Happy Birthday, Mike! We, Sarah and Aaron, would like to wish you an incredible day alongside your friends and family. May God keep working through you for His purpose and that He gives you opportunities to continue to do great things.
Your character, worth ethic and values says a lot about you and we admire you for your humbleness. Thank you for years of films that we’ve enjoyed watching you in and for bringing friendships together. Enjoy your day to the fullest and here’s to more years to come!
Ryan released Part 2 of “Lost And Found” on his Vimeo page today (We’re assuming that Amazon still doesn’t work the way it should), and we have added it down below for you all to check out. Enjoy!
The 1 Part of Mike and Ryan’s new Short, called “Lost And Found”, got released on Amazon Instant Video today (Part 2 will be released this Sunday). Don’t miss the opportunity to watch it by clicking here.
Update: Unfortunately, they ran into some technical issues with the Short on Amazon, so while they are solving the problem, Ryan released the 1 Part (The Hunter) on his Vimeo page as well. You don’t wanna miss out on this Short. Press the Play button, now.
The Short Film that Mike and Ryan has been working on is now fully wrapped, and will soon be released as a Amazon Instant Video. More details are yet to come and we’re excited to keep you all posted.
Mike attended the Actor-Com in Nashville, TN yesterday and spoke at the Working Actors Panel alongside Ed Amatrudo, John Diehl, Lacy Hartselle and LaQuita James. We have gathered some of the pictures from the event and added them to the gallery, check them out below.
Public Appearances → Actor-Com – Day 2 (2016.06.26)
Ryan went on Instagram and shared a collage with Sceen Captures from the upcoming short film that he and Mike has been working on since a while back. This is very exciting news, and we can’t wait to share all the details with you all!
The gallery is now updated with pictures from Monday night’s Artistic Hall of Fame event at William Tennent High School! Mike-Vogel.com would like to thank s Michelle and Steve over at the Centennial School District for taking their time and sending us their pictures! Thank you very much! Michelle also wrote us a Background Information about the event, so go ahead and read it down below.
In the first picture to the left is the Principal Dr. Dennis Best. The woman next to Mike is Dr. Jennifer Polinchock, Assistant Superintendent. The man to the right is the Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Dave Baugh. In the middle picture is Mike with Mr. Craig Shapiro. Craig. He is William Tennent High School’s Physical Education and Heath Teacher and he had the honor of introducing Mike.
Centennial School District Artistic Hall of Fame was held on Monday, May 2, 2016 at the William Tennent High School-located at 333 Centennial Road in Warminster Pennsylvania. There was a reception hour at 4:00pm and an Induction Ceremony at 5:00pm. This is the 1st annual Artistic Hall of Fame for our district and we were honored to have Mike Vogel attend. All of the pictures are courtesy of Wendy Collins, teacher at William Tennent High School.
Public Appearances → Centennial School District – Artistic Hall of Fame (2016.05.02)
Mike is one of the inductees to attend the Centennial School District Artistic Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony at William Tennent High School tomorrow (May 2th) at the second floor Atrium. Tickets cost $15 in advance or at the door. You may also purchase by phone (215) 441-6181, extension 12503 or e-mail email@example.com.
The ticket price includes hors d’oeuvres at 4:00PM, followed by the induction ceremony at 5:00PM. At 6:55PM will be the Recognition of the Inductees prior to the beginning of Orchestra Night at the Fine Arts Festival.
These are the 2016 inductees to the Centennial School District Artistic Hall Of Fame…
Dr. Lucy Carroll: (Teacher, Lifetime Achievement)
Mr. Lou Kosma: Class of 1965 (Music Educator/Conductor)
Mr. Mike Kuyper: Class of 1986 (Artist)
Mr. Gary Scott: Class of 1965 (Music Educator)
Ms. Julie Schubert: Class of 1998 (Casting Agent)
Mr. Mike Vogel: Class of 1998 (Actor)
Mr. Tom Young: Class of 1972 (Mix Engineer)
Kate Upton, Mike Vogel and Christine Woods have joined coming-of-age indie comedy “Wild Man”. The movie stars Ted Welch (“The Help”) and George Dalton (“Wet Hot American Summer”) as unlikely friends who meet when Bo (Welch) serves house arrest across the street from Elliott (Dalton).
Kate Upton will play Bo’s bohemian girlfriend, with Mike Vogel playing a suburban boat salesman — and Bo’s nemesis. Christine Woods plays the female lead, a single mom and Bo’s former classmate.
“Wild Man” is produced by Jacquie Phillips and Sarena Khan with Brian Adler and co-executive produced by Christopher Barkley and Nicholas Buggs of Bonsai Creative Enterprises. Ted Welch co-wrote the screenplay with Stefanie Black, who serves as co-director with Phillips and has a supporting role in the film. She is repped by Authentic Talent and Literary.
We have excellent news to share with you all! Ryan posted on Instagram, a short film tease from the secret project that he and Mike currently are working on. Roll the awesome teaser down below and take a look! Mike looks terrific in it!