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Michael was born September 6, 1958 to Robert and Verdie Winslow, on Fairchild Air force Base with never a dull moment. The youngest of six brothers. His mom tells stories about when he was young he would

imitate the airplanes, jet engines, basically anything that made a noise he copied with sounds that came out of his mouth. “Growing up in the Air Force Base made it difficult to have friends, so I created imaginary friends, dogs, cats, trucks, anything that would keep me occupied for the moment” says Michael.

After graduated High School and a short-lived college, he had his first professional performance at a club/theater in Boulder, Colorado named Tulagi’s. This was very exciting for him because Jimi Hendrix, The Doors, Tommy Bolin and other famous bands played there (By the way Michael does an incredible imitation on Hendrix’s guitar playing).

He opened and act for a group called “Nova” and Italian Rock Fusion Band, He heard through the grapevine that this group were fans of Jimi Hendrix, so why not portray him? He had lots of props including his mother’s Afro wig. He was so nervous, but the audience was flabbergasted with his rendition of “Purple Haze”. The ovation and the applause from the audience was overwhelming. From that moment on he knew his calling. He wanted to be an entertainer.

Mr. Michael packed his bags and hitchhiked to Venice Beach where he would be homeless for a short time….He Auditioned for the “Gong Show” hosted by the infamous Chuck Barris and he won a whoping $516.32 that finally got him out of homelessness and allowed him to by a vehicle, that took him to Los Angeles to all the local comedy clubs. At this point in time, Bud Friedman, believed in him and featured in him in the famous EVENING AT THE IMPROV (which we all known now as the Comedy Improve Clubs).

Until 1984 when he finally got his BIG CHANCE. Director Hugh Wilson and producer Paul Manslanski came to see him perform at Long Beach Theater where he was opening for the incomparable Count Basie & his Orquestra. Needless to say, Wilson and Manslanski were blown away! They immediately wrote him into the script of the unforgettable “Police Academy I through VII” As soon as this movie came out and it became an instant success so did Michael! His celebrity status was in place. He then went to play a part in Mel Brooks “Spaceballs”. This film helped in furthering his spotlight as a unique comedian. A man with a special talent that made “families” laugh. Michael was also heard, but not seen, when he gave the voice to Stripe, the evil little creature, in another Hit Movie “Gremlins”.

He also did voice-overs for Disney and Universal Studios in such rides as “Back to the Future and Terminator” Currently you can also hear him in the Television Hits “Robo Chicken and Family Guy” You can’t miss him on those great “Geico” commercials. And in the spring of 2008 he will grace the red carpet premiere of National Lampoon’s Robo Doc.

Michael, a master of vocal gymnastics, can imitate over 1000 sound effects using his voice alone. Whether he is recreating the frenzy of Jimi Hendrix playing the guitar, or the roar of a jet plane, his talent is truly remarkable and his versatility admirable and enjoyable for all ages!


