Actor Mike Dusi

Mike Dusi (born March 11, 1981) is an American actor and producer.

Early life

Dusi’s family is originally from Albania. He was raised in Queens, New York and lives in Los Angeles, California. He originally trained as an MCSE, but quickly dropped that when it didn’t fit his active lifestyle. His cousin later introduced him to acting, but he didn’t take it seriously until he moved to Los Angeles.


Dusi favors action and comedy films, where he makes use of his Shotokan skills. Dusi’s latest film is named Mikeyboy, which he produced. It tells the semi-autobiographical story of an Albanian-American family who work in a pizzeria and share their modern Albanian traditions. In 2011, he was associate producer on All’s Faire in Love, a comedy about dueling renaissance fairs. He also began work on How Hard Can It Be, a mockumentary set in Ozone Park, Queens about a local pizzeria worker who decides to make films.


  • Desert of Blood (2006)
  • Dorm of the Dead (2006)
  • All’s Faire In Love (2009), associate producer
  • Hit and Run (2009)
  • Ecommando (2010)
  • Kissing Strangers (2010)
  • Amy Allyson Fans (2011)
  • Mikeyboy (2013)
  • A Foreign Exchange Love (2014)
  • External Links

    Actor Mike Dusi – Wikipedia

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