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  • Michael Harris
  • Michael Harris
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  • Michael Harris is an American actor. He has had numerous television and film appearances.
  • Michael Harris (born Joseph Michael Harris) is an American actor.
  • thumb|Michael Harris alsBotschafter Byleth Michael Harris (* als Michael Knight Harris) ist ein Autor, Produzent und Schauspieler. Er spielte Botschafter Byleth in der [[]]-Episode .
  • Michael Charles Anton Harris, better known as Michael Harris (Floral, Delvar, 4th July, 3495) is a Rutanian politician. He's the first son of David Lee Harris, the main founder of his political party.
  • Michael Andrew Harris (born December 4, 1981)is an American Professional Wrestler better known as Michael Harris and is one of the most successful superstars of his generation. He is currently working for WWER which is owned by Trish Stratus, and he also works for WGEF which is owned by Kaylee Adams and a few others. Harris has done a lot in his career from being a World Heavyweight Champion to being Undefeated. Despite he plays a Heel Character, He is a great person over all.
  • Michael Kwame Harris is one of the main protagonists in The Quest for Beasts, the two movies Rise of Babylon and Hunt for the Lost Eden, as well as the live-action movie, as well as the numerous video game spinoffs. He is voiced by Phil LaMarr throughout the series, video games and two movies; in Rise of Babylon, his singing voice is provided by R&B artist Usher. In the live-action movie, he is portrayed by Leon Thomas III, and he also makes appearances in The Quest for Beasts: A New Generation, in which he is voiced by Kevin Michael Richardson. His voice when he is young is provided by Cree Summer.
  • [[Image:|px|Image of ]] Statistics Real name Ring Names Height Weight Date of birth Place of birth Date of death Place of death Resides Billed from Trainer Current federation(s) Previous federation(s) Handled by Debut Retired
  • Michael Harris is a resident of Los Angeles, and an employee of Hollywood Wax & Shine. In the late 90's he lived in an apartment on Beverly Blvd. near the CBS studios. He had a prior record for burglary and assault for which he did time in Corcoran state prison.
  • Harris was a regular on the short-lived UPN science fiction series The Burning Zone, which aired during the 1996-97 television season. He also played the character of Bishop in the 1999 Babylon 5 television movie A Call to Arms, co-starring Marjean Holden, Scott MacDonald, Tracy Scoggins, and Tony Todd and directed by Mike Vejar. Additionally, he was seen in the pilot episode of the short-lived Gates McFadden series Marker and guest-starred along with Jonathan Frakes and Frakes' wife, Genie Francis, in the a 1995 episode of Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman (starring Teri Hatcher and K Callan).
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Office
  • 40
  • Minister of Environment and Tourism
  • Governor of Delvar
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current efeds
  • WWER and WGEF
previous efeds
  • WWEBB2, THTXW, GGW, XCWA, XCW, CNA.
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term start
  • 3531
  • 3546
Birth Date
  • 1981-12-04
  • 3495-07-04
Residence
death place
Succeeded By
  • Retired as Champ
Spouse
  • Rose Hallaway
Name
  • Michael Harris
  • Joseph Michael Harris
  • Michael Anton Harris
  • Michael Harris
Ethnicity
  • Rutanian
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Weight
  • 225
Party
Birth Place
Height
  • 4.0
term end
  • 3539
  • 3547
Proceeded By
  • Awarded Title.
death date
  • 3588-11-05
Successor
  • XXX
Religion
  • Agnostic
alongside
  • Amelia Granger
yearsactive
  • 2008
Children
  • Bertha H. Harris
  • David H. Harris
Occupation
  • Periodist
ID
  • 365107
  • nm0365107
Debut
  • April 2001
Image width
  • 398
billed from
  • Chicago, Illinois
Resides
  • Chicago, Illinois
Championships
  • CNA World Heavyweight Championship
RealName
  • Michael Andrew Harris
Trainer
  • Ric Flair, Shawn Michaels, and Phil Brooks.
Predecessor
  • XXX
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  • Michael Harris is an American actor. He has had numerous television and film appearances.
  • Michael Harris (born Joseph Michael Harris) is an American actor.
