by: Sammy Mink
Michael C. Hall makes his way back to TV for GOD FEARING MAN. The miniseries was written by Stanley Kubrick back in the day and is being adapted by Stephen R. Clark. Based on a true story, the project centers on Canadian minister Herbert Emerson Wilson who would go on to become a world class safecracker and one of the most successful bank robbers of the early 20th Century. Hall has signed on to star as Wilson and to executive produce the Entertainment One drama.
Hall began his career on the stage, performing in Sam Mendes’ production of “Cabaret” before going on tour as Billy Flynn in “Chicago.” Those roles led him to a starring turn in HBO’s “Six Feet Under,” before he nabbed his award-winning role as the serial killer with a code in Showtime’s “Dexter.” Hall most recently starred in crime thriller “Cold in July” alongside Don Johnson and Sam Shepard.