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RoboDoc (2009) – “Dr. Murphy”
A Veteran Affair (2009) Short – “William”
Redirecting Eddie (2008) – “Vaughn (as Mike Winslow) ”
Ninjas vs. Pirates (2007) – “Voicestrumentalist”
Robot Chicken (TV Series 2005) – “Larvelle Jones”
Police Academy (2007) – “Larvell Jones”
Coming Attractions (2006) – “Coach Al Jefferson”
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (2004) (VG) (voice) – “Pedestrian”
… aka GTA: San Andreas (International: English title: short title)
… aka San Andreas (International: English title: short title)
Lenny the Wonder Dog (2004) – Officer John Wyndham”
“The Daily Buzz”
– Episode dated 24 September 2004 (????) – TV Episode
The Biggest Fan (2002) – Officer number: 1
The Trumpet of the Swan (2001) – (voice)
He Outta Be Committed (2000) – Jeremy
Michael Winslow Live (1999) (V) – Michael Winslow
Lycanthrope (1999) – Lee Davis
… aka Bloody Moon (USA: promotional title)
The Blur of Insanity (1999) – Horner’s Friend number 2
“Police Academy: The Series” (1997) Series – Sgt. Larvell Jones
Drew Gets Married (1997) TV Episode – Jimi Hendrix
“Baywatch Nights”
… aka Detectives On the Beach
976 Ways to Say I Love You (1995) – TV Episode
Police Academy: Mission to Moscow (1994) – Sgt. Larvell Jones
… aka Police Academy 7: Mission to Moscow (USA: alternative title)
Extralarge: Gonzales’ Revenge (1993) (TV) – Dumas
Extralarge: Indians (1993) (TV) – Dumas
Extralarge: Lord of the Sun (1993) (TV) – Dumas
… aka Extralarge: Il signore del sole (Italy)
Extralarge: Ninja Shadow Extralarge: Ninja Shadow (1993) (TV) – Dumas
… aka Extralarge: L’ombra del guerriero (Italy)
Extralarge: Condor Mission (1993) (TV) – Dumas
… aka Extralarge: Operazione Condor (Italy)
Extralarge: Diamonds (1993) (TV) – Dumas
… aka Extralarge: Pioggia di diamanti (Italy)
“Harry and the Hendersons” – Wild Things (1992) TV Episode – Chuck the Great
Pet Psychic (1991) TV Episode – Chuck the Great
“Shades of LA”
The Wrong Man (1990) TV Episode – Lewis Delgado
Far Out Man (1990) – Airport cop
… aka Soul Man II
Think Big (1990) – Hap
Going Under (1990) – Reporter
Police Academy 6: City Under Siege (1989) – Sgt. Larvell Jones
Buy & Cell (1989) – Sly
Zärtliche Chaoten II (1988) – Ronny
… aka Lovable Zanies II (International: English title)
… aka Three Crazy Jerks II (International: English title)
Starke Zeiten (1988)
Police Academy 5: Assignment: Miami Beach (1988) – Sgt. Larvell Jones
Zärtliche Chaoten (1987) – Walker
… aka Lovable Zanies (International: English title: informal title) … aka Three Crazy Jerks (UK)
Spaceballs (1987) – Radar Technician
Police Academy 4: Citizens on Patrol (1987) …. Sgt. Larvell Jones
… aka Citizens on Patrol: Police Academy 4 (UK: poster title)
“The Love Boat”
– Happily Ever After/Have I Got a Job for You/Mr. Smith Goes to Minikulu (1986) – TV Episode
My Stepmother, Myself/Almost Roommates/Cornerback Sneak (1986) TV Episode
The Second Time Around/Hello, Spencer/Runaway, Go Home (1986) TV Episode
Police Academy 3: Back in Training (1986) – Sgt. Larvell Jones
Starchaser: The Legend of Orin (1985) (voice)
Police Academy 2: Their First Assignment (1985) Officer Larvell Jones
Lovelines (1984) – J.D
… aka Sueños juveniles (USA: Spanish title: TV title)
Grandview, U.S.A. (1984) – Spencer
Gremlins (1984) (voice) – Mogwai and Gremlins
Police Academy (1984) – Cadet Larvell Jones
… aka Police Academy: What an Institution! (UK: video title)
Alphabet Cit (1984) – Lippy
Heidi’s Song (1982) (voice) – Mountain
Tag: The Assassination Game (1982) – Gowdy
… aka Everybody Gets It in the End (USA)
… aka Kiss Me, Kill Me
… aka T.A.G.: The Assassination Game
Nice Dreams (1981) – Superman Nut
… aka Cheech & Chong’s Nice Dreams (USA: complete title)
“The White Shadow”
Psyched Out (1981) TV Episode – Student
“Space-Stars” (1981) TV Series – Plutem
Underground Aces (1981) – Nate
Cheech & Chong’s Next Movie (1980) – Welfare Comedian
… aka High Encounters of the Ultimate Kind
Nightside (1980) (TV) – Redlight
Writer – Filmography
Michael Winslow Live at the Improv (2006) (V)
Michael Winslow: Comedy Sound Slapdown! (2002) (V)
… aka The Michael Winslow Experience (USA)
Producer – Filmography
Lenny the Wonder Dog (2004) (executive producer)
Michael Winslow: Comedy Sound Slapdown! (2002) (V) (executive producer)
… aka The Michael Winslow Experience (USA)
Himself – Filmography
(2000s )
Michael Winslow Live at the Improv (2006) (V) – Himself
“Ed” The Movie (2003) TV Episode – Himself
“Family Guy”
… aka Padre de familia (USA: Spanish title)
Family Guy Viewer Mail Number 1 (2002) TV Episode (voice) …. Himself
Michael Winslow: Comedy Sound Slapdown! (2002) (V) – Himself
… aka The Michael Winslow Experience (USA)
“Reading Rainbow” “Reading Rainbow”
Space Case (1986) TV Episode (voice) – Himself