Michael-Leon Wooley was an actor who worked in television most of his Hollywood career. Early on, Wooley landed roles on various television sitcoms, including "Cosby" from 1996-2000, "Rescue Me" from 2003-2011 and "The Knights of Prosperity" from 2006-07. In the early stages of his Hollywood career, Wooley held acting roles in films like the Beyoncé Knowles box office smash dramatic adaptation "Dreamgirls" in 2006.
Following that project, he appeared in the drama "My Father's Will" in 2007 with Ione Skye and the fantastical comedy "Ghost Town" in 2008 with Ricky Gervais. In the early 2000s and the 2010s, Wooley lent his talents to projects like "Ugly Americans", "Austin & Ally" and "Premium Rush" with Joseph Gordon-Levitt. His credits also expanded to "Penn Zero: Part-Time Hero". Most recently, Wooley voiced characters in the Adam Sandler smash hit comedy sequel "Hotel Transylvania 2" in 2015.
Wooley's voice has been behind many television advertising campaigns for companies such as Reebok, General Motors, McDonald's, Dairy Queen, K-Mart and the Oxygen Network. Wooley is also the voice of the demon boss, Twayne, on Comedy Central's Ugly Americans.