Fredric Michaels' acting career started in 1996 when he became a member of The American Theatre of Harlem (ATH). Since then Michaels has worked as actor, stage manager and technician on such productions as A Street Car Named Desire, The Colored Museum, Mothers and Daughters, Bus Stop, Work Day, The Keeper, more recently Eulogy For The Blackman (which was in the Glory of Sugar Hill festival) and featured in Tru-Love a web series. Michaels is also a member of The Uptown Playwrights Workshop and the Frank Silvera's Writers Workshop where he is a director and actor. Michaels' directorial debut came with the production of "Green Honey Love" and “Kiss of Guilt”. He is now exploring another level of the arts by writing, producing, directing and editing his own short films. Michaels' first finished short is titled "Tae Em a love story" with “Audition” and “The Line” to soon follow.
Michaels spends his spare time working on computers, websites,
sound designs, photography, roller skating, roller blades, biking,
chess, checkers, swimming, puzzles.