  • Harris was a regular on the short-lived UPN science fiction series The Burning Zone, which aired during the 1996-97 television season. He also played the character of Bishop in the 1999 Babylon 5 television movie A Call to Arms, co-starring Marjean Holden, Scott MacDonald, Tracy Scoggins, and Tony Todd and directed by Mike Vejar. Additionally, he was seen in the pilot episode of the short-lived Gates McFadden series Marker and guest-starred along with Jonathan Frakes and Frakes' wife, Genie Francis, in the a 1995 episode of Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman (starring Teri Hatcher and K Callan). In addition to these, Harris appeared on such programs as Tales from the Crypt (starring the voice of John Kassir), Matlock (in an episode with Jason Wingreen), China Beach (starring Robert Picardo, Jeff Kober and Concetta Tomei, in an episode with Scott Lawrence), L.A. Law (with Corbin Bernsen, Larry Drake, Jennifer Hetrick, and Diana Muldaur), Renegade (starring Leonard Kelly-Young and Branscombe Richmond), Cybill (with Ellen Albertini Dow, Jeff Allin, and Alex Henteloff), ER (in an episode with Hamilton Camp), Pensacola: Wings of Gold (with Stanley Kamel and Kristanna S. Loken), Seven Days (with Simon Billig, Norman Lloyd, and Craig Wasson), and NYPD Blue (starring Gordon Clapp, with Stanley Kamel). His film credits include 1991's He Said, She Said (co-starring Leon Russom), 1993's Suture (co-starring David Graf), 1995's Sleepstalker (with William Lucking), and 2001's All Over the Guy (with Andrea Martin). He also produced, co-wrote and starred in the 2003 drama The Technical Writer.
  • thumb|Michael Harris alsBotschafter Byleth Michael Harris (* als Michael Knight Harris) ist ein Autor, Produzent und Schauspieler. Er spielte Botschafter Byleth in der [[]]-Episode .
  • Michael Charles Anton Harris, better known as Michael Harris (Floral, Delvar, 4th July, 3495) is a Rutanian politician. He's the first son of David Lee Harris, the main founder of his political party.
  • Michael Andrew Harris (born December 4, 1981)is an American Professional Wrestler better known as Michael Harris and is one of the most successful superstars of his generation. He is currently working for WWER which is owned by Trish Stratus, and he also works for WGEF which is owned by Kaylee Adams and a few others. Harris has done a lot in his career from being a World Heavyweight Champion to being Undefeated. Despite he plays a Heel Character, He is a great person over all.
  • Michael Harris is a resident of Los Angeles, and an employee of Hollywood Wax & Shine. In the late 90's he lived in an apartment on Beverly Blvd. near the CBS studios. He had a prior record for burglary and assault for which he did time in Corcoran state prison. In June of 1998, Harris was arrested for the abduction of Stacey Kincaid after his fingerprints were found on a schoolbook in Kincaid's bedroom. He was interrogated for three days by Robbery-Homicide detectives, including Frankie Sheehan, by the end of which Sheehan had pulled a plastic bag over Harris' head and another detective had punctured Harris's eardrum with a Black Warrior No. 2 pencil in order to force him to confess. By the third day, Kincaid's body was discovered by two homeless men in a lot two blocks from Harris's apartment, and Harris was taken to trial. Harris was represented by criminal defense attorney John Penny, who successfully raised reasonable doubt in the case by arguing that the fingerprints found in Kincaid's bedroom had been planted by detectives. In addition, Penny's questioning of the victim's step-father elicited a racist response which turned opinion in Harris' favor. Harris was found not-guilty, and proceeded to employ civil rights attorney Howard Elias to sue the LAPD for $10 million for police brutality. After Elias's murder in April of 1999, Harris was interviewed by LAPD detective Harry Bosch and Inspector General Carla Entrenkin. Harris was later exonerated by Bosch for Kincaid's murder when Bosch retraced Elias' private investigation by Jenkins Pelfry and discovered that Stacey had been murdered by her stepfather. A key piece of evidence was the discovery that Stacy's mother had taken her car to Hollywood Wax & Shine, and Stacy's books had been in the car, explaining Harris' fingerprints.
  • Michael Kwame Harris is one of the main protagonists in The Quest for Beasts, the two movies Rise of Babylon and Hunt for the Lost Eden, as well as the live-action movie, as well as the numerous video game spinoffs. He is voiced by Phil LaMarr throughout the series, video games and two movies; in Rise of Babylon, his singing voice is provided by R&B artist Usher. In the live-action movie, he is portrayed by Leon Thomas III, and he also makes appearances in The Quest for Beasts: A New Generation, in which he is voiced by Kevin Michael Richardson. His voice when he is young is provided by Cree Summer.
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