Michael L. Garcia Jr was born in Pharr, Texas. From small town to big city, he moved to Corpus Christi, Texas in 1989 to study theater arts and also audition for a few community plays like South Pacific, which he played a french butler named Henri. Best Little Whore House in Texas as Edsel, plus a few various other performing shows that where produced at The Harbor Playhouse. Although stage plays were a good experience for the beginnings of an acting career, he decide to step into film as he moved to Austin, Texas in 2009. Which landed his first background job on the film Corruption.Gov (2010) with Michael Madson, then followed by other big films like Predators (2010), Machete Kills (2013), Sin City: A Dame to Kill For (2014)and the latest one Alit: Battle Angel (2018). Along with films, Michael also landed on Tv shows like “Revolution” (2012), “American Crime” (2014), The Left Overs (2015), Queen of the South (2016), Day 5 (2017) and The Long Road Home (2017) for National Geographic series. With over 40 projects experience, he’s also created his own film company Bearline Film Productions and is determine to give other potential rising stars, a taste of what it’s like to be in films. Also as a screenwriter, he has several projects already on the works, such as Unforgivable Sins (2017), still in production and an upcoming horror series Bears vs Zombies: Converger (2018).