Michael C. Hall, star of the hit Showtime television show "Dexter," has been cured of cancer according to a recent report from BBC News. Hall's wife and costar Jennifer Carpenter said that, as of his most recent doctor's visit, Hall is no longer suffering from Hodgkin's lymphoma.
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Michael C. Hall most recently won the Golden Globe for Best Performance in an Actor in a Television Series - Drama for his role in 'Dexter'.
Hall's acting career began in the theater. Off-Broadway, he appeared in Macbeth and Cymbeline at the New York Shakespeare Festival, and in Timon of Athens and Henry V at New York Public Theater, The English Teachers at the Manhattan Class Company (MCC), and the controversial play Corpus Christi at the Manhattan Theatre Club. He also performed in the workshop production of what was then known as Sondheim's Wise Guys, later versions of which were titled Bounce and, finally, Road Show. He sang the role of Paris Singer; this character's songs and function in the play were transferred to the character Hollis Bessamer in the final version of the play. In Los Angeles, he appeared in Skylight at the Mark Taper Forum.
In 1999, director Sam Mendes cast Hall as the flamboyant Emcee in the revival of Cabaret, his first Broadway role.
In 2003, Hall toured as Billy Flynn in the musical Chicago. His only film credits are the 2003 thriller Paycheck, and the 2009 science fiction thriller Gamer. He also appeared in the 2003 TV movie Bereft. In 2005 he returned to Off-Broadway theatre in the premiere of Noah Haidle's Mr. Marmalade, playing the title character, an emotionally disturbed little girl's imaginary friend. He will also star in Peep World in 2010.