Michelle trained at the Royal Ballet School and performed as a lead singer/dancer in London's West End for several years before retraining as a classical actress at the Bristol Old Vic. She graduated from Bristol in 2007 winning the Newton Blick Award. She has worked extensively in film, television, theatre and voiceover both in the US and London. In 2017, Michelle won the Maverick Award at the Action on Film International Film Festival.
Film credits: Go Back to China, Samir, Fake Empire, A New York Christmas, Nation, Alexander, The Lost Legion, Deserted, Nowhere Band and Francis McGee is not for Sale. Television credits: The World Untold (host), Entanglement, The Fall of Reach (series regular), Strike Back (HBO - series regular), Doctors (recurring), Casualty, Uncle Max. Theatre credits: The Book, Pitching In, Nation, Othello, Abortive, Much Ado About Nothing, A Midsummer Night's Dream, The Seagull, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Beauty and the Beast, The Wind in the Willows, Basildon, Egyptian Products and The Haunted House. Video Games: Fire Escape, Masquerada: Songs and Shadows and Kelly - 087 for the Halo franchise.
A Chicago native, Maddie studied at the Piven Theatre and Chicago’s famed the Second City and earned a Goodman Theatre award, before making the move to study at UCLA undergrad.
TV credits include Little Fires Everywhere (Hulu), a recurring role on Season 9 of Shameless (Showtime), Christmas at Pemberley Manor (Hallmark), F**ked Up (HBOGo), VERSUS (AwesomenessTV), Self Promotion (MTV), and feature films Camera Store (Netflix) starring alongside John Larroquette, Unbroken: Path to Redemption (Universal).
You can look out for her next in feature film Timecrafters: The Treasure of Pirate's Cove opposite Malcolm McDowell and Denise Richards and Season 2 of Dead Girls Detective Agency on Snapchat.
Kelly stars in the new Disney 1/2 hour series Sulpher Springs. Her television credits include recurring roles on Criminal Minds, Teachers, Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders, LA's Finest, The Flash, Rake, Anger Management, NCIS, NCIS: LA, The Family Business and film work includes: Legacy, Danger One and Exquisite Corpse.
Kelly produced a night of one acts in Los Angeles, With Love From California, to raise money for disaster relief in Houston & Puerto Rico in 2017 and recently produced her first short film My, What a Lovely Vase.
Kelly hails from Texas and graduated from Loyola Marymount University and the conservatory program at The Second City.
Allie Leonard is a Los Angeles based actor and writer. Originally from Washington DC, she has her BFA with honors from NYU Tisch School of the Arts (PHTS, ITW Amsterdam). She's also studied at Lesly Kahn & CO, UCB, The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Studio Theatre, and Shakespeare Theatre Company.
TV credits include General Hospital (ABC), The Tick (Amazon), Billy on the Street (truTV). NY Theater credits include The Wolves (dir: Lila Neugebauer), That Poor Girl and How He Killed Her (dir: Mike Donahue).
She is currently in post-production on two short films directed by her mentor, Keith Powell, that she wrote, produced and starred in. On stage, she recently starred as Tess, the jaded campaign manager, in the world premiere of Holiday Kinard’s play Lincoln 2020.