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McMillian at the 2013 San Diego Comic Con International
|Education||Carnegie Mellon University (BFA)|
Michael McMillian (born October 21, 1978) is an American actor and writer, known for his roles as Henry Gibson on What I Like About You, Steve Newlin on the HBO series True Blood, and Owen on Hot in Cleveland. McMillian is also the creator and writer of a comic book, Lucid.
He was Tim in Crazy Ex-Girlfriend.
McMillian was born in Colorado Springs, Colorado, and grew up in Olathe, Kansas, attending Blue Valley Northwest High School through his second year. In 1995, McMillian transferred to Interlochen Arts Academy, where he studied acting, playwriting and screenwriting. He attended Carnegie Mellon University, where he was signed by an agent after a senior class showcase.
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McMillian has acted in films and television shows and has contributed voice work to a number of video games. He garnered attention for his starring role in the independent film Dorian Blues, playing a young man struggling with his family's reaction to his coming out. He played Greg in the original pilot episode of Luis, but gave up the series in favor of making his then-recurring What I Like About You character, Henry Gibson, a regular. McMillian penned an episode during the third season of What I Like About You. He played the role of Harper in the TNT's Saved. His most recent film role was in Imagine That.
In 2009, McMillian wrote and created the magic-themed comic book mini-series, Lucid, for Before the Door Pictures and Archaia Studios Press. He is also co-writer of the second True Blood comic book series produced by IDW publishing and HBO. In 2010, he appeared opposite star Hilary Duff in the TV movie Beauty & the Briefcase, based on the novel Diary of a Working Girl by Daniella Brodsky.
|1999||Out of Courage 2: Out for Vengeance||Kelly O'Rourke||Short|
|2004||Dorian Blues||Dorian Lagatos|
|2007||The Hills Have Eyes 2||David "Napoleon" Napoli|
|2009||Imagine That||Brock Pressman|
|2009||Glock||Smith and Wesson||Short|
|2010||Half-Dragon Sanchez||Michael Brandtley|
|2013||Banshee Chapter||James Hirsch|
|2016||The Tiger Hunter||Winston|
|2016||Man Rots from the Head||Sheldon||Short|
|2002||8 Simple Rules||Guy||Episode: "Son-in-Law"|
|2002||Firefly||Young Hopeful||Episode: "Shindig"|
|2003||Miracles||Kevin Kettridge||Episode: "The Ghost"|
|2003–2005||What I Like About You||Henry Gibson||Recurring role (season 1), main (season 2), guest (season 3)|
|2004||Men of Valor||Hess (voice)||Video game|
|2004||Fight Club||Angel Face Ricky (voice)||Video game|
|2005||SWAT 4||Male Hostage #1 / Phone Caller #1 (voice)||Video game|
|2005||Veronica Mars||Pete Comiscky||Episode: "Weapons of Class Destruction"|
|2005||Without a Trace||Paul Cartwright||Episode: "Lost Time"|
|2005||Marsha Potter Gets a Life||TV film|
|2006||Big Love||Chad||Episode: "A Barbecue for Betty"|
|2006||Saved||Harper Sims||Main role|
|2007||Scrubs||Patrick||Episode: "My Conventional Wisdom"|
|2008||Small Town News||Daniel||TV film|
|2008–2014||True Blood||Steve Newlin||Recurring role (season 1), main (season 2, 5–6)|
|2009||The Mentalist||Drew Abner||Episode: "Red Scare"|
|2009||Rockville CA||Brett||Episodes: "Are You Single", "Brett", "Lost in the Supermarket", "Yes, Yes, No, Yes"|
|2010||Beauty & the Briefcase||Tom Reinhart||TV film|
|2010||The Whole Truth||Walter Williams||Episode: "Judicial Discretion"|
|2010||The Further Adventures of Edmund and Pablo||James||TV short|
|2011||CSI: NY||Neal Cooper||Episode: "Party Down"|
|2011||Futurestates||Dr. Slate||Episode: "Beholder"|
|2011||Love Bites||Episode: "Keep on Truckin'"|
|2011–2015||Hot in Cleveland||Owen||Recurring role (seasons 2–6)|
|2012||House of Lies||Paul||Episode: "Utah"|
|2012||Emily Owens, M.D.||Blake||Episode: "Emily and... the Good and the Bad"|
|2013||Gangster Vegas||Various (voice)||Video game|
|2015||Major Crimes||Les Dickerhoof||Episode: "Reality Check"|
|2015–16||Silicon Valley||Aaron 'Double A' Anderson||Episodes: "Homicide", "Bachmanity Insanity"|
|2015–2019||Crazy Ex-Girlfriend||Tim||Recurring role|
|2016||Shameless||Tyler||Episodes: "Going Once, Going Twice", "Refugees"|
|2016||Hawaii Five-0||Chris Dalton||Episode: "Waiwai"|
|2016||NCIS||David Kemmons||Episode: "Love Boat"|
|2017||Micah the Asshole Ghost||James||TV film|
|2018||NCIS: Los Angeles||Donald Jenkins||Episode: "Reentry"|
- Christopher, Jr., Hearne (March 21, 2007). "Star in "Hills Have Eyes II" sees better things ahead". The Kansas City Star. Retrieved March 23, 2007.
- Butler, Robert W. (March 18, 2007). "Olathe native moves into movies". The Kansas City Star. Retrieved March 23, 2007.