Boo Boo Bird (La Lupa) in L.A. Some soon-to-be-released films Michael plays in are The Bronx Bull, How Sweet It Is, Last I Heard (also co-produced), Hunting Season, and The Trouble with Cali (which he also produced, and was written by his sister, THS alum, Amanda Sorvino); his older film work includes Summer of Sam, Perfume, Gods and Generals, blur (also produced), Mineville (also executive produced), and the short film Blind Luck. Michael co-directed In The End, an award-winning short which he also produced and acted in; another short film, No EV Trouble in Little China, with James Hong, marked Michael's 2nd directing effort. Credits in television: Lifetime’s mini-series, Human Trafficking, and the yet-to-air dramatic series, Hillers. Michael was the voice of “Thomas ‘Tommy’ Angelo,” the main character in Illusion Softworks/Take2 Interactive’s video game, Mafia, as well as the sequel, 2K Games' Mafia II. Having been commissioned to write several screenplays, he is also a passionate automotive journalist.