Michael Dolan worked on a variety of projects during his entertainment career. In his early acting career, Dolan appeared in such films as "Saints and Sinners" (1949) with Harry Hutchinson, the dramatic adaptation "A Christmas Carol" (1951) with Alastair Sim and the Michael J. Fox drama "Light of Day" (1987). He also appeared in the Matthew Broderick dramatic adaptation "Biloxi Blues" (1988) and the Scott Bakula comedic sports movie "Necessary Roughness" (1991). In the nineties, Dolan devoted his time to various credits, such as "Ida Lupino: Through the Lens" "The Turning" (1997) starring Karen Allen and "History's Lost & Found" (History, 1998-99). He also worked on "Lolita" (1998) starring Jeremy Irons. Dolan continued to exercise his talent in the nineties and the early 2000s, taking on a mix of projects like "The Missouri: A Journey With Stephen Ambrose" (History, 1999-2000), "The True Story of the Fighting Sullivans" (History, 1999-2000) and "Ice Road Truckers" (History, 2000-01). His credits also expanded to "Real M.A.S.H.: The World of Combat Medicine" (2000-01). Dolan most recently directed "Dance with the One" (2011) with Gabriel Luna.