Mini Bio (1)
Michelle Lulic is an actor, writer, and avid coffee drinker.
After graduating from Rutgers University with a B.A. in Journalism, Media Studies and Theater Arts, Michelle returned to her home state of New York to continue her training and begin her career acting in film and television.
In 2016, she made her television debut as Celia Cooney (famously known as the "Bobbed Hair Bandit") on the Travel Channel series, "Mysteries at the Museum," and ended up appearing in multiple episodes of the show as different notable women throughout history.
With a flair for drama, Michelle also took on lead roles in the horror feature film, "The Girl in the Cornfield 2: Where Demons Dwell," and as the voice of Sabina in the crime/thriller animated short, "Sabina: Prey for the Hunter."
She then found her way behind the camera, making her directorial debut with the short science fiction film, "Fine," in which she also starred and wrote. It premiered at the 2018 Big Apple Film Festival and screened across the festival circuit, winning Best Sci-Fi Short and Best Acting Duo at the L.A. Independent Shorts Awards in 2020. "Fine" is now streaming on Amazon Prime Video.
Michelle returned to television in the world of true crime with roles on Investigation Discovery's "Hometown Homicide," "Diabolical," and "Pandora's Box: Unleashing Evil." She then landed the role of Becka alongside America's favorite fictional serial killer, Dexter Morgan (Michael C. Hall), in Showtime's highly-anticipated revival series, "Dexter: New Blood."
Michelle resides in New York City and loves spending her days drinking good coffee, going for long walks, and sharing new ideas with friends.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Lee Nessel