Dec 4, 2019
Michael Joiner is an American actor, stand-up comedian, and filmmaker. Joiner gained exposure when he starred in Sony's The Grace Card with Oscar winner Louis Gossett, Jr. in 2011. Michael started his comedy career after performing in a talent show at his church in Valparaiso, IN in 1991. This led to performing at churches all across the nation, and later on at comedy clubs, colleges and corporate events. In the early 1990’s, he began working as an actor at the community theater in Valparaiso. In early 2000, Michael moved his family to Hollywood, where he studied with Kevin Spacey’s acting coach, John Swanbeck. He signed with Beverly Hills agent William Kerwin in 2003 and soon began receiving commercial and film roles. For more information visit his website here.