Micah Joel Beals is a white man born and raised in Michigan, United States. He has prior convictions in different parts of the U.S. including California, Michigan and Washington.
Amid the new coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic in 2021, Beal lived in an apartment on the Lower East Side in Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA. He previously lived in Brooklyn, New York City, in Grand Rapids, Michigan, in Fort Lauderdale, Florida and in different parts of California including Venice, Van Nuys, Los Angeles and North Hollywood.
As an actor, Beals also goes by Micah Femia. He starred in commercials for several brands including Direct TV, McDonald’s, Volkswagen and Walmart and in public service announcements against smoking and drugs.
The Michigan native composes and produces original music and he has acted in theater performances in Michigan, New York City and Chicago, Illinois, USA. Here are 13 more things about him:
- He is 5’7″ tall. His registered weight is 165 lbs.
- From 1992 to 2002, he attended the School of Grand Rapids Ballet in Grand Rapids as a scholar.
- In 2002, he was charged with driving with an expired registration plate in Kent County, Michigan.
- In 2004, he graduated from the New York Conservatory of Dramatic Arts in New York City.
- He played a teenager in the “CSI: NY” episode “Zoo York,” which aired on October 12, 2005.
- He played a disc jockey in the short film “Beat the Street,” which was filmed in Hollywood, Los Angeles and released on January 18, 2007.
- He played a guy in the “A Guy Walks Into a Bar” episode “Your Mom,” which aired on January 20, 2011. He appeared in the “Bad Weather Films” episode “The King’s Speech,” which aired on April 29, 2011. He played a clubgoer named Len in the “Parks and Recreation” episode “The Fight,” which aired on May 12, 2011. He played Adam in the 2011 short film “Sati Shaves Her Head” and a hippie in the 2012 short film “Savages.”
- In 2012, he was charged with malicious destruction of property in Kent County, Michigan. He appeared in the “Bad Weather Films” episode “Rap Battle,” which aired on March 30, 2012.
- In 2013, he was arrested on a misdemeanor charge in Washington and he eventually pleaded guilty. He starred in the short film “Closer,” which was released on February 19, 2013. He played Abraham in the feature film “Pop Star,” which was filmed in Los Angeles, and Michael in the short film “Sincerely.” Both were released in June 2013.
- In 2014, he was charged with driving without a valid license and giving false information to a police officer in Kent County, Michigan.
- After the riot in the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C., USA on January 6, 2021, he was arrested in the city on a curfew violation.
- On October 1, 2021, Confront Art installed a George Floyd statue made by Chris Carnabuci in Union Square Park in New York City. Wearing a dark green jacket and black shorts riding a skateboard, he allegedly threw silver paint on the statue at around 10:15 a.m. on October 3, 2021.
- He was 37 years old when he was arrested at this third-floor apartment on the Lower East Side at around 4:30 a.m. on October 25, 2021. He was charged with second-degree criminal mischief, according to the New York Police Department‘s Hate Crimes division. At his arraignment in Manhattan Criminal Court on October 26, 2021, he was ordered released without bail. Right after his release, he was arrested again for questioning in another crime. He was accused of possessing an ammo clip.