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About Michael Moore
Michael Moore was born in Flint, Michigan. He is an Eagle Scout, a former seminarian and, at age 18, became the youngest elected official in the country.
At 22, he founded the Flint Voice, a nationally-recognized alternative newspaper.
In 1989, Michael made his first film, the ground-breaking "Roger & Me," which gave birth to the modern-day documentary movement. Moore went on to break the documentary box office record two more times with his 2002 Oscar-winning film, "Bowling for Columbine" and the Palme d'Or-winning "Fahrenheit 9/11”, still the highest-grossing documentary of all time. Other notable films include the Oscar-nominated "Sicko," “Capitalism: A Love Story,” “Where To Invade Next” and “Fahrenheit 11/9.”
Michael won the Emmy Award for his prime-time NBC series "TV Nation" and is one of America's top-selling nonfiction authors, with such books as "Stupid White Men" and "Dude, Where's My Country?" and “Here Comes Trouble.”
Michael lives in Traverse City, Michigan, where he founded the Traverse City Film Festival and two art house movie palaces, the State Theatre and the Bijou by the Bay.
He is the host of the “Rumble with Michael Moore” podcast and is rumored to be the replacement to Alex Trebek’s replacements as host of “Jeopardy.”