|Day of Birth||7 November 1969|
|Place of Birth||Portland, Oregon, USA|
Growing up in Portland, Oregon, Michelle Clunie, who has won critical and popular audiences for her portrayal of the beautiful, intelligent, human Melanie Marcus of Showtime’s groundbreaking series Queer as Folk, may possibly incorporate learned number of specifics about playing a lesbian. But it was certainly there that she developed the talent, integrity and dedication to craft for which she is now known, regardless of the role she chooses. A gifted dancer, she accepted a scholarship to the Academy of Professional Ballet, and performed with the company until her focus turned to acting and she moved to Los Angeles. In addition to her featured and guest-starring roles on television drama/comedy series, she way too worked in Los Angeles on action, and in (year) designed and starred in the original play A Comedy of Eros for which she received the Drama-Logue Award for Best Actress. Clunie devotes time outside her professional pursuits to Destination Foundation, a non-profit organization that grants dream trips to men and women in the San Francisco Bay area who are dwelling with life-threatening ailment. She has also toured in The Vagina Monologues in performances which raised funds to fight violence againstwomen.
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