Throughout his entertainment career as an accomplished actor, Michael Tolan graced the silver screen many times. Tolan's earliest roles were in film, including the crime picture "The Enforcer" (1951) with Humphrey Bogart, the Steve Cochran drama "Inside the Walls of Folsom Prison" (1951) and the Randolph Scott western "Forth Worth" (1951). He also appeared in "The Greatest Story Ever Told" (1965) and "Hour of the Gun" (1967). He also appeared in the TV special "Mo and Jo" (CBS, 1973-74). In the seventies, he acted in "The Senator" (NBC, 1970-71) and "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" (CBS, 1970-77). Tolan focused on film in more recent years, appearing in the comedy "Talk to Me" (1982) with Austin Pendleton and the dramatic adaptation "Presumed Innocent" (1990) with Harrison Ford. He also had a part in the TV miniseries "Loose Change" (1977-78). Tolan most recently acted in the crime drama "Perfect Stranger" (2007) with Halle Berry.