Michelle is an extremely versatile actress – adept at both comedy and serious drama. She started her career working in repertory theatre and doing National tours (of productions such as ‘Daisy Pulls it off’, ‘Once a Catholic’, ‘The Ballad of Mary Barton’, ‘King’s Rhapsody’, ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’, etc) and, at the age of twenty, was spotted by a TV director and offered her first TV part – playing the Nurse in the Children’s TV series ‘Woof’. She took a break from acting to pursue a career in TV Production – during which time (as well as editing, vision mixing and directing) she had a script optioned for television. On returning to acting she has focussed almost exclusively on TV/Film/Video and voice over and, over the last few years, has played lead roles in numerous films, infomercials, corporate videos and animations. She has also done lots of role play work and a number of commercials. Occasionally likened to Julie Walters or Elizabeth Taylor Michelle has a wide emotional range and fabulous comic timing. Her sensitivity to character and her intelligence is reflected in her ability to play diverse roles – from the most vulnerable individuals to regular tyrants.