Michael C. Hall is an American actor who has mainly acted in drama series. He rose to fame with his spectacular performance in the TV series ‘Dexter’. Hall’s love for acting evolved since childhood due to which he used to act in school’s plays.
He made his stage debut and appeared in ‘Macbeth’ and ‘Cymbeline’ at New York Shakespeare Festival. Eventually, he moved to TV series and was seen in ‘Six Feet Under’ (2001-2005), ‘Bereft’ (2004), ‘Dexter’ (2006-2013), ‘Vietnam in HD’ (2011), ‘The Crown’ (2017), and ‘Safe’ (2018). Hall has also played different roles in number of movies including ‘Peep World’ (2011), ‘Kill Your Darlings’ (2013), ‘Justice League: Gods and Monsters’ (2015), ‘Mark Felt : The Man Who Brought Down the White House’ (2017), and ‘Game Night’ (2018).
His best role has been in the TV series ‘Dexter’ as the serial killer, Dexter Morgan. Hall’s performance was not only loved by the audience but appreciated by the critics. Some of his movies too were highly acclaimed including ‘The Trouble with Bliss’ (2012), and ‘Kill Your Darlings’ (2013).
Cold in July is a crime drama film, which tells the story of a protective father who shoots an intruder right in the head in order to defend himself and his family. However, he starts fearing for his family, after the deceased man’s father threatens to kill them all.
Kill Your Darlings is a 2013 American biographical romantic drama film, which revolves around the great poets of the Beat Generation, including Allen Ginsberg, Jack Kerouac and William Burroughs. When a murder occurs, it draws all of them together.
Reverse-engineer Michael Jennings is routinely hired to break-up rival company’s technology, after which he has his short-term memory erased. After completing a 3-year job with promises of millions, he is left without money and the authorities are chasing him for treason and murder. He has only limited time and few apparently unrelated items to solve the mystery of his erased 3 years.
This science fiction mystery thriller film tells the story of a police officer who is tracking a serial killer who resurfaces every nine years. However, the killer’s crimes defy all scientific explanation and the officer’s obsession to catch the killer soon drives him to insanity.
In future, computer programmer Ken Castle creates a mind control game wherein death row convicts fight for their freedom; but they are controlled by their users. The champions here are John Kable Tillman and his handler Simon. Kable realises that to get back to his normal life, he must escape the game and reveal to the world Castle’s plan to control the entire country with his technology.
Michael C. Hall Awards
|Dexter||Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series - Drama||2010|