Anthony Michael Hall stars in MTV's comedy "Awkward" as Mr. Hart, a sadistic creative writing teacher who pushes students out of their comfort zones.

Anthony Michael Hall is one child star who crossed over. In the 80's, Hall was well loved for his starring turns as the geek in classics like "The Breakfast Club," "Sixteen Candles" and "Weird Science."

His characters have been varied over the years: Gay and living on the street in the critically-acclaimed "Six Degrees of Separation"; brilliant Microsoft mogul Bill Gates in the Emmy-nominated TNT original movie "The Pirates of Silicon Valley," with Noah Wyle playing rival Steve Jobs; an abusive bully in "Edward Scissorhands"; as well as a host of crazy characters during his two-year stint on "Saturday Night Live" where he was, and remains, the youngest cast member in the show's history.

Hall was more recently seen in the USA Network original movie "Hitched" with Sheryl Lee and starred in HBO's highly acclaimed "61*," directed by Billy Crystal, in which Hall plays legendary lefty pitcher Whitey Ford opposite Barry Pepper and Thomas Jane. Hall was also seen in Universal's "Caveman's Valentine," opposite Samuel L. Jackson, "Freddy Got Fingered," starring Tom Green, VH1's "Hysteria: The Def Lepard Story," "All About the Benjamins," starring Ice Cube and Mike Epps, and "The Dark Knight," starring Christian Bale and Heath Ledger.

Anthony Michael Hall served as co-producer and starred as Johnny Smith in the USA Network original series "The Dead Zone" for its entire six-season run from 2002–2007. He more recently played a recurring role in Syfy's "Warehouse 13" and was seen in episodes of "Community," "No Ordinary Family" and "CSI: Miami."

Hall is also committed to his other passion — music — and released his first album on RAM Records with his band Hall of Mirrors. One of his songs is featured on the soundtrack for "Freddy Got Fingered."

Hall currently resides in Los Angeles.

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Age: 49 years old
Birthday: April 14, 1968
Height: 6' 2"
Full Name / Real Name: Michael Anthony Thomas Charles Hall
Birthplace: West Roxbury, MA
Current Residence: Los Angeles, CA

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