Michael Biehn

Michael Biehn

actor, producer, director

Michael Biehn was born on Jul 31, 1956 in USA. Michael Biehn's big-screen debut came with Coach directed by Bud Townsend in 1978, strarring Jack Ripley. Michael Biehn is known for Dark Blue directed by Danny Cannon, Dylan McDermott stars as Lt. Carter Shaw and Omari Hardwick as Ty Curtis. Michael Biehn has got 3 awards and 3 nominations so far. The most recent award Michael Biehn achieved is Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA. The upcoming new movie Michael Biehn plays is Red Handed which will be released on Dec 03, 2019.

Michael Connell Biehn was born on July 31, 1956 in Anniston, Alabama, to Marcia (Connell) and Don Biehn, a lawyer. He grew up in Lincoln, Nebraska, and at age 14 moved with his family to Lake Havasu, Arizona, where he won a drama scholarship to the University of Arizona. He left prematurely two years later to pursue an acting career in Hollywood. His first big role was as a psychotic fan stalking Lauren Bacall in The Fan (1981) and later appeared in The Lords of Discipline (1983). He hit the big-time when he was cast as Kyle Reese, the man sent back through time to stop Arnold Schwarzenegger in James Cameron's The Terminator (1984). This established a good working relationship with Cameron, a relationship that should have catapulted Biehn to international stardom. He starred in Cameron's subsequent films, Aliens (1986) and The Abyss (1989), the latter a standout performance as unstable Navy SEAL officer Lt. Hiram Coffey. In the 1990s he starred in films like Navy Seals (1990), K2 (1991) and was particularly memorable as Johnny Ringo in Tombstone (1993). Biehn is married and the father of five sons.

  • Birthday

    Jul 31, 1956
  • Place of Birth

    Anniston, Alabama, USA
  • Also known

    Michael Connell Biehn

Known For


3 wins & 3 nominations

Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA
Winner - Life Career Award
Winner - Special Award
Sitges - Catalonian International Film Festival
Winner - Time-Machine Honorary Award

Movies & TV Shows

TV Shows