|Born||Middletown, New Jersey|
|Occupation||Film, Television, and stage actor|
Mulheren's Broadway debut was in 1995 in On the Waterfront, after previously appearing in The Fantasticks's off-Broadway run in the 1980s. He also appeared in the 1997 production of Broadway's The Titanic. Other Broadway credits include The Boy from Oz and La Cage aux Folles; his performance in Kiss Me, Kate earned him Drama Desk and Tony Award nominations. Mulheren also appeared on Broadway in Deuce, which starred Angela Lansbury and Marian Seldes.
Mulheren appeared in the Broadway run of Aaron Sorkin's The Farnsworth Invention, as well as in Matthew Lombardo's Looped. He also appeared in the rock musical Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark as J. Jonah Jameson. The production was directed by Julie Taymor and featured music by U2's Bono and The Edge. The show premiered in November 2010 and closed in January 2014. 
Mulheren has performed in several Encores! concerts, including Li'l Abner (1998), Do Re Mi (1999), and Of Thee I Sing (2006). His most recent Encores! concert performance was in Damn Yankees in 2008 at the New York City Center. He co-starred along with Veanne Cox and Randy Graff.
Television and film
Mulheren has guest starred on several TV shows including Royal Pains, White Collar, Rescue Me (playing Chief Perolli), Law & Order, 30 Rock, The West Wing, and Lipstick Jungle. He has also appeared in the films Fool’s Gold, Invincible, Bringing Out the Dead, and The Curse of the Jade Scorpion, among others.
|1991||Johnny Suede||Fred Business|
|1997||White Fang||Beauty Smith|
|1999||Bringing Out the Dead||Cop in elevator|
|2001||What's the Worst That Could Happen?||Judge Callahan|
|2001||The Curse of the Jade Scorpion||Herb Coopersmith|
|2002||Ash Wednesday||Detective Pulaski|
|2007||The Ten||Carvin "Big Buster" Waggle|
|1990||Wish You Were Here||Ted||Episode: "Paris"|
|1993||NYPD Blue||Minetta's bartender||2 episodes|
|1997–2006||Law & Order||Judge Taylor||10 episodes|
|1998||Mad About You||Rude Man||Episode: "Season Opener"|
|2000||Third Watch||Johnson||Episode: "The Lost"|
|2000||Third Watch||Sergeant||Episode: "The Tys That Bind"|
|2001||Ed||Hal Schaefer||Episode: "Opposites Distract"|
|2002||Law & Order: Criminal Intent||Agent Wallis||Episode: "The Insider"|
|2002||Family Law||John Montag||Episode: "Ties That Bind"|
|2002||The West Wing||Statehood Supporter||Episode: "Election Night"|
|2004||Law & Order: Special Victims Unit||Judge Taylor||Episode: "Families"|
|2004–2006||Rescue Me||Chief Perolli||13 episodes|
|2005||Law & Order: Trial by Jury||Judge Taylor||Episode: "Pattern of Conduct"|
|2008||Lipstick Jungle||Lou Peterman||Episode: "Chapter Twelve - Scary, Scary Night!"|
|2008||Life on Mars||Patrolman||2 episodes|
|2009||Kings||Col. Mathie Shore||Episode: "Javelin"|
|2009||30 Rock||Gordan Breckman||Episode: "Audition Day"|
|2009–2012||Royal Pains||Jim Harper||4 episodes|
|2011||Curb Your Enthusiasm||Drunk Passenger||Episode: "The Hero"|
|2011–2012||Person of Interest||Captain Lynch||3 episodes|
|2012||NYC 22||Duty Officer Duffy||Episode: "Firebomb"|
|2014||Salem||George Sibley||10 episodes|
|1995||On the Waterfront||Truck|
|1997–1999||Titanic||John B. Thayer|
|1999–2001||Kiss Me, Kate||Second Man||Nominated—Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical
Nominated—Tony Award for Best Featured Actor in a Musical
|2003–2004||The Boy from Oz||Dick Woolnough/Dee Anthony|
|2004–2005||La Cage aux Folles||Edouard Dindon|
|2007–2008||The Farnsworth Invention||Leslie Gorrell|
|2011–2014||Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark||J. Jonah Jameson|
- Van Benthuysen, Gretchen C. "Local actor lands part in Broadway’s ‘Spider-Man’".Culture Klatch. Aug 20 10.
- "The Fantasticks". Lortel Archives/Internet Off-Broadway Database.
- "Michael Mulheren (actor)". BroadwayWorld Database.
- "Deuce". Internet Broadway Database. The Broadway League. Retrieved May 1, 2013.
- Flynn, Kevin (August 10, 2011). "All the Editors That Are Fit to Spoof". The New York Times.
- Hernandez, Ernio (July 8, 2008). "PHOTO CALL: Encores! Damn Yankees with Hayes, Krakowski and Jackson". Playbill.