Michael Levi Harris is an American polyglot actor and writer, best-known in polyglot and language-learning communities as writer and star of the award-winning short film, The Hyperglot. Based in London and New York City, Michael has acted in over a dozen languages and over a dozen accents. In addition to The Hyperglot, his multilingual acting has been seen on the stage of the National Yiddish Theater Folksbiene in New York City, heard on BBC4 Radio, and watched on screens around the world. Michael has narrated a number of audiobooks, most recently Darius The Great Is Not Okay, in which you can hear him voice a number of Persian-accented and Persian-speaking characters. Other recent acting work includes the British crime drama Endeavour, Benedict Cumberbatch’s mini-series Patrick Melrose, and the mini-series Foreign Skies. Michael trained at the prestigious Guildhall School of Music & Drama in London.