Michael J. Pagan
Michael Jamon Pagan (born January 12, 1985) is an American actor and screenwriter. Pagan is best known for appearing in How Stella Got Her Groove Back (1998), in which he received an NAACP Image Award nomination.
He attended Long Beach Polytechnic High School, Verbum Dei High School in Los Angeles and West Los Angeles College. Pagan has received training at the Tasha Smith Acting Studio and the Ivanna Chubbuck Studio.
Pagan appeared as Sam, the nephew of Denzel Washington's character, in thriller Fallen (1998). That same year, he was Angela Bassett's son, Quincy, in romantic comedy How Stella Got Her Groove Back. A reviewer for The Hollywood Reporter opined Pagan gave a "winning" performance. For playing Quincy, Pagan earned an NAACP Image Award nomination for Outstanding Youth Actor in 1999.
He portrayed Malik Sawyer in 1998 television film Killers in the House. Pagan played the lead character, Scott Marshall, in the Disney Channel Original Movie Up, Up, and Away (2000). In the film, Scott is the only member of his superhero family who does not have any powers.
After appearing in an episode of Black Scorpion (2001), Pagan took a four year hiatus from acting. He resumed his acting career with a guest spot on The Shield (2005). Pagan appeared in two sports films, playing Roger in Gridiron Gang (2006) and Kurt in Forever Strong (2008). Pagan's guest roles include One on One (2006), CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2009) and Cold Case (2009).
Pagan portrayed Tyson "Tye" Simms in slasher film See No Evil, returning in its 2014 sequel See No Evil 2. He co-wrote the horror film Chain Letter (2010) alongside Deon Taylor, acting in the film as well. Pagan has not acted since 2014.
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