Born in Defiance, Ohio, and raised in Western Springs, Ill., a suburb of Chicago, Hitchcock attributes many of his offbeat characters to his Midwestern upbringing.
Hitchcock's feature film credits include Christopher Guest's multi-award winning "A Mighty Wind," "Best in Show", and "Waiting For Guffman." Other film credits include "Heartbreakers" opposite Sigourney Weaver and Jennifer Love Hewitt, "And God Spoke" with Andy Dick and the critically acclaimed comedy film "Happy, Texas" with Steve Zahn and Jeremy Northam.
An alumnu of the famed Los Angeles theater group, The Groundlings, Hitchcock plays Dave in "Men of a Certain Age" on TNT and Dalton Rumba on "Glee." He has appeared in several television series including "Entourage," "Desperate Housewives," "Head Case," "Arrested Development," "NYPD Blue" and "Bernie Mac."
As a writer, Hitchcock's credits include such feature films as the lauded independent "Where The Day Takes You", starring Dermot Mulroney and Will Smith and "House Arrest", starring Jamie Lee Curtis and Jennifer Tilley. He has written and produced for "MAD TV" and has written a number of telefeatures, including the Disney Channel's "The Ultimate Christmas Present".
Michael Hitchcock's Scores
- By date
- By user score
|Bridesmaids||May 13, 2011||Don||7.2|
|Serenity||Sep 30, 2005||Dr. Mathias||9.0|
|Pretty Persuasion||Aug 12, 2005||Headmaster Charles Meyer||7.8|
|Heartbreakers||Mar 23, 2001||Dr. Arnold Davis||7.5|
|Best in Show||Sep 27, 2000||Hamilton Swan||7.5|
|Waiting for Guffman||Jan 31, 1997||Steve Stark - Councilman||8.6|