Michael O'Hearn has appeared in the movies Barbarian , Keeper of Time , and had a minor supporting role in Death Becomes Her , as well as starred as Clark Kent / Superman in the popular Sandy Collora fan film World's Finest (opposite Clark Bartram as Batman ).  O'Hearn was also on the American Gladiators -like show Battle Dome from 1999 to 2001 where he played Michael O'Dell. In March 14, 2008, Michael made a guest appearance on the NBC soap opera Days of Our Lives , playing a bartender. On July 8, 2008, Michael made a guest appearance on NBC's Celebrity Family Feud as Titan with fellow Gladiators Wolf, Venom, and Jet.  On February 4, 2009 Michael made a guest appearance on NBC's Knight Rider (2008 TV series) , episode 14 as a cage fighter.  and in 2011 he appeared in a season 7 episode of It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia titled "How Mac got fat" as Mac's Avatar. In June 2011, Mike also played the part of "the bodybuilder" in Season 1 Episode 9 of Workaholics, "Muscle I'd Like To Flex".
John Michael Talbot's passion to find great peace and meaning explains why his recordings and teachings are so powerful! He has the message and song to change lives!
Billy Ray Hearn, Founder of Capitol Christian Music Group
Almost every morning on the way to work I listen to John Michael Talbot. He is one of the great Catholic voices of our times - not just as a musician, but through his speeches and writings. I highly encourage you to seek him out and engage him to inspire your parish or group.
Matthew Kelly NY Times Best Selling Author, Founder of The Dynamic Catholic Institute
I first saw John Michael Talbot in concert 37 years ago. It was truly a life-changing experience. And I was able to see him LIVE again. I truly believe God is using JMT in new and powerful ways... RIGHT NOW. Go and see for yourself. This is a rare and unique time to see a rare and unique musical talent - and a true minister of the gospel. A Troubadour for the Lord!
Tom Booth Dove / Grammy Award Nominated Recording Artist / Oregon Catholic Press
I’ve known John Michael for more years than I’d like to remember. (I’m old). I’ve spent weeks with him on the road, and seen him deal with all kinds of high pressure situations, both onstage and off.
John’s heart has always revealed the love and compassion of Christ. His music is uniquely his own and has profoundly ministered to tens, if not hundreds of thousands over the years, maybe even millions.
Barry McGuire - Pop Music ICON, "Eve of Destruction"