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He also was part of the Texas Shakespeare Festival the summer of 1995.He played Lancelot in Camelot, Lysander in A Midsummer Night's Dream, and Claudio in Much Ado About Nothing.
actor married his editor girlfriend Morgan Macgregor during a low-key ceremony at New York's City Hall on Monday morning, his rep has confirmed.The happy newlyweds have been dating since 2012 and made their first official appearance as a couple that same year at the Emmy Awards.Michael C Hall has tied the knot with girlfriend Morgan Macgregor Michael, 45, has been married twice before; he was previously wed to actress Amy Spanger from 2002 until 2007, and then to his former co-star Jennifer Carpenter, from who he split in December 2010.Jennifer stood by his side while the star battled Hodgkin's lymphoma.He announced his cancer was fully in remission in April 2010, and eight months later the couple confirmed their separation, finalising their divorce the following year. Through the production, Michael got the chance to meet David a number of times, and he has said that he felt the news of the rock star's death in January like "an internal fist clench".Speaking to the , Michael also revealed that on the show's opening night David sent him "a very, very amazing gift and note".
"Out of respect for his intense privacy I'll just say that it was an artefact from his past that he had passed on to me," he revealed.
Michael Carlyle Hall (born February 1, 1971) is an American actor, known for his roles as Dexter Morgan in the Showtime television series Dexter and David Fisher on the HBO drama series Six Feet Under. Hall's professional acting career began in the theater.
In 2010, Hall won a Golden Globe Award and a Screen Actors Guild Award for his role in Dexter. Off-Broadway, he appeared in Macbeth and Cymbeline at the New York Shakespeare Festival, and in Timon of Athens and Henry V at the Public Theater, The English Teachers at the Manhattan Class Company, and the controversial play Corpus Christi at the Manhattan Theatre Club.
He also performed in the workshop production of what was then known as Sondheim's Wise Guys, later versions of which were titled Bounce and, finally, Road Show.
He sang the role of Paris Singer; this character's songs and function in the play were transferred to the character Hollis Bessamer in the final version of the play.
In Los Angeles, he appeared in Skylight at the Mark Taper Forum.