is an actor, singer, director and photographer."A versatile character actor with a bad guy swagger and a velvety baritone." Michael holds a BFA in Acting from SMU and is an alumnus of the Broadway Theatre Project.
He currently resides in NYC with his talented wife, Brittany Baratz, and continues to work all over the country.
"Michael Yeshion was an audience favorite. His uptight, intense character brought gravity to the situation. In the best comedies, the humor comes in taking the situation as seriously as possible. Yeshion accomplishes this in spades."
(Lend me a tenor)
"Michael Yeshion does a terrific job with the role of Perón, bringing great nuance and a solid baritone to the role."
"Michael Yeshion does an especially good job with the Mother's two big songs, The quartet “Dear One” is especially rousing."
(Kiss of the Spider Woman)
"Michael Yeshion will send chills down your spine.”
"The villain of all villains, played with incomparable style by Michael Yeshion. His voice is incredible and his performance electrifying! Yeshion is a star, and it shows."
-The River Reporter
"I don't think I've ever seen anybody embody Bill Sykes like Michael Yeshion did. His opening number “My Name” was every bit as threatening and fierce as every subsequent action he performed or word he spewed. A great bit of acting."
-The Sullivan County Democrat