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General Information

Name : Michael Allen Westen
Aliases : perry clark, michael mcbride,owen matthews,luc renard.
Gender :Male
Age : 315
Date of Birth : january 7th 1967
Place of Birth : Miami Florida
Nationality/Ethnicity : Caucasian
Sexual Orientation : Heterosexual
Religious Beliefs : N/A
Alignment :
Neutral Good-
A neutral good character does the best that a good person can do. He is devoted to helping others. He works with kings and magistrates but does not feel beholden to them. Neutral good is the best alignment you can be because it means doing what is good without bias for or against order. However, neutral good can be a dangerous alignment because when it advances mediocrity by limiting the actions of the truly capable.

Detailed Information

Appearance :https://cf.girlsaskguys.com/q1741120/a28ba427-0f8f-4ede-9e32-06f35c87b8ed.jpg Pre ghoulification.

Hair Color : Jetblack
Beard : Rough black with white specks.
Eye Color : greenish blue?
Skin Color : used to be white but after radiation bacon.
Build : Athletic
Other Information : "Thirty years of karate. Combat experience on five continents. A rating with every weapon that shoots a bullet or holds an edge."

Equipment and Attire : Usually combat armor of some sort if not at my shop.


Michael enlisted in the United States Army at the age of 17, wishing to get away from his father. Leaving with nothing but $50 and a change of clothes, Michael never turned back, and vowed to never return to Miami. He was an Army Ranger, and served in Special Forces. After a stint in the Army Combat Applications Group, Michael became a Covert Intelligence Operative for the CIA eventually becoming a high level field agent. He later claimed that he was happiest when he was in a different hemisphere from the rest of his family.

For the next 10 years, Michael served the United States of America in covert operations all over the world, though mostly in Eastern Europe and the OPEC countries. He was also known to have conducted operations in Africa and Ireland, the latter of which being where he met Fiona Glenanne.

Over the course of his career, Michael was very proficient as a covert operative. It was revealed in Past & Future Tense by a Russian operative named Alexi that his name was known by everyone in Russian Special Forces and was described as "like the boogeyman: Not real."

Although the details of most of his operations are still unknown, one of them was in Kiev in 1993. At this time, a team of Spetsnaz, the top Russian operatives, tried to sell a warhead. During this operation, Michael shot one of the team and no one ever saw them again.

Michael believes his unhappy childhood, mostly his father's responsibility, has helped make him into a natural covert operative, though as a result, it has made relationships difficult for him. With time, Michael became a cynic hardened by experience, though also soon reveals he has a soft, and sometimes vulnerable side.

While on assignment in Nigeria, Michael was paying off a Nigerian warlord. During the money transfer Michael's CIA contact informed him the mission was off, they had a burn notice on him. The warlord he was dealing with did not like that Michael wasn't able to provide what he had promised and proceeded to beat him. Michael narrowly escaped from him. He was severely beaten before escaping to the airport where he caught a plane. Once on the plane, he passed out and was then effectively dumped in his hometown of Miami without money or resources, unable to leave or risk "disappearing" completely.

Having been burned, his bank accounts seized, and his assets frozen, Michael is cut off from all of his contacts and flagged on every government list. Every spy's worst nightmare.

-Life in Miami-
Michael now has to find work that suits his unusual skillset and knowledge. He counts on longtime friends like Sam Axe, who informed on him to the FBI until midway through the first season, and Fiona to help him perform such tasks, while fighting with his mother Madeline Westen and trying to find out who burned him and why. Michael lives in a decrepit loft situated over a nightclub, with a bed, workbench, some barbells, a punching bag, no air conditioning, an oven, a few chairs, a mid-90's era computer, and a refrigerator filled with yogurt and alcohol. He obtained the loft in the pilot episode, when he assisted his Russian landlord and club owner by ridding a drug dealer Raymond, nicknamed "Sugar" who also lived on the premises. He also spends time at hotels in Miami, as well as his mother's house.

Upon returning to Miami, Michael was watched by the FBI & other agencies (Vaughn). It was revealed that he was burned in order to be recruited by a mysterious organization and is contacted by a woman named Carla. After Carla was killed by Fiona, Michael received an offer to replace her by a man referred to as the organization's "Management." He refused to take the job and lost the security detail and personal restrictions he had been under to protect him from the countless enemies he made as a CIA operative, choosing to be free from the organization's hold. It is later discovered that the organization was also protecting him from the rest of the world who were hunting the name Michael Westen.

