An American actor Michael Drayer is well known for his recurring role as Cisco on the TV drama-thriller series, “Mr. Robot.” He has also taken part in other television series, including The Sopranos, Vinyl, Aquarius, The Following, Timeless, and a lead role in the episode “Bully” of the comedy-drama tv show, “Louie.” In addition to the television series, he also performed in small roles in movies such as August Rush, The Wrestler, and Before I Disappear.
Early Life & Career
Television and film actor Michael Drayer is an American actor, best known for role in USA’s “Mr. Robot," HBO’s 'Vinyl' and CBS’s short-lived sitcom 'Made in Jersey,' grew up in Staten Island, New York with his parents. He belongs to white ethnicity and holds an American nationality.
The 31-years-old Drayer attended high school in his hometown. He had a keen interest in acting when he was his high school, and after completion, he joined acting classes.
In 2004, Drayer appeared in the series “Third Watch.” After that, he played a recurring part as Cisco on the TV drama-thriller series “Mr. Robot," Gabe on the TV drama series “Deception," and for his subsidiary role as Eddie in 'Sneaky Pete.'
Michael also took a role on series like Vinyl, The Following, Aquarius, The Sopranos, Timeless, and a lead role in the episode “Bully” of the comedy-drama TV series “Louie."
He has also acted minor roles in films such as August Rush, The Wrestler, and Before I Disappear. In this year 2017, he landed a role of Max in the film “Sidney Hall."
The handsome and talented Michael Drayer is still unmarried and single. There aren't any news about him having a girlfriend yet. He is a private person, and he never talked about his personal life on social networking sites. We are sure lots of girls are dying to be with him, but as of now, Drayer is more focused on his career right now.
Michael’s Net Worth
The talented and hardworking Michael Drayer has an estimated net worth of thousands of millions of dollars. The majority of his incomes comes from his roles in various TV series and roles in movies.