Michelle Blundell is a stage, film and television actress from Auckland, New Zealand. She is well known to New Zealand audiences after being cast as Louise Nicholas in Consent - The Louise Nicholas Story, directed by Rob Sarkies, which won Best Television Feature at the New Zealand Film Awards.
Her television credits include Shortland Street, Go Girls, The Almighty Johnsons, Piece of My Heart and Irirangi Bay. Michelle has appeared in New Zealand films I'm Not Harry Jensen, Apron Strings, and the short films Pelorus and A Women’s Right to Shoes.
Theatre performances include Silo Theatre's The Book of Everything, Holding the Man, The Real Thing, Peter and the Wolf, Tanya Goldberg's The Blind Date Project, The Moving Theatre Company's The Pitchfork Disney, Auckland Theatre Company's The Crucible, Eigengrau from Potent Pause Productions and most recently, Pool (No Water) from Burrowed Time and Illogical Limbs.
Michelle is attentive to encouraging the unique abilities and creativity of each individual. She welcomes opportunities to support emerging performing artists who are wanting to develop their skills and those considering future training for stage or screen.