Michael continued to work toward removing his burn notice and being reinstated in the CIA. Michael then approached CIA agent Diego Garza, who became his point of contact for the CIA. Michael was also approached himself and later threatened by Tom Strickler, an "agent to the spies" with powerful connections. Tom had tried to remove Fiona from Michael's life, and Michael subsequently killed him. With Tom dead, the incident sparked a chain of events that led Diego to be murdered by Mason Gilroy, a former MI6 spy and freelance black ops psychopath. Michael ended up working with Gilroy in order to find out his plan. Michael eventually found out that Gilroy was working on securing the release of a high risk fugitive named Simon Escher. Gilroy succeeded in freeing him but is later killed by Simon. In another revelation, Simon was the one responsible for the actions that got blamed on Michael when he was burned. Simon's profile was transferred to Michael. Simon forced Michael to bring Management to Miami but ends up being recaptured again when Michael overtook him.

After initially being taken away by the authorities, Michael is taken into Management's custody by use of their high level government contacts. A high-level member of Management named Vaughn, convinces Michael about a group of people in the world who are plotting assassinations, political coups, funding terrorist organizations, genocide and are using the terrible effects of such actions to greatly profit. Michael agrees to help Management in order to stop the organization that broke Simon out of prison. During the process of investigating, Michael accidentally burns a spy named Jesse Porter.

Despite the objection from Fiona and his own mother, Michael kept secret to Jesse about his role in destroying his life. Later, Jesse discovered Michael's deception and vowed revenge. Just before Jessie found out, Michael found a close link to the organization behind Simon and a mysterious book code contained within an out of print Family Bible, a power-broker and billionaire CEO of Drake Technologies, named John Barrett. Michael offered to trade him the stolen bible in exchange for shedding some light on who he's up against and what the Bible as a book code decrypts - the true identities of the organization that burned Michael. Management – the people who burned him – are hidden within the United States government, private-military corporations and various other powerful organizations. Barrett planned on recruiting Michael to help him eliminate them. During the exchange of the case, Michael was shot by Jesse during a confrontation of Vaughn's and John Barrett's team. Michael, bleeding, was taken by John Barrett. Michael then caused the car he was in to crash, leaving John Barrett dead. Michael survives the accident and manages to crawl out of the wreckage. With Michael bleeding out and unconscious, someone steals the case.

Michael eventually recovered from his injuries. With the help of Fiona, Sam, and Jesse, Michael was able to recover the information on Management. Michael and Jessie turned over the flash drive to Marv - in exchange for Micheal testifying to everything he knows about the organization, Jesse's old CIA handler. Seconds after the handoff Marv is killed by men posing as Homeland Security agents and the flash drive is stolen by Tyler Brennen, an enemy Michael makes during the second season, who dislikes him even more after their next encounter in season three, and is one of the most intelligent villains he has encountered. Brennen, threatening to expose Michael's betrayal to Vaughn, blackmailed Michael into killing the people who on the list who burned him. Brennen is murdered by Larry Sizemore who was recruited by Brennan to be Michael's partner for the killings. Michael was able to defeat Larry, but Vaughn found out of Michael's betrayal. Vaughn and his team goes after Michael and those around him but is arrested. Michael was then taken by two mysterious men to Washington, DC and was met by an unknown acquaintance. The unknown acquaintance turns out to be Raines, Michael's former recruiter, who helps Michael hunt down every member of The Organization

After taking down The Organization, Michael is, officially, still burned but he is unofficially working with the CIA as a freelance spy. Another spy Michael had been working with, his handler, Max, is murdered and Michael is framed for the murder. Agent Pearce, who's been sent by the CIA to investigate Max's murder and serve as Michael's new agency contact. Michael must do what he can to aid the CIA's investigation while keeping the evidence from leading to his own doorstep. After he finds the killer is a Russian named Tavian Korzha the CIA lets Michael go to talk to him where he throws himself off a 5-story, unfinished, parking structure. Larry comes back and kidnaps Anson Fullerton, holding his wife hostage, forcing Michael to help him breaking into the British consulate, frame several British government personnel, and gain two million dollars. Larry reveals that he plans on killing Michael after Fi and Sam find Anson's wife had been blown up. Fiona plants a small explosive to kill Larry. The building suddenly explodes from the bottom, killing 2 security guards inside. It turns out that Anson planted the bomb and framed Fi and he is the founder of Management and threatened to have the CIA and MI6 after Fi if Michael does not do his dirty work. Eventually, Fiona grows tired of Michael working for Anson and turns herself into the FBI when Anson tries to get Michael to burn a CIA Operations team for him. Michael arrives at the Federal Building as Fiona is turning herself in. Michael becomes extremely angry and chases Anson to a chemical plant in the Florida Keys. Anson outwits, rigging the building explode and attaching the detonator on a dead man switch. Michael yet again despite the support of Agent Pierce and the CIA with Michael vowing to go after Anson dead or alive.

