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This is a fansite for the amazing Michael Rosenbaum, actor, writer, director, voice-over artist, and all round talented and driven man. You may know him from his work as Lex Luthor on Smallville but if that is all you have seen you are really missing out!! Michael has visited the site and really liked it he also approved of our raising awareness of multiple sclerosis. Here at Michael Rosenbaum Online you will find everything you need to know about this talented actor, writer and comedian including a section for fans and a comprehensive gallery with over 63000 images and videos.
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CF9vi0yW0AIEeX6.png largeTo celebrate the upcoming new series Impastor starring our Michael we have a new Impastor theme for the site! What do you think?

Plus below is a preview of the first few minutes of the first episode so let’s get the word out and tell everyone you know to watch Impastor let’s get Michael another hit TV series

 

The Kentucky Museum will now have villainous ties to the comic book world as Lex Luthor’s suit is prepared to go on display.

Michael Rosenbaum, a WKU alumnus, played Luthor, arch nemesis of Superman, on the TV series “Smallville.” Rosenbaum is donating one of Luthor’s suits to the museum’s Instruments of American Excellence exhibit.

“It’s the white suit that Lex Luthor wears… when he becomes president in the future and we see glimpses of that throughout the ‘Smallville’ series,” he said.

The exhibit, which opened in the fall of 2012, showcases many artifacts from American history and pop culture, ranging from heels worn by actress Liza Minnelli to Neil deGrasse Tyson’s first telescope. Regional items, such as Louisville Slugger bats, are also on display.

“The thrust of this exhibit is having ordinary things that people used to do extraordinary things,” John Perkins, director of development and special projects, said.

All items in the collection were received as donations, including Rosenbaum’s latest addition.

“It was a joint effort by our chair Dan Murph and a number of board members to tell people about this grand idea (for the exhibit) and really get them to be behind it,” Brent Bjorkman, interim director of the museum, said.

Rosenbaum said it was Perkins who reached out to inquire if he would be interested in contributing to the permanent exhibit.

“I got this email out of the blue… and he told me a lot about (the museum) and I thought it was pretty fascinating,” Rosenbaum said. “At first I thought ‘I don’t belong there.’ I mean, this is John Wayne and Liza Minnelli’s shoes.”

He was reminded by Perkins that “Smallville” was an extremely popular show in American pop culture during it’s stint on air.

“I always think about, you know I was just an actor on that show, but then you bump into people, soldiers who were in Iraq and they say, ‘Hey, it got me through the war’…so it’s humbling,” he said. “So I thought, you know, why not? It was kind of an iconic show and it lasted 10 years, it was pretty popular, so I said how about the white Lex Luthor suit that he wears when he becomes president.”

Rosenbaum had kept one of the two white suits used on the show. It’s this suit that he will send down to go on display.

After the museum acquires the suit from Rosenbaum, it will go through a screening and cleaning process by the museum curator and her team.

Donna Parker, exhibits curator, said the donation is exciting.

“The first thing we’ll do is take it and evaluate it… and if it needed any kind of cleaning, we would clean it,” Parker said.

Following this and several other cleaning steps, the team would check to be sure no repairs need to be made to the seams of the suit and begin building a form or mannequin to display the suit.

“You either want to purchase or make a form that will fit the piece,” she said. “A lot of times what we do is take a form and pad it out… to fill the form (of the clothing).”

There is not a set date yet on when the white suit will be on display, but Parker and others on the curation team ensure it will be up once they’re able to go through normal preservation and display procedures.

Source: mkuherald.com – Smallville actor donates suit worn in show to Kentucky Museum

SV_Sun_44gallActor Michael Rosenbaum will be a featured celebrity guest at the “1st Annual Shock Pop Comiccon” which takes place February 13th – 15th, 2015 at the Broward County Convention Center in Fort Lauderdale, FL.

Rosenbaum is best known for his starring role as Lex Luthor for seven seasons on the hit CW television series, “Smallville” and as the voice of Wally West/The Flash on the animated series, “Justice League.”

Other guests scheduled to attend the three-day convention include Robert Englund (“A Nightmare on Elm Street”,) Ralph Macchio (“The Karate Kid”,) Sylvester McCoy (“Dr. Who”,) and Kristin Bauer (“True Blood”).

For more information or to purchase tickets, please visit http://shockpopcc.com/.

TV Land continues its transformation toward single-camera, edgier comedy with 10-episode series orders to both of its pilots: Impastor starring Michael Rosenbaum and Teachers, topined by improv group the Katydids on whose web series the series is based. Both are single-camera and will premiere in 2015. While TV Land, once known as home for classic sitcoms, kicked off its original efforts with multi-camera series, single-camera comedies now outnumber traditional sitcoms on the network’s original slate. The streak started with a series order to the single-camera Jennifer Falls in January, which has been followed by series pickups of only filmed comedies — Younger, the Jim Gaffigan show and now Impastor and Teachers. The network has only three multi-camera original comedies on the air: Hot In Cleveland, spinoff The Soul Man and The Exes.
“Impastor and Teachers are perfect examples of the type of comedies we’re looking for as TV Land evolves its original series – innovative, unconventional, and hilariously funny for an audience that enjoys smart humor with a hint of heart,” said TV Land President Larry W. Jones.

Impastor, from Christopher Vane stars Michael Rosenbaum, Sara Rue, Aimee Garcia, Mircea Monroe, Mike Kosinski, and David Rasche. It revolves around Buddy Dobbs (Rosenbaum), a gambling, pot-smoking slacker on the run from a loan shark who steals a man’s identity and ends up posing as the new gay pastor in a small, tightknit town. Although he’s tempted to immediately run off with the pastor’s money, Buddy has a change of heart when he realizes that the people there, including his prim church assistant Dora (Rue), actually like this new and semi-improved alter ego — and he kind of likes them back. Impastor is executive produced by Vane and Rosenbaum, along with Eric and Kim Tannenbaum. Rob Greenberg directed the pilot.

deadline.com – TV line picks up ‘Impastor’ and ‘Teachers’ to series

147968912gallVancouver doesn’t get many TV comedy pilots. This is a TV drama town. But TV Land’s single-camera comedy pilot Impastor is expected to film here from August 5th to 10th (dates subject to change). From writer Christopher Vane, Impastor stars Michael Rosenbaum (Smallville’s Lex Luther) as Buddy, a guy running from his debts in San Franciso who cons the residents of a small town into thinking he’s their new gay pastor.  Sara Rue co-stars as the pastor’s assistant and Mircea Monroe as the Head Trustee of Loomis Lutheran Church. Back in San Francisco, Aimee Garcia plays Buddy’s girlfriend, a bartender who has to deal with the cops, his criminal creditors, and snarky mother after his apparent “suicide”. Sounds like fun.

Source:yvrshoots.com – TV Land’s Dark Comedy Pilot IMPASTOR With Michael Rosenbaum as Fake Pastor

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Happy birthday to the crazy, wonderful, funny, handsome, talented, and downright amazing Michael Rosenbaum! I know he loves his fans so if you have anything you wish to say to him you can feel free to leave him a comment after this post. I wonder what madness he has planned this year? Whatever it is I really hope he has an amazing time and really enjoys himself  xxx

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