Mike Dopud portrayed Michael Vinson on The 100. He was a part of the recurring cast in Season Five.

Life and Career Edit

Dopud was born in Montreal, Canada, the second son of a Yugoslavian family. Mike speaks three languages fluently (English, French, and Serbian). Graduating with a degree in Physiology and International Business Administration from Southern Illinois University where he was a four-year letterman, Dopud went on to a pro-football career in the Canadian Football League that was cut short by a knee injury. After rehabilitating his knee, he found himself back on skates playing pro hockey in the Minor Leagues. Plagued by injury, his sports career ended abruptly.[1]

For full filmography, see IMDb.

Notes and Trivia Edit

  • He is married to Angela Schneider. They have 3 children.
  • He, Amanda Tapping, Mairzee Almas and Roger Cross (Cole McAdams) all worked on "Dark Matter".

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External Links Edit

Mike Dopud on IMDb
Mike Dopud on Twitter @dopudmike

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