Michael Callan is an American actor.
Born Martin Harris Calinieff in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Callan began his career as Mickey Calin, and it was with this name, he appeared on Broadway in The Boy Friend, Catch a Star and West Side Story.
Callan's film career began in 1959 where he was contracted with Columbia Pictures and had roles in two films, They Came to Cordura and The Flying Fontaines. Although he was unable to reprise his West Side Story role of Riff in the film version due to his contract with Columbia, he did dance in the film Gidget Goes Hawaiian. His screen credits include The Interns, The New Interns, with Barbara Eden, Mysterious Island, The Victors, Cat Ballou, Leprechaun 3 and Stuck on You. In August 1965 he signed a four picture deal with Columbia and was mentioned as a possible star for Marooned then being directed by Frank Capra.
In 1966, Callan landed the lead role of Peter Christopher in the NBC Television sitcom Occasional Wife. At the time Callan was married to the former Carlyn Chapman. The young couple lived in Beverly Hills and had two daughters, Dawn Rachel and Rebecca. He engaged in a 12-hour day filming schedule with weekends off for the production of the half-hour television series. Callan soon divorced Carlyn and was married for a time to Patricia Harty, the actress who played his "occasional wife" in the series.