A Boston native, Mike has been an entertainer & comedian since he met up with an embryo.
His career started in the early 90's with radio, television & print appearances while also performing with an improv comedy troop in Boston's famous theater district.
He got his first shot & taste at stardom when he was cast in a national ad campaign for Jim Beam Bourbon Whiskey
-"Smooth, mellow & refined."
The rest is comedian text book history, he has traveled around the country emceeing fundraisers, corporate, charitable and private events & has made numerous appearances on stage, radio & television.
Find him on the web with his weekly update "The Mikey V Minute."
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Famous fashions at benefit auction
tonight! You can go home with the Comme des Garcons alpaca coat Carly Simon wore to the 1996 Grammys, if you've got the cash. Not your thing? How 'bout an Armani suit - 42 regular - that Dylan McDermott wore on "The Practice"? Or an ABC News jacket from Diane Sawyer's wardrobe? Perhaps a jacket worn by Drew Bledsoe, or maybe something from Doug Flutie, Julia Child
Michael Viselli of Everett believes he may have what it takes to compete on the next installment of CBS's hit show, "Survivor," to be shot in the Australian outback. "I'll eat bugs. I'll eat kangaroo meat. I'll eat sand sandwiches," the 29-year-old high-tech recruiter/actor says. He may just get that chance. Viselli says he was told he just missed the cut for the current desert-isle "Survivor," an
WXKS-FM's Randy isn't the only radio personality to make the initial cut for the new CBS adventure-reality game show "Survivor." Julie Devereaux, an evening DJ for WBOS-FM, is also among the 50 local semifinalists for the program that will drop 16 contestants onto an island off the coast of Borneo to fend for themselves in front of a camera. (The show becomes a contest when the group starts votin
If you've noticed the TV commercials for Kiss 108 and Mix 98.5 radio promotions and can't tell one from the other you've got reason. Purely by chance brothers Michael and Scott Viselli were picked to play similar roles in the competing ads. When they aren't confusing audiences, the look a-likes are models and local actors.
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