Later that same year, he auditioned for and won the role of "Motown" in the critically acclaimed Vietnam action drama, Hamburger Hill. Michael Patrick Boatman (born October 25, 1964) is an American actor and writer. For his work on Spin City he was nominated for five NAACP Image Awards for Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy. Michael Boatman, Actor: Spin City. Later that same year, he auditioned for and won the role of "Motown" in the critically acclaimed Vietnam action drama, Hamburger Hill. Official Sites. The American actor is a married man and has four kids. During his senior year Boatman won the prestigious Irene Ryan theater award for best supporting actor during the finals competition at the Kennedy Center.[3].
Michael Patrick Boatman was born on October 25, 1964, in Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA. After performing in a variety of plays that included "A Midsummer Night's Dream," "Purlie Victorious," and "The Seagull," Boatman earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1986. For his work playing Stanley Babson on the long-running HBO series Arli$$ (1996), he was nominated five times for the Image Award for Best Supporting Actor in a comedy series.
Choose an adventure below and discover your next favorite movie or TV show. He was promoted to series regular in the second season. For his work playing Stanley Babson on the long-running HBO series Arli$$ (1996), he was nominated five times for the Image Award for Best Supporting Actor in a comedy series. He went on to play Samuel Beckett, the mortician in the China Beach mortuary, for the next three seasons. Michael Boatman also narrated in the WPA slave narratives[4] in the HBO film Unchained Memories, in 2003. Someone out on short term leave for bad behavior. From The Virgin Suicides to On the Rocks, IMDb dives into the cinematic stylings of Oscar-winning director Sofia Coppola. [2], Boatman studied acting at Western Illinois University, where he played a variety of roles including Oberon in A Midsummer Night's Dream, and Purlie in Purlie Victorious. |  Received Western Illinois University's Alumni Achievement Award in 1997, Culver-Stockton College mentoring students and acting in the British comedy "Noises Off" [October 2005], Completed filming "Supercops," a modern comedic take on dysfunctional New York CIty detectives. In 2012, Boatman became a recurring character in the FX original series Anger Management, reuniting with his former Spin City co-star Charlie Sheen as Sheen's next door neighbor Michael. Boatman resides in New York with his wife Myrna and their four children. They include Sick Things: An Anthology of Extreme Creature Horror, Until Someone Loses an Eye, Sages and Swords, Badass Horror and Christmas in Hell. Michael Boatman Celebrity Profile - Check out the latest Michael Boatman photo gallery, … Michael Patrick Boatman was born on October 25, 1964, in Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA. The couple is blessed with four children; two daughters Jordan Boatman and Mackenzie Boatman, and regarding his two sons, there is not much information. His humorous horror novel, The Revenant Road, was published by Drollerie Press in 2009. Beginning in late September 2013, he began co-starring in Nick at Nite's new series Instant Mom, alongside Tia Mowry-Hardrict. High School: Thornton Township High School, Harvey, IL (1982) University: BA Theater, Western Illinois University (1987) TELEVISION Anger Management Michael (2012-) The Good Wife Julius Cain (2009-12) Gossip Girl Russell Thorpe (2011) He has been wedded to Myrna Boatman since 1992.