After having worked with Rebecca, Anson's partner, who was also blackmailed by him like Michael, he tracks Anson down to Atlantic City and goes after him to take him with Jessie, Pearce and Nate. Michael's life takes a turn for the worse when a Barret M82 .50cal (even though the gun's assembly and diagram labeled it as .950cal) sniper rifle, shot by Tyler Grey, kills his younger brother, Nate as well as Anson. As such, Michael, Madeline, Sam, Fiona, and Jesse are all hell-bent on exacting revenge for Nate's murder.

Eventually, Michael, with his former mentor Tom Card helping him, tracks Nate's killer, Tyler Grey, to Panama. After Michael successfully captures him, Grey reveals Card was the one who pulled the strings behind Anson's death, since Card had been working with Anson and Card decided to kill Anson to keep him from talking. The mission to Panama was supposed to be a suicide mission for Michael and his friends. After barely escaping Card's air strike, Michael and the others attempt to get back to Miami, all the while learning that Grey had been lied to by Card about what he was told about Michael. After realizing Michael wasn't the person he was told, Grey agrees to help Michael take down Card.

Returning to Miami, Grey assists Michael in gathering intel on Card, but when Card discovers Grey's betrayal, Card kills Grey, makes it look like a struggle and tries to convince Michael that they can do "great things" and has always been proud of him. For a moment, it appears that Michael is nearly convinced to go along with Card's plan to make the killing of Grey out to be self-defense. However, Michael, unable to forgive Card for what he did and knowing what he's capable of, shoots Card through the head despite Card having put his own gun away.

The killing of Card puts Michael and the entire group on the run with Olivia Riley leading the pursuit. After going to great lengths to secure the necessary supplies to leave the country with new identities, Michael discovers another way to resolve his conflict with Riley. With her reputation on the line after failing to arrest Michael, Riley "sells out" many government agencies to the cartel in exchange for their help in providing a hit squad to find and kill Michael. With the leverage gained by exposing her corruption, and after making a new deal to help the CIA in a deep cover mission, Michael is able to negotiate for the freedom of his friends.

The deep cover mission sends Michael into the Dominican Republic where he struggles to ensure his friends and family remain free of the agency's grasp (as their continued freedom is contingent on his success), to get close to his new target, and to adjust to a solitary life while his friends back in Miami adjust to life without Michael. Slowly but surely the mission causes Michael to sacrifice his morals as proven by literally "sleeping with the enemy" and assassinating an old friend. As his mission reaches its end, Michael discovers that the CIA has tasked Simon Escher to lead the extraction team in charge of rescuing Michael and capturing James and Sonya.

Knowing that Simon is "a monster," yet seeing how the CIA chooses to work with him anyway, Michael finds himself in a moment of deep personal crisis that causes Michael to flinch in his loyalty to the CIA. Instead of securing their capture, Michael escapes with James and Sonya. Michael is forced to tell James the truth--that he is working with the CIA--when James blames Sonya for their near-capture. Michael then reveals his newly found belief that he's wasted his life working for the CIA. James is conflicted as he can see Michael's sincerity and potential benefit to the group, but he is unsure of how to handle Michael's betrayal.

James ultimately decides the best course of action is to turn over leadership of his network to Sonya and Michael while allowing himself to be captured by the CIA. During this time, Michael's friends detect that Michael is not acting like himself and they become concerned staging a kind of intervention. After engaging Sam in a fist fight, Michael escapes his friends to return to James and Sonya. Fiona, however, interrupts their plan by coming to the building where James is to be captured by the CIA. Sonya insists that Fiona cannot become a problem and raises a gun toward her. Michael is then faced with the dilemma that leads into the series finale--does he let Fiona die and complete his conversion from his past life, or does he save Fiona and put himself back at odds with James?

