Anthony Michael Hall
Birth Name: Anthony Michael Hall
Birth Place: Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Michael Anthony Hall was born April 14, 1968, and spent his early years moving around several times with his jazz singer mother. The pair settled in New York City where Hall, who would later transpose his first and middle name professionally, began performing, acting in commercials. He made his stage debut at age eight, portraying the young Steve Allen in the musician and TV personality's semi-autobiographical play, "The Wake," and appeared onscreen in the ABC movie, "The Gold Bug" (1980), an adaptation of the short story by Edgar Allan Poe. The freckled, wholesome, pre-teen tackled another American literary classic, playing Huck Finn in the CBS TV movie, "Rascals and Robbers: The Secret Adv...
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