Michael Borrelli is a celebrated stage and screen actor based in the New York area. He has appeared in 19 productions at the Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival in roles ranging from the fatuous Cloten in "Cymbeline" to love-struck Orsino in "Twelfth Night," which aired as a televised event on PBS.
While continuing his theater work, Michael has also worked in both film and television. In addition to a recurring role on "As the World Turns," Michael has guest starred on the CBS drama “Blue Bloods.” In 2011, Michael was featured alongside Jenn Harris, Kate Gerston, Jeff Hiller and Richard Kind in the pilot "Bad Seed", which won the award for Best Web Series at the NYTV Festival. Additionally, "High Street Plumbing" written by Noah Haidle, starred Michael and won a National Board of Review Film Award for Comedy. He is currently filming upcoming independent feature films Eleanor and Barrio Boy.
Michael holds a BFA in Dramatic Arts from The College of Santa Fe, studied with Larry Moss at his studio in Los Angeles, and is a member of The New World Shakespeare Lab.