Michael Muller started his career at a young age at the youth theater Hofplein and also played in various theater productions such as ‘Elisabeth’, ‘Can you tell me the way to Hamelen, sir?’, ’Pietje Bell’ and ‘Urinetown’, which was awarded with the John Kraaijkamp Award for ‘Best Small Production’.
Michael graduated at the Institute for Performing Arts and is an excellent singer & dancer. He decided this wasn’t enough, so he applied for another four years acting training at the Arnhem Theater School. Where he graduated with the plays ‘Romeo & Julia’ by Theatergroup Oostpool and ‘The long aftermath of an unfortunate encounter’ directed by Maria Kraakman.
Besides theater Michael played in the films ‘170 Hz’, ‘GILLES’ and ‘Wentelteefje’. ‘170 Hz’ was awarded a Golden Calf Audience Award for ‘Best Film’.
He also played in the Russian short film ‘What Do You Want From Me?!’ by Vladimir Epivantsef, the triptych ‘Lights’ by Milan Suring, ‘Buiten is het feest’, the online series ‘Bad Influencer’ and the Netflix series ‘Dirty Lines’.
Michael starred in the theater play Kasimir & Karoline, directed by Nina Spijkers from Toneelschuur productions and the theater play ‘Het leven zelf’.