Michelle is a determined, efficient, eager, passionate and driven professional. Michelle began her performing journey in 2019 when she entered a competition at Mix 94.5 radio for a comedian who has never performed to appear on stage at the Astor Theatre for Laugh out Loud for Telethon. Michelle sent in her audio and won and enjoyed every minute of performing comedy in front of a large audience. From there, Michelle has gone on to perform stand up comedy at Fremantle Comedy Factory, a Perth nightclub, Stirling Arms at Guildford and made it to the semi finals for RAW comedy at Perth Comedy Lounge. Michelle’s newfound love of performing moved into acting and in 2020 attended Perth Film School for and completed the Hollywood Package which consisted of beginners, intermediate and advanced acting with a showreel. Just recently Michelle has been recommended by the Director of Perth Film School to perform voiceover for a digital company who has partnered with Youth Legal Services and plays the voice of an animated policewoman.
Born in the UK, Michelle moved to WA in 2014 with her husband and three children and works mainly as a prison nurse whilst she works hard at perfecting the art of acting and builds up her performing career.
Michelle is down to earth, approachable, accommodating and a hard working person who remains focused and committed to performing.
Michelle intends to continue building upon the craft of acting through future classes and will be enrolling in Annie Murtagh-Monks acting classes in 2021 and is looking to work on any TV series, film, TVC’s, presenting or theatre productions.