Repeatedly in and out of incarceration with no idea how to make a living at anything that's legal, Mickey Milkovich seems destined for a hard life. His attraction to Ian is both an awkward burden and a saving grace for this otherwise damaged young man.
Noel Fisher has become one of the entertainment industry's most sought after and versatile performers, bringing to life memorable characters on the big and small screens over the past few years. From a rookie Marine fighting aliens throughout the demolished streets of Santa Monica, to a bully on the snowy sidewalks of Chicago and a Romanian vampire several thousand years old, Fisher has showcased his wide range of acting ability in some of the hottest projects on screen today.
Fisher can be seen starring as Michelangelo in Paramount Pictures' summer hit TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES. Fisher recently appeared as Vladimir in the final chapter of the worldwide phenomenon THE TWILIGHT SAGA: BREAKING DAWN PART 2. He also was seen in the record-breaking History Channel miniseries HATFIELDS & MCCOYS as Ellison "Cotton Top" Mounts, opposite Kevin Costner and Bill Paxton. Its 2014 debut drew 13.9 million viewers, a new high for an entertainment show on ad-supported cable television.
Originally from Vancouver, B.C., Fisher has been steadily gaining momentum as an actor since he was 14 years old. His very first role was in the TV movie THE SHELDON KENNEDY STORY, for CBC in 1999. The part landed Fisher his first GEMINI nomination (the equivalent to the U.S. Primetime Emmy® Awards), which was followed with a second nomination for his work on the hit Canadian series GODIVA'S (2005-2006).
Once gaining traction in Canada, Fisher proved that his talent would translate to the US market, appearing in the blockbuster Columbia feature film BATTLE: LOS ANGELES, with his portrayal of rookie Marine Pfc. Shaun Lenihan, opposite Aaron Eckhart. He has also made his mark in television, appearing on top series such as CBS' TWO AND A HALF MEN, THE MENTALIST, and MEDIUM, a recurring role on NBC's LAW AND ORDER: SVU, SHOWTIME's HUFF, and FOX's BONES. In 2008, he went to Sundance with the independent film RED (Official Selection), alongside Brian Cox. 2010 was a standout year for Fisher, as he was seen in the HBO nominated miniseries THE PACIFIC, the follow up to the hit miniseries BAND OF BROTHERS. His other television credits from the past two years include solid performances in FOX's LIE TO ME, FX's TERRIERS, CBS' CRIMINAL MINDS: SUSPECT BEHAVIOR and TNT's DARK BLUE. Audiences may best remember Fisher from his breakout performance in the critically acclaimed FX series THE RICHES, portraying Cal, the conniving and clever son of Eddie Izzard and Mini Driver.
When not working, Fisher loves to go camping, go to the beach and just hang out at home with a good movie and frozen yogurt. He is also an animal lover and supports the efforts of The Humane Society of the United States, as well as the youth outreach charity Visual Impact Now.