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  • Michael Cassidy
  • Michael Cassidy
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  • He played Zach Stevens on the O.C.
  • __NOEDITSECTION__ Michael Cassidy is the villain of Season 3. Like Ballantine, he is very powerful through an organization, and there is something he wants from Kyle. What he does to get it, is much of Season 3.
  • Als Stuntman wirkte er in diversen Episoden von [[]], [[]] und [[]] mit. Cassidy ist der Vater der Stuntman Zane Cassidy, Mickey Cassidy und Mariah Cassidy.
  • Michael Cassidy portrayed Jimmy Olsen in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
  • Michael Cassidy is an American actor who plays Greg McClintock on Castle.
  • Michael Cassidy was born on on March 20, 1983, in Portland, Oregon. In 2001 he graduated from La Salle High School in Milwaukie, Oregon, and in 2003 from The New Actors Workshop in New York City. His first major appearance on TV was playing Zach Stevens, a recurring character of the second season of the television series "The O.C.", in 2004–2005. In 2007, he portrayed the main character Cliff Wiatt in The CW television series "Hidden Palms". In 2016, he played Jimmy Olsen in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
  • Cassidy is the father of stunt performers Zane Cassidy, Mickey Cassidy, and Mariah Cassidy. He made his first experience in 1977, doubling actor Dean Jones in the comedy movie Herbie Goes To Monte Carlo, directed by Vincent McEveety. Since 1979 he has been a member of the Stuntmen's Association of Motion Pictures and since 1981 a member of the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists. Cassidy was also the lead stunt double for actor Michael Keaton on most of his films, including the comedy Mr. Mom (1983), the thriller The Squeeze (1987), the fantasy film Beetle Juice (1988), the crime drama One Good Cop (1991), Tim Burton's superhero sequel Batman Returns (1992), the comedy Speechless (1994), the fantasy comedy Multiplicity (1996, with Harris Yulin and Zach Duhame), the thriller
  • Originally Michael lived in Northern Ireland with his family. However, his mother died when he was young, and after this he moved to America with his aunt. Michael never knew who is father was and was never told his identity, as the family believed him to be dead. Michael lived in North Dakota until he was twelve, and then discovered his abilities one by one after he turned fifteen. He began experimenting with his abilities, learning how to use them and realising the affects they had on him.
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Birthplace
  • Portland, Oregon, U.S.
Appearances
  • "Anatomy of a Murder"
Status
  • Alive
Role
Actor
Name
  • Michael Cassidy
  • Michael Cassidy
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  • Michael Cassidy
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  • 1983-03-20
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  • Mike
Birth Place
  • Portland, Oregon, USA
Title
  • Michael Cassidy
Birthday
  • 1983-03-20
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  • nm0144224
Family
  • Mother- Ida Cassidy Father- Adam Monroe Half Sister- Rhia Petrelli Niece- Jessica Petrelli Half Brother In Law- Peter Petrelli
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  • name/nm1746980/
Gender
  • Male
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  • Unknown
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  • 3
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  • He played Zach Stevens on the O.C.
  • Michael Cassidy was born on on March 20, 1983, in Portland, Oregon. In 2001 he graduated from La Salle High School in Milwaukie, Oregon, and in 2003 from The New Actors Workshop in New York City. His first major appearance on TV was playing Zach Stevens, a recurring character of the second season of the television series "The O.C.", in 2004–2005. In 2007, he portrayed the main character Cliff Wiatt in The CW television series "Hidden Palms". In 2007-2008, he appeared in 7 episodes of Smallville, before he joined the main cast of the CW series "Privileged", portraying Charlie Hogan. Since 2012, he has played Tyler Mitchell on the TBS series "Men at Work". In 2016, he played Jimmy Olsen in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
  • __NOEDITSECTION__ Michael Cassidy is the villain of Season 3. Like Ballantine, he is very powerful through an organization, and there is something he wants from Kyle. What he does to get it, is much of Season 3.
  • Als Stuntman wirkte er in diversen Episoden von [[]], [[]] und [[]] mit. Cassidy ist der Vater der Stuntman Zane Cassidy, Mickey Cassidy und Mariah Cassidy.
