Michael Michele Profile
Michael Michele is an American actress and fashion designer best known for her roles in two CBS television series: crime drama Dangerous Curves, as Malik Yoba‘s love interest on the police drama New York Undercover and primetime soap opera Central Park West.
Michael Michele Age
Michele is 55 years old as of 2021. he was born Michael Michele Williams on 30 August 1966 in Evansville, Indiana, United States.
Michael Michele Height
Michele stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches (174 cm).
Michael Michele Parents | Family
Michele Williams is the elder of two daughters to Jerry, a furniture-rental entrepreneur, and Theresa, who was employed by Bristol-Myers. She was named after her mother’s best friend, Michael Ann.
Michael Michele Husband
Michele has a son born in 2004. Information about her dating life is not known for she has managed to keep her personal life away from the limelight. It is therefore not known if Michele is dating or engaged to someone. Net Worth
Michael Michele Net Worth
Michele has an estimated net worth of $4 million.
Quick Facts About Michael Michele
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Michael Michele New York Undercover
Michele appeared as Sandra Gill, Sandy is an attorney in her late twenties in New York Undercover, an American police drama. Throughout Season 1, she had a romantic relationship with J.C. Williams. She became pregnant with J.C.’s child and agreed to marry him, but on the eve of their wedding, she was murdered by a criminal with a grudge against him. New York Undercover is notable for being the first police drama on American television to star two people of color. During the 1990s, many African-American viewers flocked to Fox’s Thursday-night lineup of Living Single, New York Undercover, and Martin, in contrast to NBC’s “Must See TV” on Thursday nights.
Michael Michele Dangerous Curves
Michele played the main role of Holly Williams, one of two former police officers in Dangerous Curves, a television series that aired on CBS as part of its late-night umbrella series lineup, Crimetime After Primetime. Gina McKay and Holly Williams, two former cops who work for the Personal Touch security service in Dallas, Texas, protect property and people from thieves and assassins in this series.
Marina Bonnelle is their boss early in the series, making Personal Touch security an all-female operation. Alexandre Dorleac, an agent for an Interpol-like organization that deals with international criminals and terrorists, takes her place, broadening Gina’s and Holly’s casework. Lt. Ozzie Bird, Gina’s lover, is a Dallas police detective who assists Gina and Holly with information and cases on occasion.
Michael Michele ER
Michele first appeared on the NBC cop drama Homicide: Life on the Street in 1998 as Det. For this role, she received her first NAACP Image Award nomination for Outstanding Actress in a Drama Series. While Homicide featured an ensemble cast, Andre Braugher’s portrayal of Detective Frank Pembleton made him a breakout star. In 1996, 1997, and 1998, the show received Television Critics Association Awards for Outstanding Achievement in Drama.
In 1993, 1995, and 1997, it became the first drama to win three Peabody Awards for drama. The Primetime Emmy Awards, Satellite Awards, Image Awards, Viewers for Quality Television, GLAAD Media Awards, and Young Artist Awards all gave it recognition. “Prison Riot” was ranked No. 32 on TV Guide’s 100 Greatest Episodes of All Time list in 1997.
Michael Michele Movies
- 2014 – Delirium
- 2009 – Relative
- 2007 – Judy’s Got a Gun
- 2006 – Company
- 2005 – The Hunt for the BTK Killer
- 2003 – How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days
- 2002 – Dark Blue
- 2001 – Ali
- 2000 – Homicide: The Movie
- 1998 – The Substitute 2: School’s Out
- 1997 – The 6th Man
- 1991 – New Jack City
- 1990 – Def by Temptation
Michael Michele TV Shows
- 2019 – Dynasty
- 2017-21 – Queen Sugar
- 2017-18 – Star
- 2016-18 – MacGyver
- 2016 – Blue Bloods
- 2015 – The Following
- 2011 – Gossip Girl
- 2011 – Eden
- 2007 – Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
- 2007 – House
- 2004-05 – Kevin Hill
- 1999-02 – ER
- 1999 – Law & Order”
- 1998-99 – Homicide: Life on the Street
- 1998 – Players
- 1998 – Peter Benchley’s Creature
- 1995-96 – Central Park West