Michael Warren Bio
Michael Warren (Lloyd Michael “Mike” Warren) is an American TV actor and former college basketball player. He is best known for his role as Officer Bobby Hill on the NBC television series Hill Street Blues.
Michael Warren Age
Michael Warren Height
Warren stands at a height of 5′ 10¾” (1.8 m)
Michael Warren Net Worth
Michael, an American actor has a net worth of $5 million which earns from his acting career.
Michael Warren Wife
Michael Warren Family|Parents
Warren was born and also raised in South Bend, Indiana, United States. He is the son of Ellen and Grayson Warren.
Michael Warren Son
Warren has two sons namely Cash Garner Warren from his first marriage with Sue Narramore and Grayson Andres from his second marriage with Jenny Palacios.
Michael studied at Central High School. As a senior, he managed to be the class president. He was named to the Indiana all-state team two times. Warren graduated in 1964 becoming Bears’ career, season, and also the single-game scoring leader. Later in 1992, Michael was inducted into the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame.
College Basketball Career
Warren Acting career
Warren would sometimes go on to work as an actor on television. Additionally, to his starring role on Hill Street Blues, Michael had a previous role on The White Shadow, a co-starring role on the CBS series City of Angels, a recurring role on the Showtime series Soul Food, and also guest starred as Jason on Marcus Welby, M.D
Formerly, before Hill Street Blues, in 1974 Warren played the role of park ranger P. J. Lewis on the NBC adventure series known as Sierra. Later in 1979, he appeared as police officer Willie Miller on the CBS crime drama Paris which was the first effort by Hill Street Blues executive producer Steven Bochco. He also guest starred in “In the House” opposite LL Cool J as Debbie Allen’s ex-husband.
He was also starred on the Fox sitcom Living Single as Khadijah’s father, and then later played Joan’s father on the UPN/CW sitcom Girlfriends. Warren portrayed Darrin Dewitt Henson’s boss on the Showtime show, Soul Food, where he played hustler-turned-entrepreneur, Baron Marks. He also played a recurring role on the ABC Family series, Lincoln Heights, as Spencer Sutton, Eddie’s father.
Warren also appeared as Virgil Tibbs’ former longtime police partner, Matthew Pogue on the episode of In the Heat of the Night “The Hammer and the Glove” in the year 1988. Later in 1996, he was on the Early Edition episode Hoops. In 2002, he was portrayed in “Normal Again”, an episode of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, playing the role of a psychiatrist trying to convince Buffy Summers she is delusional.
His film work also includes 1976’s Norman… Is That You? together with Redd Foxx and Pearl Bailey and as basketball player Easley in the 1971 film Drive, He claimed that directed by Jack Nicholson. In 1979 he was in “Fastbreak” with the role of the Preacher together with Gabe Kaplan. Later in 2010, Warren was portrayed in the independent film Anderson’s Cross playing the father of the lead character Nick Anderson.
- First-team All-AAWU in 1968.
- Second-team All-AAWU in 1966 and 1967.
- 2009 Pac-10 Hall of Honor inductee.
- UCLA Athletic Hall of Fame in 1990.
- 14th round pick in the 1968 NBA draft.