  • Cassidy is the father of stunt performers Zane Cassidy, Mickey Cassidy, and Mariah Cassidy. He made his first experience in 1977, doubling actor Dean Jones in the comedy movie Herbie Goes To Monte Carlo, directed by Vincent McEveety. Since 1979 he has been a member of the Stuntmen's Association of Motion Pictures and since 1981 a member of the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists. Cassidy was also the lead stunt double for actor Michael Keaton on most of his films, including the comedy Mr. Mom (1983), the thriller The Squeeze (1987), the fantasy film Beetle Juice (1988), the crime drama One Good Cop (1991), Tim Burton's superhero sequel Batman Returns (1992), the comedy Speechless (1994), the fantasy comedy Multiplicity (1996, with Harris Yulin and Zach Duhame), the thriller Desperate Measures (1998), and the war drama Live From Baghdad (2002). Cassidy performed stunts in the television science fiction film Buck Rogers in the 25th Century (1979, with Tim O'Connor, Felix Silla, Kenny Endoso, Tony Epper, and stunts by Tony Brubaker, Erik Cord, Phil Chong, and Tommy J. Huff), the horror comedy Alligator (1980), the fantasy film The Sword and the Sorcerer (1982), the comedy Zapped! (1982), the science fiction sequel Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi (1983, with Felix Silla and stunts by Julius LeFlore and Lightning Bear), the television fantasy sequel The Ewok Adventure (1984, with Fionnula Flanagan and Darryl Henriques), the fantasy comedy Teen Wolf (1985), Ewoks: The Battle for Endor (1985, with Carel Struycken), Tobe Hooper's horror film Invaders from Mars (1986), Clive Barker's horror film Hellraiser (1987, starring Andrew Robinson), and James Cameron's science fiction thriller The Abyss (1989, with Ken Jenkins, Joe Farago, and stunts by Steve Kelso, Frank Lloyd, Denney Pierce, and Pat Romano). Further stunt performances of Cassidy are in the television series Tales from the Crypt (1990, with John Kassir and stunts by J. Suzanne Rampe), the action thriller Eve of Destruction (1991, with stunts by Tom Morga), Jonathan Demme's Academy Award winning thriller The Silence of the Lambs (1991), the comedy Hexed (1993, with Robin Curtis and stunts by Jennifer Watson-Johnston), the comedy Richie Rich (1994), the thriller Money Train (1995), the horror film The Relic (1997, with Constance Towers and Clayton Rohner), the mystery thriller Arlington Road (1999), Steven Soderbergh's crime comedy Ocean's Eleven (2001), and the comedy Kicking and Screaming (2005, with Musetta Vander, Rachael Harris, and Matt Winston). He also performed stunts in the television series Unfabulous (2005, co-starring Molly Hagan) and served as stunt double for actor Jack Wagner in the daytime soap The Bold and the Beautiful (2003). Cassidy is probably best known for his position as stunt coordinator on several Disney television series, such as All That (2000-2005), Unfabulous (2005), Zoey 101 (2005), Drake & Josh (2004-2006), Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide (2004-2007), and more recently Wizards of Waverly Place (2007-2008). He also served as stunt coordinator on The Bold and the Beautiful between 1992 and 2007. Originally, Cassidy started as stunt coordinator in 1978, on the short drama Strange Fruit. Other projects as stunt coordinator include The Ewok Adventure (1984), the horror film Critters (1986, starring Scott Grimes), the thriller Slam Dance (1987, with Virginia Madsen and Robert Beltran), the comedy Honey, I Shrunk the Kids (1989, with Matt Frewer and Amy O'Neill), the horror sequel A Nightmare on Elm Street: The Dream Child (1989, with Lisa Wilcox, Michael Bailey Smith, and stunts by Vince Deadrick, Jr., Lynn Salvatori, and Cherie Tash), the comedy The Beverly Hillbillies (1993), the science fiction thriller Gattaca (1997), and the superhero comedy Return to the Batcave: The Misadventures of Adam and Burt (2003, with Jason Marsden, Lee Meriwether, Frank Gorshin, Julie Newmar, Brett Rickaby, Jim Jansen, Ray Buktenica, Steve Vinovich, Joel Swetow, Julia Rose, Christopher Darga, Ivar Brogger, Todd Merrill, Steve Blalock, and Scott L. Schwartz).
  • Michael Cassidy portrayed Jimmy Olsen in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
  • Originally Michael lived in Northern Ireland with his family. However, his mother died when he was young, and after this he moved to America with his aunt. Michael never knew who is father was and was never told his identity, as the family believed him to be dead. Michael lived in North Dakota until he was twelve, and then discovered his abilities one by one after he turned fifteen. He began experimenting with his abilities, learning how to use them and realising the affects they had on him. On Michael's seventeenth birthday he discovered his last ability, which enabled him to cause objects to explode with sound waves. He accidentally used this on his aunt's car. He saw the sound waves travel within the car and caused it to combust by squinting his eyes. Since then Michael never truly trusted in his abilities so he left home in case he hurt one of his family members with it. Michael stayed within the state for a few years, learning to adapt to his abilities and began to wear earmuffs to block out the other sounds he can hear. At the age of twenty, Michael was living in Texas when he was discovered by the company. He managed to fight them off using his abilities, as he thought they would kill him. During this battle, Michael was fighting against Elle Bishop and Noah Bennet. Elle was shocked to see that Michael too could use one of his abilities to produce electricity during the attack, which distracted her leading to Michael's escape. When Michael escaped he began to hide from the company and later the government who were pursuing people with abilities. Michael has now joined the New Company, where he works helping people with abilities, training them, giving them advice and also locating evolved humans. When on a few missions Michael has experienced nosebleeds after using his ability too much, which is familiar for evolved humans who use their ability to their limits or try resisting against the abilities of others. This first happened to Michael when trying to use his ability to break open a large vault door. Recently Michael went to find out who his father was, but after doing initial research he found nothing. However, whilst at work, he began looking at files which the company had. He found past documents from Primatech which contained a file about his mother, who too was an evolved human and had the ability of sound absorption. He continued to read on and discovered that his biological father was a Mr. A Munroe. Being curious, Michael went on to try and find out information about this person, but was caught looking at the files by Elle. He then explained to her that he believed this man was his father, and that he believed him to be dead. Elle then told Michael that his father was still alive and explained to him his father's past, as well as revealing that he had a sister and also a niece. After learning that his sister's Company partner, Leo Castern, had used love infatuation on her, Michael tracked the man down and attacked him, breaking his skull. Soon after he'd returned home, Michael was abducted by 2 villainous brothers who'd newly escaped custody. Leo rescued him because of his continuing emotions for Rhia. However, Michael believed that he'd set him up, and went to attack Leo again, being stopped only by Rhia.
  • Michael Cassidy is an American actor who plays Greg McClintock on Castle.
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