Michael chooses to kill Sonya and save Fiona. James witnesses this from his helicopter, becomes enraged, and orders his men to kill Michael and Fiona. Sam and Jesse help Michael and Fiona escape and go on the offensive by tracking down a data center used by James's organization. Michael, Sam, and Fiona steal data that could be used to unravel the entire organization while Jesse is protecting Madeline and Charlie elsewhere. James arrives to confront Michael and threatens to have everyone killed including Madeline and Charlie. However, Madeline chooses to sacrifice her life to kill James's hit squad and protect Jesse and Charlie. Sam escapes the building while Michael and Fiona engage James and his men the climactic fight of the series.

The fight ends with the explosion of the entire building and the apparent deaths of Michael and Fiona. Strong tells Sam and Jesse that Michael will get a star on a CIA memorial as a hero to his country and a funeral is held for Madeline, Michael and Fiona. Later it's revealed that Michael and Fiona are alive, having escaped the building moments before it exploded. In what is presumably Ireland, Michael and Fiona are shown to have settled down with Charlie. Sam and Jesse are perhaps the only people who know Michael and Fiona are alive as indicated by Sam's comment that they missed a hell of a funeral, and as implied by the fact that Michael and Fiona have Charlie with them despite Charlie having been with Jesse at the time of their presumed deaths.

Origin Story : Read background^^^

Skills and Attributes :

Michael is highly skilled and extremely clever, displaying his abilities by quickly thinking on his feet, improvising electronic devices from commonly available commercial equipment (e.g. radios, cell phones etc.) and using ordinary items (ranging from duct tape to cake frosting) in highly unorthodox ways in order to complete a job.

Michael also became an expert martial artist, with around 30 years of training and experience in karate. Westen has also demonstrated proficiency in the Russian martial art Sambo. He has received special operations training, has combat experience on 5 continents, and remarked that he holds "a rating with any weapon that shoots a bullet or holds an edge".

Michael speaks several different accents that help him act out different persona, including Southern accent, Boston accent, Irish accent, New Jersey, and etc. He has shown proficiency and fluency in Russian, Farsi, and Arabic. Throughout the series, Michael has, ironically, shown little to no knowledge of Spanish, but by the time he was sent to the Dominican Republic, he had learned to fluently speak Spanish.

Michael has profound knowledge in the art of war that helps him create strategies and tactics in various combat situations such as seizing, breaching, defending, high-speed chasing, and capturing enemies. Almost more than half of his preformed plans often has to be altered due to unknown factors such as intrusion of new enemy personnel, reduction of collateral damage, or entering unfavorable terrains. He has demonstrated incredible improvisation skills that often turned the tides of the battles.

Michael often uses psychological warfare as the key component of his missions. He often prioritizes finding out enemy weaknesses and focuses on intimidating the enemies into hiding or deceives them until they are forced to fight the local law enforcements, rival enemies, or each other. Thus he is not an unstoppable juggernaut who can take down an army on his own but more of a virus who will break his adversaries from within systematically with wit, knowledge, and unbreakable conviction to uphold justice. To orchestrate such plans, he is aware of the behaviors, structures, and rules of various types of criminals such as local drug lords and international arms dealers as well as the those of law enforcement agencies and other clandestine services such as the police, FBI, and NSA. He has also studied interrogation tactics that are effective without the use of brutal coercion.

Though not on par with a medical professional, Michael has sufficient knowledge of the human body to apply emergency treatment on the field and gauge the physiological changes of operatives in calmer situations such as stake-outs to intense firefights.

In addition to his trade-craft, Michael has also studied civilian life and behaviors such as the inner workings of night clubs. His knowledge of banking and finance has proven pivotal to his missions.

Perhaps his most important skill is his ability to blend in and lie by assuming different identities which has helped him infiltrate criminal organizations located in both foreign and domestic.

Michael is also a decent cook ranging from various ethnic cuisines like Persian.

Relationships :read background ^^

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PostSubject: Re: Michael Westen's Character biography   Michael Westen's Character biography Icon_minitimeMon Nov 20, 2017 6:07 am

Copy-paste the burn notice wiki, bomb my neighborhood, see if I care.
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PostSubject: Re: Michael Westen's Character biography   Michael Westen's Character biography Icon_minitimeMon Nov 20, 2017 5:37 pm

my character is michael westen so yea copy paste, didnt claim it was original i always said what my character was.
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PostSubject: Re: Michael Westen's Character biography   Michael Westen's Character biography Icon_minitimeTue Nov 21, 2017 7:32 am

Westen wrote:
The fight ends with the explosion of the entire building and the apparent deaths of Michael and Fiona.

GG bro. Sad
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Seems pretty good. Very Happy

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