Born in California, of Irish heritage, Michael Easton attended prep school in Ireland and England before taking up English and history at the University of California. He also studied film at New York University.
Michael's many talents include being the writer/producer/director/editor of the award winning festival film "Daedalus is Dead," various screenplays including a bio-pic, "Monty," about the late actor Montgomery Clift, guest appearances on "Ally McBeal," "413 Hope Street" and "Diagnosis Murder," to name a few. He is also a published poet. "Eighteen Straight Whiskeys," a collection of poetry taken from his heart, was released in October 1997.
Michael enjoys acting, directing, writing, martial arts, gymnastics, and motorcycles, to which he often does his own stunts. Michael lives in Los Angeles and is currently working on his first novel.
General Hospital - Dr. Silas Clay (May 2013 - present)
General Hospital - John McBain (March 13, 2012 - March 2013)
One Life to Live - John McBain (October 2003 - January 13, 2012)
Port Charles - Michael/Caleb Morley (2001 - 2003)
The Last Day of Atlantis - Michot (2002)
The Art of Dying - Bobby (1991)
Days of Our Lives - Tanner Scofield (1991-1992)
Awards & Acclaim
Daytime Emmy Awards Pre-Nomination - Outstanding Lead Actor (2008)
Daytime Emmy Awards Pre-Nomination - Outstanding Lead Actor (2003 and 2004 for Port Charles; 2006, 2007, and 2008 for One Life to Live)
People Magazine's "50 Most Beautiful People" (1992)