Mike Vogel is an American actor and former fashion model best known for his roles in the highly noted films The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants, Grind, Poseidon, and Cloverfield.
Mike Vogel was born on July 17, 1979 in Abington, Pennsylvania.
So it's been a great collaborative experience and it's always nice to know that the guy that originated this thing is still very much involved in keeping it true to what he envisioned."You must be pleased with the reaction to the show - it broke ratings records in the US! It's kind of funny because we're here in Wilmington, North Carolina which is a smaller town and it's pretty much unaffected by Hollywood and celebrity and stuff like that, which is fantastic. Yeah, everyone wants to know and I can say this - most of the mysteries that we introduce in the first season will be wrapped up by the end of it.
You don't feel the heat that it has around the country and around the world. We just went to Comic-Con and had such a great response to the show, and it's kind of the first time we pulled our head out of the sand here and perked up and said, 'Oh, wait a minute, people are actually watching this thing! It's a huge blessing."With all that, has everyone been bugging you for spoilers? The beauty of it is that as they answer one thing, it kind of peels back the onion for something else.
In actuality, he's actually a good guy that's had some unfortunate situations happen to him and he's kind of seeking vengeance for them. I've always found it insane how you can hear one song and it takes you back to a specific, specific moment in your life and you remember it vividly like it was yesterday.
So it's sort of a role reversal."Finally, if you were trapped under the dome, what's the one thing from the outside world that you couldn't live without? What I love, a great little touch they've added to the show, is having Phil and Dodee at the radio station.
In the film, Vogel played Eric Richman, the love interest of Bridget Vreeland, played by Blake Lively.
He then followed this with his starring role in the low-budgeted film Supercross.In the movie, Vogel played Andy, whose leg was cut off right below the knee by psychotic killer Leatherface.In 2005, Vogel once again returned in the big screen when he co-starred with Amber Tamblyn, Alexis Bledel, Blake Lively and America Ferrera in The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants.so we got him on the phone to have a chat about the series.Read on to find out what he had to say about Stephen King, playing an anti-hero and power struggles..., it always has to change a lot to kind of fit everything [in] or make it a more cohesive story for a film or television medium.- based on a book by Stephen King - and we can't believe that its UK premiere date is finally here!