She was awarded a scholarship to The Academy of Professional Ballet where she studied and apprenticed throughout her teenage years.
Michelle Clunie spent much of her childhood performing in plays, operas and recitals as an actress, dancer and violinist.
She splits her time between Los Angeles and New York City and lives with her French Bulldog, Jimi, and her son, Dashiell.
Clunie has always been one to speak out for things she passionately believes in.
During her five seasons on Queer as Folk she became a vocal advocate for Human Rights, and for the last 15 years has dedicated much of her time to fighting for Full Equality.
US is a 21st-century love story set against the backdrop of the 2008 Presidential election and examines the power struggles in both politics and the bedroom.
It dissects how people meet, communicate, copulate and fall in love in the age of constant media and technology. Finch, on MTV’s most successful scripted series to date, Teen Wolf.
At 23 years old Clunie’s Los Angeles stage debut earned her a Dramalogue Award for Best Actress in in Dean Orion’s A Comedy of Eros performed at the Skylight Theatre.Additional stage highlights include her portrayal of Abby in Neil La Bute’s West Coast premiere of The Mercy Seat at the Ford Theatre, and the world premiere and Off-Broadway production of US, written and performed by Clunie at New York City’s Lion Theatre at Theatre Row.Michelle Renee Clunie (born November 7, 1969) is an American actress. She was awarded a scholarship to The Academy of Professional Ballet where she studied and apprenticed throughout her teenage years.She is perhaps best known for her roles as Melanie Marcus on Showtime's critically acclaimed series Queer as Folk and as Ellen Beals on Make It or Break It. At 19 years old she sold her violin for 0 and moved to Los Angeles, California to pursue her acting career.At 19 years old she sold her violin for 0 to move to Los Angeles in pursuit of her acting ... Join us for a live Facebook Q&A with Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets director Luc Besson Thursday, Nov.