Today's Birthdays

one click shows all of today's celebrity birthdays

Browse All Birthdays

43,625    Actors
27,931    Actresses
4,867    Composers
7,058    Directors
842    Footballers
221    Racing drivers
925    Singers
9,111    Writers

Get FamousLikeMe on your website
One line of code gets FamousLikeMe on your website. Find out more.

Subscribe to Daily updates

Add to Google

privacy policy

Famous Like Me > Actor > M > Michael McMillian

Profile of Michael McMillian on Famous Like Me

Name: Michael McMillian  
Also Know As:
Date of Birth: 21st October 1978
Place of Birth: Olathe, Kansas, USA
Profession: Actor
From Wikipedia, the free Encyclopedia

Michael McMillian (born October 21, 1978 in Olathe, Kansas) is an American actor, probably best known for his role as Henry Gibson in the first and second seasons of the WB sitcom What I Like About You, also writing an episode for the third season and guest-starring in another. He also garnered attention for his starring role in the independent film Dorian Blues, where he played a young man struggling with his family's reaction to his coming out. McMillian has acted in multiple other films and television shows and has contributed voice work to a number of video games.



  • Out of Courage 2: Out for Vengeance (1999) as Kelly O'Rourke
  • Dorian Blues (2004) as Dorian Lagatos
  • Dimples (2005) as Henry


  • Sliders as Rapper #2 (1995, guest)
  • 8 Simple Rules as Guy (2002, guest)
  • Firefly as Younger Hopeful (2002, guest)
  • What I Like About You as Henry Gibson (2003-2004, regular; 2005, guest)
  • Miracles as Kevin Kettridge (2003, guest)
  • Veronica Mars as Pete (2005, guest)

Video Games

  • Men of Valor (2004) as Hess
  • Fight Club (2004) as Angel Face Ricky
  • SWAT 4 (2005) as Male Hostage 1/Phone Caller 1


  • McMillian played Greg in the original pilot episode of Luis, but gave up the series in favor of making his then-recurring What I Like About You character a regular.

This content from Wikipedia is licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License. It uses material from the Wikipedia article Michael McMillian