Michael Hogan is known as a Canadian actor. He is most famous for his roles in the Battlestar Galactica series and the Mass Effect video games.
Michael Hogan was born on March 13, 1949, in Kirkland Lake, Canada. He was brought up in North Bay, Ontario, and studied at his local school until he joined the National Theater School of Canada.
Mike met his lover, Susan during their 50s when they started dating. As a married couple with Susan. He and his significant other before long turned into a mainstream TV couple, as the stars of the 1983 Canadian series Vanderberg and the 1986 Canadian-German series The Little Vampire.
Mike was honored with three children. The names of their children are Gabrial Hogan, Jennie Rebecca Hogan, and Charlie Hogan.
Hogan started his entertainment career in 1978 and has been featured in various TV shows, plays, radio dramas, and operas. He got his start in plays at the Shaw Festival. Hogan got his biggest break when featured as Colonel Saul Tigh, Executive Officer of the Battlestar Galactica on the Sci Fi Channel TV program Battlestar Galactica. Hogan likewise featured in the 1985 children's film The Peanut Butter Solution.
Hogan won the Genie Award for Best Supporting Actor, for Solitaire (1991). He had been assigned in that classification the earlier year for Diplomatic Immunity. Hogan was named for the Gemini, for Best Actor in a Dramatic Program or Miniseries, for the 2003 telefilm Betrayed.
Hogan made his film debut in the Peter Fonda trucker picture High-Ballin' (1978). Hogan has likewise featured on the hit Canadian police series Cold Squad as Tony Logozzo. His films include Road to Saddle River, Clearcut, Stella, Cowboys Don't Cry, and The Cutting Edge. He has also been on TV films like Dead Man's Gun, Shadow Lake, Scorn, Shadow Realm, and Nights Below Station Street, for which he got the Manitoba Motion Picture Industry Association's Blizzard Award for Best Leading Actor.
In November 2019, Paramount Pictures released a new trailer for its "Sonic the Hedgehog" film that shows off a colossal update of the character, and there were no doubtful whispers that the fans were at last fulfilled. The first trailer for the film, based on the "Sonic the Hedgehog" games, was released in late April, and immediately was met with callous blowback. Disappointed fans felt the speed of the cheered lively blue hedgehog wasn't satisfactory. Hogan has a supporting role in the film.