An American by nationality, Mike White is a writer, producer, actor, as well as a producer who is the winner of an Independent Spirit John Cassavetes Award for “Chuck and Buck”. He was also the creator, writer, executive producer, director as well as an actor for the HBO series called Enlightened.
Besides that, Mike is also well-known for making his appearance as one of the contestants on the TV show called Survivor: David vs. Goliath tribe. He describes himself as dynamic, curious/funny, and imaginative.
Mike White: Personal life
A multi-talented guy Mike White was born on 28th June of the year 1970 which has now made him reach the age of 48. He is originally from Pasadena, California, USA. Mike is the son of Reverend Dr. Mel White and Lyla Lee.
His other acting roles include Gentleman Broncos, The Stepford Wives, Ride, The D Train and more. White also frequently collaborates with an actor and writer Jack Black on the films. Mike was a member of the US Dramatic Jury at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival.
Prior to that, White is one of the contestants on the TV show called Survivor: David vs. Goliath tribe in its 37th season. In that season, he is the part of Goliath tribe.
When asked about his inspiration, he answered it with George Plimpton. The reason behind that was, Mike thinks George as a great writer who wanted to experience the things he was writing about. Mike also thinks him as a fearless, enlightened, and inquisitive.