If the opposition wins, Lebanon will indeed enter into a period of long instabilityMarch 8 victory destabilizing May 29, 2009
I could tell the fans were excited, but I was just trying to stay with my planMichael Young reaches 200-hit level again Sep 27, 2007
This legislation will help to keep religious freedom at the forefront of foreign policyCongress commended on religious freedom Nov 21, 2003
Adolescents are at the stage of development where they're trying to show their autonomy. They're trying to come up with their own identityAbstinence based program effective Oct 02, 2002
She had thought that her parents really didn't care, that they were too busy for her, but she found out that wasn't the caseAbstinence based program effective Oct 02, 2002
Michael Young is an American actor and television host.
He has a 25-year entertainment career encompassing all areas of production. A TV Emmy Award winner (recognized for ABC's Kids Are People Too!, ESPN Sports, Young Talent Time and CBS' Miss Teen USA) he was also part of the launch teams at CNBC, and The Disney Channel. Michael began his career at QUBE, the world's first interactive TV network, created by Warner Communications, where his show won cable TV's first ACE award for entertainment series. He made a cameo as a celebrity guest on the June 30-July 4, 1986 week of Super Password, helping win $50,000 for his contestant partner on July 4, 1986.
Michael was born March 8, 1952 in Montgomery, Alabama. His father was a career Air Force Officer and Michael immediately moved to Tokyo, Japan. His elementary education was in Texas, Colorado, Paris France, and McLean, Virginia. He attended Langley High School,Wagner High School at Clark AFB in the Philippines, and International School Bangkok in Thailand and was the Senior Class President, graduated in 1970. He attended Auburn University and received a BA in Pre-Law Political Science. He was member of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity, and Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities.