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|Born||April 17, 1979|
Los Angeles, California, United States
|Years active||1992 — 1995|
Treanor was discovered by casting agents for 3 Ninjas in his martial arts class. After encouragement from friends and family, he auditioned for and successfully landed the role of eldest brother Rocky.
Michael has had a passion for martial arts since he was a child and trained in both Tae Kwon Do and karate. At the age of twelve he achieved a black belt. By the age of thirteen he achieved second degree black belt and it was around this time he was brought to the attention of the casting director for the first film in the 3 Ninjas quartet. By the age of sixteen Michael had advanced to a third degree black belt.
In 1992, Treanor was awarded the part of Samuel "Rocky" Douglas Jr. after he was advised to audition for the film by the casting director.
Treanor originally appeared in the first installment of the 3 Ninjas series playing the eldest brother of the three. His role was played by another actor in the second film, but he returned for the third film (3 Ninjas Knuckle Up), along with other original cast members such as Chad Power who portrayed Michael "Tum Tum" Douglas in both films.
|1992||3 Ninjas||Samuel "Rocky" Douglas|
|1993||Best of the Best II||Extra||Uncredited|
|1995||3 Ninjas Knuckle Up||Samuel "Rocky" Douglas|
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