Michael Rowe (actor)
Rowe in 2015
|Residence||Vancouver, British Columbia|
|Occupation||Actor, Musician, Producer|
Michael Rowe came from a family of musicians. After seeing his father perform in a band, he took up drumming at the age of 6. In 1996, he began his career as part of a punk/metal band called Bucket Truck for ten years. After splitting up, Rowe and his brother, Andrew, decided to enter filmmaking. Rowe admitted that he had difficulty getting his name signed due to it sounding similar to Dirty Jobs host Mike Rowe. Despite having only acted for roughly five years, Rowe was immediately cast as the DC Comics character Deadshot in the television series Arrow.
After playing Deadshot for four years, he left the series, though Rowe has expressed interest in returning. He was cast as the Valiant Comics character Ninjak. Rowe will star in Crown and Anchor, a movie he co-wrote with Andrew.
|2012||Sleepy Stories||David||Short; Producer|
|The Business of Acting||Mark||Short|
|2012-2016||Arrow||Floyd Lawton / Deadshot||9 episodes|
|2014||Godzilla||Air Force #1||Uncredited|
|Vehicular Romanticide||Her Man||Short|
|2016||The Flash||Floyd Lawton||Episode: "Welcome to Earth-2"|
|2017||Suck It Up||Dale|
|2018||Ninjak vs. the Valiant Universe||Colin King / Ninjak||Main; web series|
|Crown and Anchor||James Downey||Producer; Writer|
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