Michael DeLuise
American actor and director
Michael DeLuise
Michael Robert DeLuise is an American actor, film director, and film producer.
Biography
Michael DeLuise's personal information overview.
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PRPLI Honors Steve Haweeli of WordHampton Public Relations with The 2012 Jack Rettaliata Lifetime Achievement Award
East Hampton Patch - almost 5 years
Steve Haweeli, founder and president of WordHampton Public Relations Inc., one of Long Island’s most successful and recognizable agency principals, will be honored at the 22nd Annual Public Relations Professionals of Long Island Awards Gala as the 2012 recipient of the Jack Rettaliata Lifetime Achievement Award.  The event will take place at The Chateau Caterers in Carle Place on Tuesday, May 8 at 6 p.m. Presented by The Public Relations Professionals of Long Island, this distinct honor is presented to Haweeli as an industry leader who has helped shape the public relations landscape on Long Island. “I am indebted to PRPLI for this award; it's always very special to be recognized by one's peers,” Haweeli says of this recent achievement.  The award is named in honor of former vice president of Grumman, Jack Rettaliata.  Past winners include Patrick Calabria, Lyn Dobrin, Reginald Tuggle, Hilary Hartung, Ed Grilli, Beverly Boyarsky, Dr. Adrienne O’Brien, Gary Lewi, Bert Cunningham, M ...
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Today in History - Anchorage Daily News
Google News - over 5 years
Actor Michael DeLuise is 42. Actor Ron Lester is 41. Race car driver Jeff Gordon is 40. Rapper-actress Yo-Yo is 40. Country singer Jon Nicholson is 38. Rhythm-and-blues singer-actor Marques (MAR'-kus) Houston is 30. Actors Dylan and Cole Sprouse are 19
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Johnny Depp To Make Cameo In 21 Jump Street Movie - Comic Book Resources
Google News - almost 6 years
The series featured a cast that included Holly Robinson, Dustin Nguyen, Peter DeLuise and Michael DeLuise, but Depp and Richard Grieco emerged as the breakout stars. Rewritten by Jonah Hill from a draft by Josh Applebaum and Michael Bacall,
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WHAT'S ON TONIGHT
NYTimes - almost 11 years
10:30 P.M. (MTV) TIARA GIRLS -- You know those beauty pageant contestants who manage to answer any interview question with a pledge to work for world peace? Some of them actually have help with those answers. This new reality series focuses on young women (like Megan, above, hellbent on becoming Miss Iowa) who devote much of their lives to the
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L.I. @ WORK
NYTimes - over 12 years
Visitors Bureau Appoints New Executive Director The Long Island Convention & Visitors Bureau has named R. Moke McGowan as its executive director, replacing Michael Hollander, who resigned in May. An audit, released last month by the Suffolk County comptroller, questioned expenses Mr. Hollander charged to the bureau. Mr. McGowan, a native of Hawaii
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L.I.@WORK; A New Chapter for the Island's Tourism Bureau
NYTimes - over 12 years
AS he prepares to step down next month after six and a half years at the helm of the Long Island Convention & Visitors Bureau, Michael V. Hollander leaves a tourism industry that is thriving as never before and at the same time is more fractionalized than it has been in a generation. Nationally, many travel businesses have never fully recovered
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L.I.@WORK; Two Groups Chart the Island's Economic Future
NYTimes - over 13 years
TWO organizations that between them represent most of Long Island's leading business executives, academics and scientists have released separate reports that seek to shape regional economic growth well into the first quarter of the century, positioning Long Island to benefit from increasing government spending on defense and security. The
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L.I.@WORK
NYTimes - over 13 years
Hofstra's Chief Spokesman, Michael DeLuise, Resigns Hofstra University's longtime vice president for university relations, Michael B. DeLuise, will leave his post Sept. 15. ''I am at the point in my life where I really want to be someplace where I can really create and move an organization forward,'' he said Wednesday. ''I am excited about
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L.I. @ WORK; The Shrinking Ad Business
NYTimes - over 13 years
STROLLING the aisles and shaking hands at the annual Best of Long Island advertising awards dinner last month in Woodbury, Ernest G. Canadeo found himself gazing at some faces he didn't recognize. Mr. Canadeo, who has been an advertising agency owner in Hicksville for 18 years, was the president of the awards' sponsor, the Long Island Advertising
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L.I.@WORK; Debate on Ephedra, Herbal Stimulant, Hits Home
NYTimes - over 14 years
LAST summer, Korey Stringer, the Minnesota Vikings' 335-pound offensive tackle, died of heatstroke during training camp. Team officials said they discovered an empty bottle of Ripped Fuel, a dietary supplement manufactured by the Hauppauge-based Twinlab Corporation, in his locker. His death brought renewed impetus to a widespread campaign, nearly a
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TELEVISION REVIEW; What, Son? He's Got A Picture of Bette Midler?
NYTimes - almost 16 years
Let's get the obligatory condemnations out of the way right off the bat: ''Some of My Best Friends,'' a sitcom that arrives tonight on CBS, is shameless in its use of hoary stereotypes. It brazenly reduces gay people, Italian people, Asian people and aging married people to caricatures in the interests of good ratings and corporate profits. It's
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LONG ISLAND JOURNAL; New Hofstra Arena Gets Nod Over Coliseum
NYTimes - almost 17 years
LAST Saturday, Laurel Schaiken, 52, of Greenvale sat at the top of the soldout grandstand at the new Hofstra Arena, watching the university's Dutchmen dribble and shoot past the Delaware Blue Hens in the America East Tournament championship basketball game, clinching an N.C.A.A. tournament spot. The noise was deafening. ''It was very loud for the
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Angry Press Debate at Hofstra Over Ad Doubting Holocaust
NYTimes - over 17 years
A 27-page advertisement that casts doubt on the Holocaust's existence has led to angry debate at Hofstra University, where editors of the student newspaper were confronted at a crowded forum today by angered students, faculty members and leaders of campus Jewish organizations. The ad, which is titled ''The Revisionist: A Journal of Independent
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Michael DeLuise
    TWENTIES
  • 1994
    Age 24
    He also starred with his brother Peter on SeaQuest DSV where he played Tony Piccolo from 1994 to 1996.
    More Details Hide Details Aside being part of the iconic set of headbangers in the "Bohemian Rhapsody" scene in Wayne's World and as the school bully and primary villain Matt in Encino Man. He has made recurring appearances as TJ on Gilmore Girls, and made guest appearances on CSI: NY, Lost, and Stargate SG-1.
  • 1990
    Age 20
    In 1990 he landed his first major role with the Fox hit series 21 Jump Street.
    More Details Hide Details He played Officer Joey Penhall, the younger brother of Peter DeLuise's Officer Doug Penhall.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1979
    Age 9
    DeLuise made his film debut in 1979 opposite his father in the 1979 comedy Hot Stuff.
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  • 1969
    Born
    Born on August 4, 1969.
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