We have this feeling that we can't
do anything, that we're only one person

but if you can help just one person, then together we can change the world.


Mike C. Manning

Actor & Producer

Mike C. Manning is an actor and producer most known on screen for his roles in MTV's "Teen Wolf," Disney's "Cloud 9" and the third installment of the faith-based blockbuster "God's Not Dead."



Other acting credits include: "Hawaii Five-0," "Major Crimes," the award-winning SXSW film "M.F.A.," and Johnny Martin's thriller "Delirium." Mike is seen in the upcoming WWII drama "D-Day" and in the Spike Lee civil rights film "Son of the South."
After being named an "up and coming producer to remember" by the New York Post for his work on the Showtime documentary "Kidnapped for Christ" alongside Lance Bass and Tom DeSanto ("Transformers"), Mike has been involved with dozens of films including "Jinn" which won Best Narrative at SXSW, acquired by MGM, the Netflix Original "The Death and Life of Marsha P. Johnson" with Oscar-nominated director David France, the Tribeca comedy "Folk Hero & Funny Guy," and the homeless youth documentary "Lost in America", featuring Halle Berry, Rosario Dawson and Tiffany Haddish.
Mike is on the board of Thirst Project and an Ambassador for the anti-bullying organization Boo2Bullying. After lobbying Congress on behalf of equal rights and environmental organizations in Washington D.C., Mike now hopes to use art to create change and inspire others to do the same.