Michael Culkin is a veteran actor of film, screen and theater. An actor of British origins, Michael began his screen career in 1992 with the horror film Candyman, starring Virginia Madsen and Tony Todd in the title role of the killer 'The Candyman'. Three years later, he reprised his character of Philip Purcell in "Candyman: Farewell to Flesh" (1995). His name also ties in with Luc Besson's 1997 Sci-Fi futuristic adventure "The Fifth Element" starring Milla Jovovich and Bruce Willis. His small-screen appearances include "Highlander", "Our Mutual Friend" and "Inspector Morse" during the 1990s. Into the early to mid 2000s, Michael found a balanced amount of work between television and feature films. His work in the late 2000s included "Treasured Island" in 2007 as Captain Smollett. In 2009, he played a devious government project director in the Bulgarian-filmed Sci-Fi feature "Star Runners" (TV), followed that same year by the dark fantasy drama "Dorian Gray" starring Ben Barnes. He is best recognized as Judge Buller in the BBC period series drama "Garrow's Law" (TV).