Michael Patrick Lane Net Worth

Michael Patrick Lane was born on 1945, is Actor, Producer, Writer. Michael Patrick Lane was born in Bryan, Texas, to Becky Lane (teacher) and Fred Lane (courier). He is the oldest of two children.His first acting job was in the musical Godspell at age 9 with Brazos Valley TROUPE in Texas. From there he went on to sing another decade in musical revues and concerts, including performances with Barry Manilow and The All-State Choir.Michael attended college for business and finance in Texas before teaming up with Nikki Pederson Talent and landing scholarships for various acting schools across the US. He changed course and accepted scholarships to train with master Meisner teacher, Kathryn Gately, at Northern Illinois University and continued his training with Anthony Abeson and The Barrow Group in New York City.After some commercial success with Paradigm and a few bit parts in movies and TV, Michael began mentoring with actors 30 years his senior and went on to book his first major supporting role as Earl Hutchins in Sun Records opposite of Chad Michael Murray working with the Oscar and Emmy nominated duo, Roland Joffe and Leslie Greif. Within 18 months he went on to book 3 movies and 17 guest stars with extreme range, versatility and a leading man quality. He is currently filming Dynasty for The CW (us) and Netflix (Intl)
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Actor, Producer, Writer
Birth Year 1945
Age 75 YEARS OLD
Nickname(s) Bronco
Allegiance United Kingdom
Service/branch British Army
Years of service 1961
Rank Major
Unit Special Air Service
Battles/wars Aden Emergency Dhofar Rebellion Operation Banner
Awards British Empire Medal Military Medal
Other work Mountaineer

💰 Net worth: Under Review

Biography/Timeline

1945

Born in 1945 in Manchester, Lane attended the Ullswater Outward Bound School in 1960 and joined Junior Leaders Royal Artillery in 1961. He volunteered for Service in the 7th Parachute Regiment Royal Horse Artillery in 1964 and was selected for the Special Air Service in 1967. He fought in the Aden Emergency, Oman and in Northern Ireland where he was awarded the Military Medal.

1968

Bronco joined the Army Mountaineering Association (AMA) in 1968 and took part in AMA expeditions to the Canadian Arctic in 1972, Indian Himalayas in 1973, Nuptse, Nepal in 1975. 1976 saw him joining a joint British-Nepalese Army expedition to Everest under the command of Lt. Col Tony Streather. The expedition succeeded in putting Lane and fellow SAS colleague Brummie Stokes on the summit on 16 May. After summiting Lane and Stokes were caught by bad weather and were forced to abandon their descent. The pair bivouacked in a snow hole near the South Summit for the night. Stokes tried and failed to attach an oxygen bottle to his face-mask. Lane had to remove his glove to attach the bottle but after an hour his hand was frozen. After the night in the open both men's feet were badly frostbitten. Back home in England doctors attempted to save the men's toes but the condition of their feet deteriorated in the summer heat. Eventually he felt a tingling sensation in his foot and after removing his dressing found maggots in one of his toes which he removed with a cocktail stick. Lane lost his toes as well as the thumb and top halves of his fingers on his right hand.

1976

Lane had his five fingers and 10 toes preserved in formaldehyde and kept them behind the regimental mess. When the National Army Museum approached him seeking items to commemorate his climb in 1976 Lane presented them with his severed digits together with an ice axe he used during his climb. Lane stated at the time that "I don't think it was quite what they were expecting...but I haven't got any use for them any more and I thought it would be nice to see them exhibited." The toes were not in good enough condition to be exhibited but the fingers were placed on display on a wooden plinth.

1978

He continued mountaineering, climbing in the Canadian Rockies in 1978-9 and Mount Kenya in 1983. In 1984 he led an expedition to Everest Tibet and was deputy leader of the Joint Services Everest Nepal 1992. He has also been involved with several Antarctica expeditions.

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