Michael D. Cohen (full name: Michael Dwayne Cohen) was born on 22nd November 1975 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. When he was 10, the actor moved to Richmond, British Columbia, with his family.
As a young kid, Cohen received inspiration to become an actor and writer since he was a big fan of The Carol Burnett Show, starring Carol Burnett. At the age of 12, he impressively won a Young Playwright’s Contest.
Following his graduation from college, the actor moved to Toronto and began studying acting, paving the path for his career. Cohen is best known for Whiplash (2014), Angie Tribeca (2017), Suburbicon (2017), Henry Danger (2014-2020), and Danger Force (2020).
Plays Schwoz on Nickelodeon’s ‘Danger Force’ (2020)
Danger Force is an American comedy series created by Christopher J. Nowak that premiered on Nickelodeon on 28th March 2020. It’s a spin-off show of Henry Danger that aired on the network for six years until March 2020.
Captain Man has a new crew of superhero sidekicks - Danger Force. Captain Man and Schwoz create a fake school to train the kids to harness their uncontrollable superpowers to fight crime.
Michael D. Cohen portrays the character of Schwoz on Nickelodeon's Danger Force.
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Previously Played Schwoz on 'Henry Danger' (2014-2020)
Looking for a part-time job, 13-year-old Henry Hart finds himself helping superhero Captain Man as his sidekick, keeping the secret from his family and friends.
The rest of the main cast includes Jace Norman as Henry Hart / Kid Danger, Cooper Barnes as Ray Manchester / Captain Man, Riele Downs as Charlotte, Sean Ryan Fox as Jasper Dunlop, and Ella Anderson as Piper Hart.
Used to Be a Woman Before Surgery - Talks About His “Transgender Journey”
Back in May 2019, the Canadian actor Michael D. Cohen opened up about his “transgender journey,” revealing he transitioned 20 years ago. He told Time,
I was misgendered at birth. I identify as male, and I am proud that I have had a transgender experience — a transgender journey.
The 44-year-old believes people are still unaware of what it means to be transgender.
People don’t understand. They think this has to do with sexuality and it doesn’t. They think this has to do with pushing an agenda on kids and it doesn’t. What it does is send a message to kids that whoever they are, however they identify, that’s celebrated and valued and okay.
The actor reckons his chromosomes do not dictate his gender. “I’m a man. It’s not that hard.”
What is Michael D. Cohen’s Net Worth?
Michael D. Cohen's net worth is estimated to be $1 million.
Source: Michael D. Cohen Instagram
Michael D. Cohen made his debut with the voice role of Milo ‘Fibber’ Kryzinski for four episodes in a Canadian animated series Moville Mysteries (2002). Following lots of single-episode cameos over the years, the actor had a brief recurring role as Fidel’s Manservant in a fantasy comedy-drama Eastwick (2009).
From 2006-2009, Cohen voiced the character of Ty Archer / Far-Ty for a total of 39 episodes in an animated action-adventure Grossology. In 2012, the actor enjoyed yet another voice role in the form of Ben for ten episodes in an animated web series Talking Friends.
Watch: Michael D. Cohen is "Luke" in the feature film Generation Wolf
Cohen played Stage Hand (Overbrook) in an American drama film Whiplash (2014). Three years later, the actor made a cameo appearance as Louie in a comedy series Angie Tribeca (2017). The same year, he featured as Stretch in a black comedy film Suburbicon (2017).
Michael D. Cohen’s net worth is estimated at $1 million.
Does Michael D. Cohen Have a Wife?
Fans are curious to learn about Michael D. Cohen's wife, but is he married?
Source: Michale D. Cohen Instagram
Michael D. Cohen's relationship status is still up in the air. It's unclear if he's married to a wife or single right now. In fact, the actor's social media, in particular Instagram, provides no clue about his dating endeavors or potential girlfriend either.
Meanwhile, the 5′ 1″ star appears fully engrossed in his career at the moment. After mesmerizing the audience with the impressive portrayal of Schwoz in the Nickelodeon comedy Henry Danger, he's now aiming to hit similar heights upon reprising the role in the spin-off Danger Force (2020).