Here are some of the things Michael had to say to the LA Times:
I understand that you’re in Woody Allen’s next film, “Midnight in Paris.” What was it like meeting Woody Allen?
Whenever you meet someone you grew up with, part of the film aristocracy and someone whose work was part of what made me want to be an actor, to find yourself meeting them is always a mixture of extreme excitement and fear.
I read that your dad is a professional Jack Nicholson look-alike.
He’s been incredibly busy over the years. He started when the first Tim Burton “Batman” film came out with Jack Nicholson playing the Joker. That was in 1989. Since then he’s worked all over the world. He does it less now because he doesn’t like traveling as much.
Who hires Jack Nicholson look-alikes?
When businesses have an awards evening, they have “Jack Nicholson” giving out the awards. Or at Madame Tussauds, they have some of [the wax figures] “coming alive.” He’s done bar mitzvahs, he’s done weddings, commercials in Europe, everything.
Sounds like he’s busier than Jack Nicholson these days.
Yeah, I wouldn’t be surprised.