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Michelle Krusiec

Michelle Krusiec

Whether performing as an actor, writer or fashion model, Michelle Krusiec is one of the most promising young talents in Hollywood today. Her widespread appeal comes from her ability to assimilate into both dramatic and comedic roles, whiles embracing the essence of a true Hollywood ingénue.

Krusiec's impressive career on the big screen continues to unveil itself. She was recently seen in the Disney hit comedy Sweet Home Alabama, starring opposite Reese Witherspoon, Daddy Day Care with Eddie Murphy for 20th Century Fox as well as The Duplex directed by Danny DeVito and starring Ben Stiller. Previous film credits also include MGM's 2002 Sundance Film Festival debut Pumpkin opposite Christina Ricci, the indie romance Pursuit of Happiness opposite Frank Whaley and Annabeth Gish, and Nixon starring Sir Anthony Hopkins.

No stranger to television, Krusiec traveled to over 50 countries, hosting two seasons of the Discovery Channel's adventure program, Travelers. Immediately following, she was cast as a series regular on NBC's unconventional family comedy One World. The diversity she has attained as an actor reflects in the roles she has played on such series as HBO's Mind of the Married Man, Without A Trace Titus, Popular and ER.

Krusiec proves that compelling drama and raw humor can emanate from one talent when she penned and starred in her critically acclaimed one-woman show, Made In Taiwan. She braved the crowds of HBO's U.S. Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen, Colorado, premiering the show to sold out houses in this highly prestigious and competitive event. Both Daily Variety and the Hollywood Reporter proclaimed Made In Taiwan one of the top shows at the festival, while also earning her spot in the latter's Top Ten Rising Talents to Watch.


Note: This profile was written in or before 2003.

Michelle Krusiec Facts

OccupationActress, Model, Writer
BirthdayOctober 2, 1974 (43)
SignLibra
BirthplaceFallon, Nevada, USA

Selected Filmography

Not available.