MICHAEL EVANS BEHLING is television’s primetime heartthrob and READY to assume a new level of responsibility and leadership! He’s handsome, intelligent and hella swaggy. The young star is best known for his breakout role on CW’s football drama “All American,” where he stars as Jordan Baker, Beverly Hill High’s star quarterback. When a star player from rival school Crenshaw High enrolls in Beverly High, it affects Jordan emotionally and physically. Starring alongside Taye Diggs, and Daniel Ezra, the series seamlessly navigates through both worlds of Crenshaw and Beverly Hills. One of strife, instability and the latter filled with privilege, financial support and a full family structure. The series returns to the CW this fall on Monday, October 7th at 9:00pm.
Michael’s character illustrates so beautifully the journey of a young man journeying between two worlds and the harsh realities of what deceit can do to a family. He really is the heartbeat of the series. In season one, audiences see Jordan’s multi-faceted layers as they’re pulled back with every twist and turn. His character experiences issues with identity as a mixed man—Black and White, acceptance while navigating through both worlds of Beverly Hills and Crenshaw. Season 1 ends with a decade-old secret revealed and forces the Baker family to make hard decisions.
Hailing from small-town Indiana, Behling grew up on 10-acres of sprawling land where he tended to the family garden, land and chicken coop. It was there that his love for nature and the outdoors were nourished. A proud mid-westerner and a bit of a country boy, Behling grew up loving the outdoors.
After two years of college, Behling’s pre-med journey took a left turn after discovering his true love for entertainment and making people smile.
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