One of the more impressive younger talents in Hollywood, actor Mike Vogel established himself as the lead in several genre films and as a minor player in more mainstream fare prior to earning recognit...
Landed a small part opposite Jennifer Aniston in the romantic comedy "Rumor Has It"
Acted opposite Emma Stone and Jessica Chastain in "The Help"
Co-starred in the romantic comedy "She's Out Of My League"
Cast as a surgeon on the CBS medical drama "Miami Medical"
Cast opposite Jessica Biel in the horror remake "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre"
Cast in the Matt Reeves' monster movie "Cloverfield," produced by J. J. Abrams
Played a scruffy, British slacker in the edgy independent comedy "Caffeine"
Appeared in "Grind," a film about four aspiring skateboarders
Cast opposite Erika Christensen in MTV’s musical version of "Wuthering Heights"
Appeared in the popular chic flick "The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants"
Made TV debut in a recurring role on the hit series "Grounded for Life" (Fox/WB)
Cast as Emmy Rossum's love interest in "Poseidon," a remake of the campy disaster flick "The Poseidon Adventure" (1972)
Landed a regular role on the ABC 1960s-era drama "Pan Am"
Cast opposite Anna Faris in the romantic comedy "What's Your Number?"
One of the more impressive younger talents in Hollywood, actor Mike Vogel established himself as the lead in several genre films and as a minor player in more mainstream fare prior to earning recognition as a talented performer in either starring or supporting roles. Following his debut as a recurring character on the comedy series "Grounded for Life" (Fox, 2001-05), Vogel went on to star in smaller features like "Grind" (2003), "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre" (2003) and "Supercross" (2005). With supporting turns in mass appeal projects like "The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants" (2005), "Rumor Has It" (2006) and "Poseidon" (2006), he began to gain the broad exposure that would take his nascent career to the next level. The payoff came when Vogel was cast as a co-lead in the J. J. Abrams-produced monster movie "Cloverfield" (2008) and scored a prominent role in the sleeper hit film "The Help" (2011). Steadily building an impressive résumé on film and television, Vogel positioned himself for the next career-making opportunity that would springboard him to even greater success.
Married January 2003
Philadelphia College of Bible
William Tennent High School
His official Web site address was http://www.mike-vogel.com.