Michelle Hurd was born in New York City on December 21, 1966. Her father is the late Hugh Hurd, a civil rights activist and a film and stage actor.

A 1988 graduate of Boston University's Acting School and a performer in the National Theatre of Great Britain, Michelle has performed on stage, film and television. She made her Broadway debut in "Getting Away With Murder." Her other Broadway and Off Broadway performances include "Othello," "Hunchback of Notre Dame," "AMI," "Hot Keys," "Hamlet," "The Constant Couple," and "900 Oneonta." She won a Robby Award, a California theater award, for best supporting actress in a drama for her work in the South Coast Repertory Theatre’s world premiere of Richard Greenberg’s play "The Violet Hour."

Michelle’s has starred in various films including "Dead Silence," "Personals," "Random Hearts" and "Double Parked."

Michelle’s tv guest appearances include "Law & Order," "The Cosby Mysteries," "Single Life," "Players," "The Fugitive," "Charmed," "The O.C.," "Kevin Hill" and "Bones." She’s had recurring roles in "New York Undercover," "The Practice," "Malcolm & Eddie," "Skin," "According To Jim" and she had a regular/recurring role in "Law & Order: SVU." Michelle starred in the Showtime series "Leap Years" and the daytime drama "Another World."

Michelle's film credits include the following:

Check out the following sites for additional information about Michelle:

Michelle Hurd@Internet Movie Database
Michelle Hurd@Tv.com
Michelle Hurd@Wikipedia
Michelle Hurd@Hollywood.com

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