|Height||5' 9" (1.75 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
Born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Shelley Mack started modeling at the age of two. After living in Norway as an exchange student in her teens, Shelley returned to Minnesota where she later earned her Bachelor's Degree in Broadcast Journalism from the University of St. Thomas, St. Paul.
Shelley has studied all over the world including, England, Ireland, Spain, New Zealand and Norway. Additionally, she studied extensively at the highly respected American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco.
She has acted on television, film and stage, as well as in numerous print ads and television commercials.
Shelley's most recent television credits include Co-Starring on the popular Joss Whedon series "Dollhouse" (2009), a supporting role on Saturday Night Live (1975) TV Funhouse (2000) and a recurring role on NBC's Las Vegas (2003). She has also Guest Starred on LAX (2004) in addition to her principal roles on the popular soaps Days of Our Lives (1965) and Passions (1999). Her early credits have included, among others, The X Files (1998) and Suddenly Susan (1996).
She starred in the award-winning Indie feature film Statistics (2006) and The Life Coach (2005) as well as the short films Six Months Later (2005), Something Sweet (2004) and Stunt C*cks (2004).
Among her theater credits from the American Conservatory Theater, San Francisco are: "Beyond Therapy," Last Summer at Bluefish Cove" and "A Boy's Life."
Shelley enjoys volunteering for people with special needs. Her interests include yoga, running, dance, camping, nature, travel, interior design, reading, skiing, hosting and cooking.
An Avid dog-lover and rescuer, Shelley heads her own non-profit rescue foundation: Hounds of Hope, in Los Angeles.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Linda Reitman