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Michaela (they/them) is a non-binary queer actor and creator originally from Belmont, Massachusetts. They found a passion for performing at an early age and booked their first independent feature "Drive-in Horror Show" before high school.
They then went on to receive their BA in Acting at Pace University's School of Performing Arts; as well as receiving a certificate in Shakespeare from The London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts.
Michaela then played at a plethora of NYC theatrical houses including La MaMa ETC, The New Ohio Theatre, The Workshop Theatre and many more.
Michaela was then nominated "Outstanding Actress" by the New York Innovative Theatre Awards
for their portrayal of Katie in James McLindon's "Comes a Faery" which played at The New Ohio in NYC.
While in New York City Michaela worked on several independent features / shorts as well as working on two Investigation Discovery show's as well as working as a dancer on Amy Sherman Palladino's "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel".
They then relocated to Los Angeles to pursue TV / film on a broader scale. Since arriving to LA they have landed a supporting role in an Independent Feature titled "ROT" (Amazon, Nashville Film Festival, Another Hole in the Head Film Festival) and was a series regular on the podcast "Queens Who Quest" available on iTunes!!
After working as a series regular on the podcast "Queens Who Quest"; Michaela pitched the plot of the podcast to filmmaker Michael Kehoe and then went on to co-create, star, produce and wrote a live action sci-fi pilot based off of "Queens Who Quest" titled "Quest of Queens".
Michaela then went on to then star and produce in the short, "Runner" along side filmmaker David Armanino of Little Blondie films as apart of the LA 48 Hour Film Project, where they were nominated "Best Woman Filmmaker of 2020" !
They recently booked two episodes of Oxygen's "Buried in the Backyard" which will air next year as well as booking a "Carvana" commercial and is actively seeking new representation.