John Michael Higgins

TV Actor

John Michael Higgins was born in Boston, Massachusetts, United States on February 12th, 1963 and is the TV Actor. At the age of 60, John Michael Higgins biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, movies, TV shows, and networth are available.

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Date of Birth
February 12, 1963
United States
Place of Birth
Boston, Massachusetts, United States
60 years old
Zodiac Sign
$5 Million
Actor, Film Actor, Television Actor, Voice Actor
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John Michael Higgins Height, Weight, Eye Color and Hair Color

At 60 years old, John Michael Higgins has this physical status:

Hair Color
Dark Brown (Natural)
Eye Color
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John Michael Higgins Religion, Education, and Hobbies
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Amherst College
John Michael Higgins Spouse(s), Children, Affair, Parents, and Family
Margaret Welsh
Dating / Affair
Margaret Welsh (2003-Present)
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Maureen Higgins (Younger Sister)
John Michael Higgins Career

In the early 1980s Higgins was a theatre instructor with Street 70, a theatre production company in Rockville, MD. It is now known as Round House Theatre. He also taught voice and improvisation. In 1991, Higgins was featured in Broadway's La BĂȘte, and in 2000 he was seen Off-Broadway at Second Stage Theatre in a production of Edward Albee's Tiny Alice. He also originated the title role in Paul Rudnick's Jeffrey Off-Broadway in 1993.

Higgins's numerous television credits include recurring characters on Ally McBeal, Brother's Keeper, Boston Legal and Honey, I Shrunk the Kids: The TV Show. In Season 8 of Seinfeld, he portrayed Elaine's boyfriend Kurt. He also played attorney Wayne Jarvis in five episodes of Arrested Development. Higgins arranged the dense vocal harmonies sung by the nine-part ("neuftet") New Main Street Singers in 2003's A Mighty Wind, a change from the writers' original concept of having the group sing in unison, leveraged by Higgins' musical talent.

Higgins gained more recognition by being featured in the films Fun with Dick and Jane, Pitch Perfect and its sequels, and The Break-Up, for which he also wrote vocal arrangements. His work as a voice actor includes the roles of Judge Mentok in Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law, 2401 Penitent Tangent in Halo 2, and Riddler in Batman: The Brave and the Bold. Higgins also portrayed David Letterman in the HBO TV film The Late Shift. Higgins was seen in the pre-show video for the Epcot attraction Test Track. However, the ride was refurbished in 2012 and the pre-show room was removed.

Higgins directs and appears on the stage from time to time as well. In 2004, he played Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld in the American premiere of David Hare's Stuff Happens at the Mark Taper Forum in Los Angeles. In 2003, he played the title role in A. R. Gurney's Big Bill at New York's Lincoln Center Theater.

Higgins has been featured in TV ads for DirecTV, alongside fellow co-stars Christopher Guest and Ed Begley Jr., and for Old Navy. He also stars in season 2 of TNT's Raising the Bar as an openly gay, rule-obsessed judge. Higgins took part in The Suite Life on Deck, taking the role of the sinister and secluded Mr. Tipton.

In 2011, Higgins was cast in Happily Divorced opposite Fran Drescher. He played Fran's gay ex-husband, Peter Lovett, a character based on Drescher's real-life ex-husband Peter Marc Jacobson.

In 2012, Higgins was cast as the voice of vain and eccentric businessman Iknik Blackstone Varrick in The Legend of Korra.

From 2017 to 2018, Higgins starred as Chuck Pierce on the NBC comedy series Great News.

Higgins became the host of the game show America Says in 2018. Coincidentally, he played a game show host 14 years earlier in a season 3 episode of the TV comedy/drama detective series Monk.

Since 2019, Higgins has appeared in TV commercials for Omaha based Physicians Mutual Insurance Company. In 2020, Higgins began appearing in a series of adverts for, an Irish insurance company.

Higgins played the role of Principal Toddman in the 2020 Peacock comedy series Saved by the Bell, which was created by Tracey Wigfield.


Brian Laundrie's family demand apology after 'Jeopardy!' featured 'appalling, tasteless' clue, November 15, 2022
Brian Laundrie's family are demanding an apology from Jeopardy for a 'tasteless' clue that referenced the deceased murderer on Sunday night's episode. The Laundries said they were 'appalled' by the clue, which referenced their son's death by suicide in an alligator-filled swamp. The clue was also met with outrage online, with many people saying that it made light of Laundrie's crime and his death. Laundrie, 23, killed fiancé Gabby Petito, 22, last year when he strangled her to death on a cross country road trip that two were taking in a van.

Fans slam 'Jeopardy!' for 'tasteless' clue about demise of Gabby Petito's killer Brian Laundrie, November 15, 2022
Celebrity Jeopardy! is being slammed by fans for a 'tasteless' clue on Sunday night's episode that featured murderer Brian Laundrie. One clue in a category that revolved around the letter 'A' read, 'In 2021, fugitive Brian Laundrie ended his days in Fla's Myakkahatchee Creek area, home to these long & toothy critters.' The correct answer was, 'What are alligators,' but viewers couldn't have cared less. They were dismayed that the question was asked at all.
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