Michael O'Hearn

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Michael O'Hearn
BornJanuary 26, 1969
Trenton, New Jersey
 
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Michael O'Hearn
BornJanuary 26, 1969
Trenton, New Jersey

Michael (Mike) O'Hearn (born on January 26, 1969[1]) is an American bodybuilder, actor, powerlifter and fitness model. He has been featured on over 500 magazine covers, was Fitness Model of the Year seven times and claims he was a state champion in judo and tae kwon do,[2] and was a four-time Mr. Natural Universe title holder. He appears as the gladiator "Titan" on the 2008 revival of American Gladiators; Michael is the only individual to be a Gladiator on both the original (1989-96) ( as Thor ) and the 2008 series.[3]

Film and television[edit]

He has appeared in the movies Barbarian, Keeper of Time, and had a minor supporting role in Death Becomes Her, as well as starred as Clark Kent/Superman in the popular Sandy Collora fan film World's Finest (opposite Clark Bartram as Batman).[4] O'Hearn was also on the American Gladiators-like show Battle Dome from 1999 to 2001 where he played Michael O'Dell. On March 14, 2008, Michael made a guest appearance on the NBC soap opera Days of our Lives, playing a bartender. On July 8, 2008, Michael made a guest appearance on NBC's Celebrity Family Feud as Titan with fellow Gladiators Wolf, Venom, and Jet.[5] On February 4, 2009 Michael made a guest appearance on NBC's Knight Rider (2008 TV series), episode 14 as a cage fighter.[6] and in 2011 he appeared in a season 7 episode of It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia titled "How Mac got fat" as Mac's Avatar.

Personal life[edit]

O'Hearn grew up in Kirkland, Washington and comes from a large family of 10 siblings; he is the youngest of five boys. He began competing in bodybuilding at 15, when he won the Teenage Washington State competition. He has described bodybuilding as "the ultimate test" and that weight training is "critical for human growth and development".

He was married to Midajah O'Hearn, a former wrestling valet for WCW.[7]

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