Michael Risley

Michael Risley was an actor who graced the silver screen many times throughout his Hollywood career. Risley marked his early career with roles in the Denis Leary comedy "Two If By Sea" (1996) and "Advice from my Therapist" (1999). Risley made film his next project, appearing in "Revolution #9" (2002), the comedic drama "Nowhere Man" (2005) with Michael Rodrick and the crime thriller "Shattered" (2007) with Pierce Brosnan. More recently, Risley acted in the Johnathon Schaech suspenseful adaptation "The Poker Club" (2009).