Michael is currently appearing as Grandpa Bill in
"A Dog's Purpose"
directed by Lasse Hallstrom for Amblin Entertainment
Michael recently directed and co-wrote the short film
"Echo Park Blues"
Michael speaking at the 2017 Newport Beach Beach Film Festival
along with actor Eoin Macken (The Night Shift)
Echo Park Blues is an Official Selection of
the NEWPORT BEACH FILM FESTIVAL 2017
the LA SHORTS FEST 2016
the FAYETTEVILLE FILM FESTIVAL 2016
the FRANKFORT FILM FESTIVAL 2016
ST. LAWRENCE INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL 2017
and ROMA CINEMA DOC FESTIVAL 2017
where Michael was awarded Special Mention for Directing
Watch Michael as Senator Albert Watson
in a clip from "SCANDAL" on ABC
See Michael Bofshever with Melanie Griffith in a clip from "THIRST"
Michael recently produced and acted in
the critically acclaimed short film
click here to stream "Losing Gracie on indieflix.com
Watch Michael and Carmen Corral interviewed
opening night at the 9th HollyShorts Film Festival
Here's what some in the industry are saying about
"What a beautiful and moving film Losing Gracie is. It's absolutely lovely."
Paul Greengrass Director: Captain Phillips, The Bourne Supremacy, United 93
"This is far superior to any of the shorts I've seen out there and would serve as a good role model. Michael Bofshever is terrific."
Tony Bill Producer/Director: The Sting, Hearts of the West, Five Corners
"Really nice. Acting was pure, story interesting. The lighting and camera work hit the right moody tone."
Bryan Crantston Actor: Breaking Bad, Argo
"Loved it. You [Michael Bofshever] are great in it"
Cathy Sandrich Casting Director: The Fugitive, Collateral Damage, Reservation Road
"Losing Gracie was really wonderfull. I can understand why it's gotten such an amazing reception. It had beautifully written, directed script, with very powerful performances."
Melissa Bacrach Producer: Renegades
James Gartner Director/Producer: Glory Road
Michael's production of
Arthur Miller's "Broken Glass" was voted
2011 Top-Ten Revival
He is also featured in the new hit video game
as the character Ivan Rasic
...Reviews for Michael in
Arthur Miller's "Broken Glass"
at the Pico Playhouse