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Michael was featured on ABC’s Good Morning America on June 11th, 2022 to help promote the final season of Love, Victor ahead of it’s premiere on June 15th. He also discusses upcoming music and how he got the scar above his lip from a dog bite.

There were over 400 screencaptures added of Michael’s appearance on the show.

We’ve added another 13 images to the Photo Archive to Michael’s 2021 Photoshoot done by Jack Dytrych, we now have a total of 18 images for the shoot!

You can now view all of the photos in the gallery by clicking on the thumbnails below!

We have finally added the season one screencaptures of Love, Victor thanks to our helpful friend, Manon who helped us with some of the caps. Along with the season one episodes captures, we’ve added the captures for season one’s Bloopers.

As a special In Case You Missed It… moment, we’ve also went ahead and uploaded any season two behind the scenes so far released of Michael as well as the promotional image used to help announce the premiere date of season two + captures of the announcement video!

We are trying to get a hold of exclusive stills that haven’t been seen hardly anywhere else, so be on the look out in the future. 🙂

(…) Season 1 > Screencaptures > 001 | Welcome to Creekwood
(…) Season 1 > Screencaptures > 002 | Stoplight Party
(…) Season 1 > Screencaptures > 003 | Battle of the Bands
(…) Season 1 > Screencaptures > 004 | The Truth Hurts
(…) Season 1 > Screencaptures > 005 | Sweet Sixteen
(…) Season 1 > Screencaptures > 006 | Creekwood Nights
(…) Season 1 > Screencaptures > 007 | What Happens in Willacoochee
(…) Season 1 > Screencaptures > 008 | Boys’ Trip
(…) Season 1 > Screencaptures > 009 | Who the Hell is B?
(…) Season 1 > Screencaptures > 010 | Spring Fling
(…) Season 1 > Screencaptures > 000 | Season Bloopers
(…) Season 2 > Behind the Scenes > 000 | Throughout the Season
(…) Season 2 > Screencaptures > 000 | Premiere Date Announcement
(…) Season 2 > Promotional Art

Michael finally took apart in his first photoshoot of the year, and as his first shoot of the year, he decided to go with Infringe: Anthropology of Hair and teamed up with Austin Martinez (his good friend) to photograph his soon-to-be iconic looks.

You can view all 11 photos in our gallery now!

Anissa Salazar had some words to say about the shoot with Michael:

“I’ve been working closely with Michael for the last 5 months. I’m in admiration of his performance as an actor, his kindness as a human being, and his confidence. The idea of this shoot was influenced by Michael’s talent as an artist. Transcending into multiple faces is part of his craft. That could be physically, mentally, and even emotionally. With that enters the conversion. Hair, makeup and an opulent wardrobe are all forms of expression that fuse with the performance.

Cindy Sherman being an enormous mentor of mine, also influenced me. Her ability to orchestrate beautiful photographs where she is the photographer, hair stylist, makeup artist, costume designer and model. Everyone, and everything are allowed to feel beauty. As an artist, I too find beauty in all identities, colours, and sizes. Barriers can and should be broken, narrow definitions can be expanded – all is infinite. The looks we created were inspired by Michael’s ability to evolve into these impassioned characters. When the camera hits Michael – he is vulnerable, raw, and tender.

Our photographer is Austin Martinez. He’s a family friend of Michael’s, and extremely talented photographer. We were joined with our friends, lovely model Denise, and talented makeup artist Alexandra French.”

Michael appears in a new photoshoot with VMAN Magazine! You can now view the photoshoot in our Photo Archive (by clicking the images) and read a little excerpt below.


— To read the full interview: click here!

As for Michael, he took finding his voice literally, through his passion for singing. “I always wanted to be a singer… ever since I was a little kid,” he told VMAN. A member of his church knew this and one day asked the aspiring singer to join his acting class. Cimino agreed. Having several role models to look up to, Michael credits one, in particular, his older cousin Jon-Jon, who serves more as a brotherly figure. Michael describes him as a charismatic, funny, and outgoing gay man. Reminiscing, he says, “I just remember wanting and trying to be like him, trying to be a person that maybe has an impact on people.” He shares with honesty, “Jon-Jon is a huge reason why I am the person I am today;” crediting his cousin who welcomed conversations and shared personal experiences that helped to build the character of Victor.