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Birthday: 12.08.1971 year
Place of birth: Chicago, Il, USA
Citizenship: United States
American comedian, actor, writer and Director. Played main roles in several popular Comedy TV series like ‘The State’, ‘Viva Variety’, ‘Stella’ and the current ‘Michael & Michael Have Issues’.
Born black then Michael Ian Schwartz in Chicago, Illinois, the son of the mistress of the shop Jill and Manager Robert Schwarz. He grew up in Hillsborough, new Jersey. When Michael was three, his parents divorced when he was twelve his father died on the operating table after a very mysterious attack. In the veins of black Jewish blood.
Some time Michael visited a training center for the performing skill at ‘Stagedoor Manor’ in new York and the school of arts Tisch at new York University; later, however, he dropped out.
Fame black metal came after the TV series of VH1’s ‘I Love the…’ and his work in his own Comedy troupe ‘Stella’; in addition, Michael managed to star in many TV series and movies. Black also participated in the scoring sock doll project Pets.com’ almost the main character of commercials ‘Sierra Mist’, was the leading first season of the show on NBC’s ‘Spy TV’, several times appeared in the film ‘Big helium dog’ (the’Big Helium Dog’) and played a supporting role in a tragicomic series, NBC’s ‘ed’ (‘Ed’).
He started his career, Michael from work in the Comedy group ‘The State’; for the first time on TV he got in the eponymous show on MTV. Later he continued to work with their colleagues on the company, the project ‘Viva Variety’ and the film ‘wet Hot American summer’ (‘Hot American Summer’). His caustic, sarcastic comments about the objects of modern pop culture has brought a lot popularity of his series ‘I Love the 70s/80s/90s/New Millennium’; in turn, the show made him quite popular. Several times black jokingly stated that he feels that he was doomed for the rest of eternity to work in this program. Quite often, Michael mocked his Jewish-American ancestry, ridiculing various Jewish stereotypes.
At the end of 2004, black was the invited host of the TV show of CBS ‘The Late Late Show’. In the race for the permanent place in the program, he was a finalist; the place, however, went to Craig Ferguson. Also Michael since that time, periodically writes for the online version of ‘McSweeney’s’ – actually, he has a column, ‘Michael Ian black very famous star’.
Together with colleagues in ‘The State’ by Michael Showalter and David Wayne black wrote the script (and became one of the main roles) in the Comedy channel Comedy Central’s ‘Stella’ – the TV version of his own stage of the project. The first season of the show consisted of ten episodes, was released in June 2005 and the management was not interested in the channel so, to create the second.
Black wrote the screenplays for two major comedies – ‘Marry a stranger’ (‘Wedding Daze’) of 2006 and ‘Run, fat boy, run’ (‘Run, Fat Boy, Run’) 2007 Simon Pegg in the lead role. In fact, ‘Marry a stranger’ black directed; the film starred famous actors such as Jason Biggs, Joe Pantoliano and Isla Fisher.
Currently Michael leads on the Comedy Central reality show ‘Reality Bites Back’. He also previously developed a different show for the same channel, ‘Michael Ian black doesn’t understand’ (‘Michael Ian Black Doesn’t Understand’). The idea later formed the basis of the project ‘Michael & Michael Have Issues’, the pilot episode of which was published in August 2008.

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