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Actor, Mike Manning is set to debut in the role of Charlie on Days of Our Lives. Next week, he will make his debut as Claire (Isabel Durant) runs into a new intern named Charlie.
Manning is an actor and Emmy-winning producer on film, television and stage. He is probably most known for his role in Disney's popular snowboarding movie "Cloud 9," MTV's "Teen Wolf," and the third installment of the "God's Not Dead" blockbuster series. Manning's TV credits also include "Hawaii Five-0" on CBS, "Major Crimes" on TNT, "Crash & Bernstein" on Disney XD, Hallmark's "Operation Cupcake" and Tyler Perry's "The Haves and The Have Nots."
His IMDB Biography States:
Manning first fell in love with acting while in stage productions of classics like "Oliver!," "The Secret Garden," "Camelot" and others at his high school in Colorado. A decade later, Manning took to the stage opposite Rae Dawn Chong in Lisa Phillips Visca's original play "Climax" at the Santa Monica Playhouse, where his performance received raved reviews, and he later performed the lead role in Visca's "Raise Me Up" on the same stage.
In 2015, the NY Post referred to Manning as "an up and coming producer to remember," and he's continued to produce content with some of the biggest names in Hollywood ever since. He produced the Showtime documentary "Kidnapped for Christ" alongside Lance Bass and Tom DeSanto ("Transformers"), and has been involved behind the camera on dozens of films including "Jinn" (Filmmaker Magazine's "50 Most Anticipated Films of 2018"), the Netflix Original "The Death and Life of Marsha P. Johnson" by Oscar-nominated director David France, the Tribeca comedy "Folk Hero and Funny Guy," and "Lost in America," featuring Halle Berry, Rosario Dawson, Jewel, and Tiffany Haddish.
Mike has a heart for many non-profit organizations throughout the country. He's an ambassador for the anti-bullying organization Boo2Bullying and a board member for the largest youth-focused clean water organization in the world, Thirst Project. He's been honored by the City Council and State Assembly of New York for his work promoting equal rights around the United States.