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igor1463 days ago

Michael Emerson.His best role in the series Person of Interest.Growth of the actor makes 173 cm. He knows Spanish a little, is fond of direction and drawing. Michael is Shakespeare's admirer, having all compositions of the genius in a collection. The actor doesn't smoke, doesn't play sports and doesn't play musical instruments. At detailed studying of appearance of Emerson it is possible to find small scars in lips. As the actor declares, he has received them in the childhood. Hooligan adventures became the reason for that. Emerson very much loves pets. Now his favourite is the dog though the first pet – a parrot.

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Aravi1464 days ago

Hi @ZubZro

It is Michael Emerson is an American film and television character actor who is best known for his roles as serial killer William Hinks on The Practice, Benjamin Linus on Lost, Zep Hindle in the first Saw.


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Abhinav007891464 days ago

Michael Emerson

American film & television character actor best known for his roles as serial killer. worked on The Practice, Lost, The first Saw.

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RainyDay1463 days ago

He plays in the tv show Persons Of Interest.

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ZubZro1463 days ago

You all got it right but more detail given by Igor

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gazsi51463 days ago

A célszemély, Herold Finch



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Michke1455 days ago

Man in Black?

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BluePandaKitty1453 days ago

Michael Emerson (born September 7, 1954) is an American film and TV actor who is best known for his roles as serial killer William Hinks on The Practice, Benjamin Linus on Lost, Zep Hindle in the first Saw movie, and Harold Finch on the CBS show Person of Interest. Emerson also worked extensively in theater and narration. He has won two Primetime Emmy Awards and he's been nominated for three more, as well as getting other awards and nominations. Emerson is married to actress Carrie Preston, who also plays his fiancee, Grace Hendricks, in Person of Interest.Emerson met Carrie Preston, while he was performing in a stage production of Hamlet in Alabama. They married in September 1998, and both starred in the movie Straight-Jacket (2004).Emerson was born in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, to Carol (née Hansen) and Ronald H. Emerson. He grew up in Toledo, Iowa, where he attended South Tama County High School. In 1976, after graduating from Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa, where he studied theater and art, Emerson went to the University of Alabama seeking a Master of Fine Arts. After a semester at the National Theater Institute at The Eugene O'Neill Theater Center, he moved to New York City. Unable to find acting work, he took retail jobs and worked as a freelance illustrator.In 1986, he moved to Jacksonville, Florida, and from 1986–'93 he appeared in local productions at Theater Jacksonville and The Players by the Sea and worked as a director and teacher at Flagler College. Emerson decided to further his studies with a Master of Fine Arts which might have helped to introduce him to theatre professionals and directors in his chosen trade. In 1993, he enrolled in the Alabama Shakespeare Festival's University of Alabama-sponsored Master of Fine Arts/Professional Actor Training program. After graduating in 1995, he returned to New York where he appeared in the annual Alabama Shakespeare Festival showcase. Emerson got a starring role in 1997 as Oscar Wilde in Moises Kaufman's critically acclaimed off-Broadway play Gross Indecency: The Three Trials of Oscar Wilde, and followed up with several other stage performances. In 1998, he performed opposite Uma Thurman in an off-Broadway production of Le Misanthrope. In 1999, he played the role of Willie Oban in The Iceman Cometh. He co-starred with Kate Burton in both Give Me Your Answer, Do! and Hedda Gabler. In September 2001, Emerson won an Emmy Award as "Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series", for playing serial killer William Hinks in several episodes of The Practice. In 2006, Emerson began a guest-star role as Benjamin Linus on the serial drama television series Lost. Emerson was originally set to appear in a small number of episodes, then when he returned for Season 3 he was a main cast member and eventually became a main villain of the show. He got an Emmy Award nomination in the "Outstanding Supporting Actor" category in 2007 and 2008 for his work in the third and fourth seasons, respectively. He finally won the award in 2009 after being nominated for his role in the fifth season. Emerson was nominated in 2009 for a Golden Globe in the "Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role" category. He was nominated for an Emmy for each season he was a part of the main cast.
On Lost, Preston portrayed Emily Linus, Ben Linus' mother, in the flashback sequences of the episode "The Man Behind the Curtain". The two teamed up again, with Emerson portraying Preston's gay next-door neighbor, in the film Ready? OK! (2008). Most recently, Preston appeared in several episodes of Person of Interest as Grace Hendricks, the ex-fiancée of Emerson's character, Harold Finch.
On July 31, 2010, Emerson and Preston read A.R. Gurney's Love Letters, which was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize for Drama, at the Charleston Stage. They performed it as a fundraiser for the Stage, a South Carolina theatre. The reading was followed by a short and intimate Question and Answer session. Emerson was set to reunite with former Lost cast member and friend Terry O'Quinn, in a comedy-drama tentatively titled Odd Jobs, by J.J. Abrams. It was expected to start filming by the end of 2010, but further development of the show has been put off for now. Emerson joined the cast of another Abrams series, Person of Interest, that debuted in September 2011 on CBS. He played a billionaire who teams up with a supposedly dead CIA agent to fight crime in New York City. He is also a long-time supporter of the charities connected to the theatre community, including the Actors Fund, Broadway Cares, and Off-Off Broadway, Plus he also publicly supported radio stations and Habitat for Humanity.

