Michael Dietz

Michael Dietz
Michael Dietz
Born February 10, 1971 (1971-02-10) (age 40)
Allison Park, Pennsylvania
Occupation Actor, Producer, Board Game Inventor
Spouse Paige Rowland (2002-Present)
Children 1

Michael Dietz (born February 10, 1971) is an American actor and producer who is best known for the roles of Dr. Mark MacClaine on CBS daytime drama The Bold and the Beautiful and Joe Scanlon on Port Charles.



Prior to joining the cast of B&B in 2002, Dietz had guest stints on prime time shows Wasteland, Charmed, Beverly Hills, 90210, The Drew Carey Show and Baywatch, and starring roles as Alan-Michael Spaulding Guiding Light July 1996-February 1997 and Joe Scanlon on Port Charles and guest appearances on House and CSI.

In 2005, Michael formed Lucky Butterfly Productions, a film and television company.[1]

As a producer, Michael has recently worked as a show runner for Travel Channel's "Scream If You Know The Answer" as well as a supervising producer for NBC'S "Minute To Win It" and Discovery Channel's "One Man Army". He also worked as a producer for FOOD Network's "Chefs vs City" and NBC'S "Great American Road Trip" as well as a challenge consultant for ABC'S Wipeout and a challenge producer for season ten of Big Brother. He also produced the feature film Born that showed at the Cannes Film Festival and was released by Lionsgate.

Michael is also the co-inventor of the board game Bubblebrain[2] which has won several awards including Family Fun Magazine's Toy Of The Year.[3] His latest game, "Life's A Pitch" was released last year.[citation needed]

Personal life

Dietz is married to actress Paige Rowland.[4] They have one child together.[citation needed]


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