We use cookies to help us understand how you use our site, and make your experience better. To find out more read our privacy policy.
Profile image for Michael Haigh

Michael Haigh

Actor

Absent Without Leave

1992, As: Policeman - Film

Neighbourhood Watch

1990, As: Charles - Television

Send a Gorilla

1988, As: Mr Tack (opera teacher) - Film

Dangerous Orphans

1986, As: Dutchman - Film

Footrot Flats - The Dog's Tale

1986, As: Rugby commentator - Film

Worzel Gummidge Down Under

1987 - 1989, As: Seamus McCracker/Professor Pike - Television

Mr Wrong

1985, As: Mr Whitehorn - Film

The Ray Bradbury Theatre

1990, As: Mr Jessup - Television

Country GP - Tim's Commie Dad

1984, As: Bert Pratley - Television

Country GP

1984 - 1985, As: Bert Pratley - Television

Wild Horses

1984, As: Benson - Film

Rabbiter's Rest - A Fair Cop

1983, As: Sergeant - Television

An Age Apart

1983, Actor - Television

Among the Cinders

1983, As: Sgt. Crimmins - Film

Bad Blood

1982, As: Sgt. Cooper - Film

Carry Me Back

1982, As: Craig - Film

Loose Enz - The Pumice Land

1981, As: George - Television

Gliding On

1981 - 1985, As: Jim - Television

Keeling Over

1980, Narrator - Short Film

The Deep End - The Captain's Play

1980, Actor - Television

The Les Deverett Variety Hour - Episode

1978, As: Various roles - Television

The Les Deverett Variety Hour

1978, As: Various roles - Television

The Governor 2 - No Way to Treat A Lady (Episode Two)

1977, As: Judge Chapman (suitor at the ball) - Television

The Governor 3 - The Mutinous Lieutenant (Episode Three)

1977, As: Judge Chapman - Television

The Right to Know

1976, Actor - Short Film

Moynihan - You Can't Win 'Em All (Episode Two)

1976, As: Jarvis - Television

Moynihan

1976 - 1977, As: Jarvis - Television

Men and Super Men

1975, As: Bennett - Short Film

Close to Home

1975 - 1983, As: Derek - Television

Landfall - A Film about Ourselves

1975, As: Policeman - Television

Country Calendar - Fred Dagg

1974, As: Trevor - Television

One of Those People that Live in the World

1973, As: Dr Marshall (psychiatrist) - Television

Richard John Seddon - Premier

1973, As: McKenzie - Television

Gone up North for a While

1972, As: Personnel Officer - Television