Michael C. Hall (born February 1st 1971)
Michael C. Hall is a TV star best known for starring in 'Dexter'.
Career: Michael C. Hall began acting in Off-Broadway theatre, in such plays as Macbeth, Henry V and Corpus Christi. His first Broadway role was in Sam Mendes' 'Cabaret' in 1999, and in 2003 he appeared in 'Chicago'. In 2014 he was in 'The Realistic Joneses' and 'Hedwig and The Angry Inch'.
His TV debut came with 'Six Feet Under', for which he was nominated for an Emmy for his role as David Fisher who he played from 2001 to 2005.
In 2006, he began starring in detective mystery series 'Dexter' which ended in 2013 and earned him several more Emmy nominations, and a Golden Globe nod.
His movie debut was 2003's 'Paycheck' starring Ben Affleck and Uma Thurman, 2009's 'Gamer' with Gerard Butler, 2011's 'Peep World' alongside Ron Rifkin and Ben Schwartz. He starred alongside Daniel Radcliffe and Dane DeHaan in 2013's 'Kill Your Darlings'.
Personal life: Michael C. Hall was raised in Raleigh, North Carolina with his guidance counselor mother Janice and father William, the latter of whom died of cancer when he was 11.
He went to Ravenscroft School, Earlham College and then Tisch School of the Arts.
He has been in a relationship with Morgan Macgregor since 2012. He has previously been married to Amy Spanger and Jennifer Carpenter.
In 2010, he began chemotherapy after being diagnosed with Hodgkin's lymphoma. He later made a full recovery.
His charity work includes work with the Somalia Aid Society's Feed The People campaign, the Waterkeeper Alliance and Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's Light the Night Walk campaign.
Biography by Contactmusic.com