Michael O’Hagan was born in Dublin, Ireland. He trained at the Birmingham Theatre
School in England and has had a long and busy career spanning 40 years as a professional
actor, director and teacher. He started in repertory theatre in Birmingham and Scotland, and
then moved to London where he has appeared at such theatres as the National, in Peter
Gill’s The Murderers, the Young Vic in Corialanus, the Whitehall in Chekhov’s Three
Sisters, the Bush in numerous plays, and Billy Roche’s awardwinning trilogy The Wexford
Trilogy at the Tricycle in London and the Abbey Theatre, Dublin. He also appeared at the
Tricycle, London, in the highly acclaimed John Bull’s Other Island and in Bloody Sunday,
directed by Nick Kent, which won the Lawrence Olivier Award. He appeared at the Arcola
Theatre, London, in the new translation of Lorca’s When Five Years Pass and at the
Shakespeare Globe Playhouse, London in Othello. and Romeo and Juliet . In America he
has appeared in Joey Tillinger’s production of Paddywack at the Long Wharf, New Haven,
and in the premiere of New England at the South Coast Rep., Costa Mesa, for which he
received a Dramalogue Award, then in his own ‘Pick of The Week’ production of Pinter’s
The Dumb Waiter together with Derrick O’Connor, at the Write Act Theatre, Los Angeles.
He appeared in Brian Friel’s Dancing At Lughnasa at The Rubicon Theatre, Ventura,
followed by another ‘Pick of the Week’ with Susan Clark at LA’s Matrix Theater in David
Payne’s hit, The Body by Nick Clarke. He then appeared in Billy Roche’s Poor Beast in the
Rain in the Salem K Theatre Season at the Matrix. Most recently he appeared in Billy
Roche’s production Lay Me Down Softly, at The Wexford Arts Centre, Dublin, and the
Tricycle Theatre, London..
Filmgoers will know him from Arnold Schwarzenegger’s End of Days, the Oscar winning
film Gods and Monsters, Speed 2, HBO’s Havana’s Nocturne with Andy Garcia, Dead Man
on Campus, Clint Eastwood’s Midnight in The Garden of Good and Evil, Restoration and
The Lodger. His long list of television roles include The Visitor, Nightman, Johnny Harris
in Eastenders, Coronation Street, Darling Buds of May, Startrek – Enterprise and the mini
series for Hallmark, Marco Polo. Michael lives mostly in Miami Beach, with his wife,
actress Pamela Salem, with whom he produced a documentary film for Harlech Television
on the Indian Kite flying festival Makar Sankranti called Fish in The Sky, currently in the
Kite Exhibition in the Eretz Israel Museum, Tel Aviv. Together they have written
Richard is from Birmingham, England; his favorite stage roles include Dr. Frank Bryant, in
Educating Rita, playing the grandson of a famous distiller in An Evening with Alexander
Walker, and Barry Wheeler the Best Man in Tony N’ Tina’s Wedding. His recent film credits
include a leading role in the thriller, A Dangerous Lesson, Michael Bay’s Pain and Gain and
the French film RTT. He has appeared on several TV shows including The Game, Burn
Notice and The Glades.
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Jorge Orozco is from Medellin, Colombia. He has studied music education and tenor
saxophone at the Tomas Luis de Victoria and 2 years at the Antioquia University. He
went to NY in 1998 to study engineering music recording and production at the Institute
of Audio Research. He continued his studies with a BA in Electronic Music Technology
at Queensborough Community College and followed him down a BA in Entertainment
Technology at City Tech in Brooklyn.
Jorge worked in NYC in different musical studios dedicated to recording and production.
He came to Miami in 2007 where he is working independently producing and mixing
freelancing and independent artists. He has a solo album of electronic music lounge
which launched in 2013 entitled ‘On The Other Side’ -
He is an official Avid certified. He is a dedicated Pro Tools user improving his knowledge
and skills at all times. He has obtained various certifications as a Pro Tools operator in
Through his career and studies he has experience in show production and the different
aspects related to it, its development, and process. He has worked as part of crew
productions in audio, lighting, rigging, stage hands, and management.
His education in entertainment technology, music electronic technology, music
performance, recording engineering, music production and show production, has given
him the knowledge and the expertise to work within the different fields of the
“My passion is music and sound in the studio and live recording mixing, and mastering.
My approach is mixing, recording and production. I have my own professional studio
where I do much of my work. I also use another local studio where we do work such as
live recording and mastering”.
David was born and bred in the Midlands, Birmingham, Great Britain where he still resides
with his wife and three grown up children. David is a ‘young’ retiree having worked for
over 30 years in the security services. He now works for a large UK supermarket. He is a
keen hiker and enjoys nothing more than camping out in the wild. An avid technology
enthusiast he is always tinkering with computers and games consoles. Web design is all part
of his tech interest. Creating and maintaining the Miami Radio Players website is a sheer
joy. David is also a paranormal investigator having investigated many ghostly locations over
JERRY JENSEN has been pleased to work with Salem K Productions stage managing last
year’s The Dumbwaiter and two of the Miami Radio Players readings. In the last four years,
he’s been Production Stage Manager for over two dozen productions, including Hair for
MNM Productions at the Kravis Center, The Addams Family Musical and Murdered to Death
at Evening Star Productions, Island City Stage’s revival of The Timekeepers at Levis JCC; 3
shows for the B’Nai Torah Theater Arts Series; a full season at The Plaza Theatre, and the
prior two seasons for twelve New Theatre productions, including several world premieres.
Jerry’s also directed shows at eight local theaters including: Neil Simon’s Biloxi Blues &
Rumors; The Lion in Winter; A Thousand Clowns; Cat on a Hot Tin Roof; My Fair Lady; All
The Great Books (Abridged); Miami 1-Acts; The Cocktail Hour, The Dining Room, Private
Lives and Love! Valour! Compassion! As Executive Director of the Wichita Center for the
Arts, he oversaw the Midwest Premiers of Stephen Schwartz’s Children of Eden and Rags
and the World Premiere of John Caird’s eventual Tony-nominated Broadway musical Jane
Eyre. Additionally, he’s acted in over 60 shows in 9 states, most recently as the Foreman
(Juror #1) in New Theatre’s highly acclaimed revival of 12 Angry Men and as Jerry in The
Zoo Story at Andrews Living Arts. Thank you to Michael, Pamela, and all the gang for
letting me be part of Miami Radio Players.