Michael Rosenbaum is an American actor, writer, director, and producer with a net worth of two million. Born in 1972 in Oceanside, New York, Michael Rosenbaum earned the theater arts degree of his from Western Kentucky Faculty and relocated to Manhattan to concentrate on acting. Rosenbaum's picture was selected from a lot by an MTV casting agent and he soon began working hard on "The Michael Rosenbaum Project" which was later renamed "The Temp". Although the show never received the green light from MTV, Rosenbaum's acting career did not suffer. He made the film debut of his in 1997's the Angel" and "The Devil and the TV debut of his in 1998's "The Tom Show". A year later, he was cast as Jack Cooper for Jane", Jack, Duncan, and "zoe, and voiced a couple of characters in "Batman Beyond". Rosenbaum landed his best role to date as Lex Luthor in "Smallville" wearing 2001. He starred in more than 150 episodes with the following ten years as a main cast member with the first 7 months. Rosenbaum earned a couple of awards for the performances of his, which includes a Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actor on tv in 2002. He also earned "TV Guide" honors as among the sixty nastiest villains of all time. At exactly the same period, Rosenbaum continued going after voice acting, lending the pipes of his to Wally West/The Flash, Deadshot, and a ghoul on various attacks of "Justice League" between 2001 and 2006. Rosenbaum's various other movie and TV credits are "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia", "Jackie Chan Adventures", "Batman: The Brave and the Bold", "Breaking In", "Bringing Down the House", "Dragonlance: Dragons of Autumn Twilight", "Father of Invention", "Justice League: Run", "Hit, and Doom". Rosenbaum authored and directed the first feature film of his in 2014: "Back in the Day", in which he also stars.
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