Michael Coppola

Sergei Dobrea

Michael Coppola, a native New Yorker, is a founding member of the Ruddy Productions Theatre Company, and has been acting professionally for eight years. Michael studied the Meisner Technique under master teachers, Maggie Flanigan and Charlie Sandlan, at the Maggie Flanigan Studio, and attributes them for his craft, artistry, and dedication to acting. Michael's recent NYC theatre credits include: Richard Hannay in "The 39-Steps," for the Broadhollow Theatre Company; Morgan in "Sinners on a Southbound Bus," by Ben Holbrook, as part of the 2015 Ruddy Productions New Works Festival; Austin, in "Come and Take It," by Annie R. Such, which premiered at the 2014 Ruddy Productions New Works Festival, and then went on to win best play at the Nu10 Theatre Festival; Jimmy Provatti, in the play, "Code of Silence," by Van Fisher, which played at the famous St. Clement's Theatre as a bookend piece for the Strawberry Theatre Festival; also, in film, Michael recently played the leading role in Ash Reem's psychological thriller, "No Room." Michael is thankful to be a part of this really interesting project and hopes you all enjoy Forgotten Kingdom: Genesis.

Michael Coppola

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