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BluePandaKitty1453 days ago

this is a list of all the movies and tv shows and the character micheal emerson played as

1997 The Journey played as Michael

1998 The Impostors played as Burtom's Assistant

1998 Playing by Heart played as Bosco

1999 I'll Take You There played as Tom

1999 For Love of the Game played as Gallery Doorman

2002 The Laramie Project played as Reverend

2002 Unfaithful played as Josh

2004 Saw played as Zep Hindle

2004 Straight-Jacket played as Victor

2005 Saw II played as Zep Hindle

2005 29th and Gay played as Gorilla

2005 The Legend of Zorro played as Harrigan

2006 Saw III played as Zep Hindle

2006 Jumping Off Bridges played as Frank Nelson

2008 Ready? OK! played as Charlie New

2010 Saw 3D played as Zep Hindle

2010 Goldstar, Ohio played as Steve Harper

2012 Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 1 The Joker (voice) Straight-to-Video

2013 Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 2 Straight-to-Video

Year Title Role Notes

1990 Orpheus Descending Clown Television movie

1998 Grace & Glorie Arnold Dudley Television movie

1999 Stark Raving Mad Mr. Putnam Episode: "The Psychic"

2000 The District Man in Bar Episode: "Pilot"

2000–2001 The Practice William Hinks 6 episodes

Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series

2001 The Education of Max Bickford Unknown Episode: "Herding Carts"

2001 Sounds from a Town I Love Unknown Television movie

2002 Law & Order: Criminal Intent Gerry Rankin Episode: "Phantom"

2002 The X-Files Oliver Martin Episode: "Sunshine Days"

2003 Without a Trace Stuart Wesmar Episode: "Victory for Humanity"

2003 Skin Scarpelli Episode: "Secrets & Lies"

2003 Whoopi F. Thomas Erickson Episode: "The Fat and the Frivolous"

2004 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Allan Shaye Episode: "Ritual"
2005 The Inside Marty Manning Episode: "Pre-Filer"
2006–2010 Lost Ben Linus Main role, 79 episodes

Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series

Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actor on Television

Nominated—Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor – Series, Miniseries or Television Film

Nominated—Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series (2007–08, 2010)

Nominated—Satellite Award for Best Supporting Actor – Series, Miniseries or Television Film (2006–07)

Nominated—Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actor on Television (2007, 2009–11)

Nominated—Teen Choice Award for Choice TV Villain

2007 Lost: Missing Pieces Ben Linus 2 episodes

2010 Front Line John Winthrop Episode: "God In America"

2011 Parenthood Andy Fitzgerald Episode: "Amazing Andy and His Wonderful World of Bugs"

2011 G.I. Joe: Renegades Doctor Venom Episode: "The Anaconda Strain"

2011 Generator Rex Alpha Nanite Episode: "Ben 10/Generator Rex Heroes United"

2011–2016 Person of Interest Harold Finch 103 episodes

2014 The Mystery of Matter: Search for the Elements Narrator 3 episodes

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agbrykin1374 days ago

Michael Emerson won an Emmy Award and earned a Golden Globe nomination for his nuanced performance as Benjamin Linus in the critically acclaimed series, "Lost," proving that being a bad guy can pay off.

More recently, Emerson guest starred on "Parenthood" to great acclaim, playing Amazing Andy, a smart-yet-socially-awkward autistic man hired to entertain at a children's party.

Raised in a small farming community in Iowa, Emerson fell in love with theater while watching a high school production of "Arsenic and Old Lace." His first public success was in the role of a Swedish lumberjack at the state Speech and Debate competition (Humorous Declamation division). He attended Drake University on a scholarship where he majored in Theater. Emerson's slight frame and piercing voice allowed him to specialize in playing old men and eccentrics.

After graduation, Emerson moved from Des Moines to New York, where he struggled to find the path to a professional acting career. Desperate to find some creative line of work, he took classes and began work as a magazine illustrator – a craft he pursued for many years with work published in The Boston Globe and The New York Times. Eventually, his dream of acting could be deferred no longer, and he auditioned for a production of "Othello" in Jacksonville, Fla. Emerson spent the next five years doing plays in various Southern capitals, supplementing his income with work as a landscaper, carpenter, teacher and director.

Eventually, he enrolled in the MFA program at the Alabama Shakespeare Festival in Montgomery. There, while doing a production of "Hamlet," he met Carrie Preston, his future wife. Preston lived in New York, and he once again found himself heading to the "Big Apple." After a slow start, Emerson got his break as the lead in Moises Kaufman's "Gross Indecency," which was acclaimed on both coasts. His portrayal of Oscar Wilde caught the attention of casting directors and he has since appeared in numerous projects for both stage and screen. Emerson made his Broadway debut in 1999 in "The Iceman Cometh," and went on to appear in "Hedda Gabler," opposite Kate Burton. Since then, he's appeared in a number of Off-Broadway and regional stages.

Emerson made his television debut playing serial-killer William Hinks on "The Practice," winning the 2001 Emmy Award for Best Guest Performance in a Dramatic Series. His other television credits include guest appearances on "Without a Trace," on the Network, "Law & Order," "The X-Files" and a role in the acclaimed cable film "The Laramie Project."

On the big screen, Emerson is most often recognized for his roles in "Saw," "The Legend of Zorro," "The Imposters" and "Straight Jacket." In 2008, he received critical acclaim for his role in "READY? OK!," a story of a gay teen's struggle for acceptance by his family and community.

Emerson is keen on Shakespeare and classical theater, drawing and ghost stories. He supports Off-Broadway theater and theater community charities (Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS and Gay Men's Health Crisis), as well as publicly-supported radio stations. Emerson and his wife Carrie Preston live in New York City. Emerson's birth date is Sept. 7.

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