Michael Park

Michael Park is a 2 time Emmy Outstanding Lead Actor Winner (3 times nominated) for the long-running daytime soap opera As The World Turns as Jack Snyder since joining in April 1997.

During his 13 year tenure in As The World Turns he continued to work in the theatre, playing Lucky Malone in the Roundabout Theatre Company‘s revival of Little Me (1998). He made two New York City Center Encores! appearances: Bloomer Girl in 2001 as Jeff Calhoun, and Applause in 2008 as Bill Sampson.

Michael then appeared as the cop in Will Eno‘s play Middletown at the Off-Broadway Vineyard Theatre (2010).

Michael Park performs in the role of Bert Bratt in the Broadway revival How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying (2011), starring Daniel Radcliffe and John Larroquette. Nick Jonas and Beau Bridges are now on starring in those roles.

Derek Ting saw Michael perform in Will Eno’s play when Linus Roache invited Derek to see it in New York City.  Derek asked Linus for an introduction as they were searching for a great actor to play to role of Morris Brown to be shot at Bloomberg studios in Hong Kong.  Michael Park flew there, on Linus’s recommendation, to shoot in a country he had never been.


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