• American actress, movie producer and director Michelle Borth born in New York City in 1978
• Notable roles in "Shazam!", "Tell Me You Love Me", "Lucky You", "A Good Old Fashioned Orgy" and "Hawaii Five-0"
• Holds a black belt in karate, Instagram star with over 200,000 followers, dog-lover
• Age 44, brown eyes and hair, 5ft 8ins (1.73m) tall, estimated net worth of over $3 million
• Studied at Pace University in New York and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in art history and theatre in 2001

Who is Michelle Borth?

American actress, movie producer and director Michelle Borth was born in New York City USA, on 19 August 1978, making her zodiac sign Leo. She’s had roles in more than 30 movies and TV series, and is perhaps best known for playing Super Hero Mary in the hit 2019 action adventure comedy movie “Shazam!”, directed by David F. Sandberg, and which starred Zachary Levi, Mark Strong and Asher Angel. It follows a young boy who’s searching for his mother, and has along the way learned that he has superpowers; the film was nominated for 29 awards.

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Education and early life

Michelle and her two younger brothers were raised in New York City by their mother of Italian descent, who was a house restaurateur, and their American father who was a businessman; Michelle respects her family’s privacy, and rarely speaks of them in public.

She studied at John S. Burke Catholic High School, and became interested in gymnastics during her time there, dreamed of becoming a professional gymnast, but then discovered acting at a summer camp, and eventually chose it over gymnastics. She was 17 when she became a member of her school’s drama club, and started appearing in both theatre and school plays.

Upon matriculating in 1997, Michelle enrolled at Pace University in New York, from which she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in art history and theatre in 2001.

Roles in TV series

Michelle’s debut TV series appearance was her playing of Carly in the 2002 episode “P. P. Doc II: The Examination Continues” of the comedy “Off Centre”, and she could then have been seen playing Peggy in the 2004 episode “And the Silver Medal Goes To” of the comedy “Center of the Universe”, and Nikki in the 2005 episode “After Hours” of the comedy “Freddie”.

She began attracting attention in 2007, with her playing of the lead character Jaime in the romantic drama “Tell Me You Love Me”, created by Cynthia Mort, and which also starred Tim DeKay and Aislinn Paul. It follows the lives of three couples and their therapist, and the series won an AFI Award for TV Program of the Year. In 2008, Michelle appeared in an episode of both the mystery crime drama “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” and the drama “The Cleaner”.

In 2009 and 2010, she starred as Candace Butler, alongside Christian Slater and Anthony Carrigan in the crime drama “The Forgotten”, which was created by Mark Friedman; it follows a team of volunteers who are trying to discover the identity of two murdered people. Michelle could then have been seen playing Sharon Perry in two episodes of the 2010 action crime drama “Dark Blue”, and Major Rebecca Gordon in 13 episodes of the 2011 war drama “Combat Hospital”.

Michelle’s most recent TV series role has been her playing of Lieutenant Catherine Rollins in 60 episodes of the critically acclaimed action crime drama “Hawaii Five-0”, between 2010 and 2020. It was created by Leonard Freeman, Alex Kurtzman and Peter M. Lenkov, starred Taylor Wily, Scott Caan and Alex O’Loughlin, and follows Steve McGarrett and the task force Five-0 as they’re trying to find Steve’s father’s killer; the series won 18 of its 46 award nominations.

Roles in movies

Michelle’s debut film appearance was in the 2002 action drama “In Your Face”, while some of her following roles were in the later in 2002 short drama “Apartment”, and in 2003 the horror science fiction thriller “Silent Warnings” and the mystery crime drama “Wonderland”.

She gained recognition in 2007, when cast to play Girlfriend of Josh Cohen in the romantic sports drama “Lucky You”, directed by Curtis Hanson, and which starred Eric Bana, Drew Barrymore and Robert Duvall. It follows a poker player with big personal problems, as he’s competing in a tournament in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Michelle also attracted a lot of attention with her portrayal of Sue in the 2011 romantic comedy “A Good Old Fashioned Orgy”, which Peter Huyck and Alex Gregory wrote and directed, and which starred Tyler Labine, Leslie Bibb and Jason Sudeikis; it follows a group of men and women who are over 30 years old, and are trying to throw a summer orgy party.

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Some of Michelle’s following roles were in the 2012 adventure drama “Easy Rider 2: The Ride Home”, the 2016 thriller drama “Teenage Cocktail” and the 2017 short comedy drama “Playing It Straight”. In 2018, she portrayed Katie Rayburn in the drama “Conrad & Michelle: If Words Could Kill”, written and directed by Stephen Tolkin, and which starred Paula Marshall, Austin P. McKenzie and Bella Thorne; it follows the tragic teen romance of Conrad Roy and Michelle Carter.

Two of Michelle’s most recent film roles have been in the 2020 thriller “No Good Deed”, and the 2021 family drama “The Christmas Thief”.

Other credits

Michelle’s received three special thanks: for the 2013 comedy movie “Straight A’s”, the 2017 short comedy film “Playing It Straight”, and the 2018 short comedy drama “LA Hustle”.

She produced the 2010 comedy movie “Everything Will Happen Before You Die”, and directed the first episode of the 2020 talk-show “Unmuted”.

Michelle’s made a guest appearance in talk-shows “1st Look”, “Up Close with Carrie Keagan” and “Collider Heroes”, amongst others.

Love life and husband

Michelle hasn’t shared a lot about her love life with the public, but there are still two men whom she’s dated, that the public knows about.

Between 2001 and 2011, she was in a relationship with James Coxx, a popular American screenwriter, producer and director, who’s probably still best known for having directed the 1999 short movie “Atomic Tabasco”. Although Michelle and James split for unknown reasons, most of her fans believe that they broke up because James wanted marriage, and Michelle didn’t.

In 2013, Michelle began dating American actor, film producer and stuntman Justin Fischer, having met him on the set of the series “Hawaii Five-0”; most of Michelle’s fans believe that the two have been together to this day, although no evidence has been provided to support these claims.

Michelle might be in a relationship with Justin Fischer as of November 2022, hasn’t married and doesn’t have children.

Interesting facts and hobbies

Michelle was a gymnast for nearly 15 years.

She grew up practicing martial arts, and today holds a black belt in karate.

Michelle prefers hanging out with boys over girls, and has revealed that she enjoys being ‘one of the guys’.

She’s an Instagram star, having attracted over 200,000 followers on the social media network, while she’s posted nearly 600 pictures and videos; most of Michelle’s pictures show her during her everyday life.

She’s a dog-lover, and her pet dog Rummie Rue’s the star of many of her Instagram videos.

Michelle’s favorite actresses are Olivia Colman and Jessica Chastain, and some of her favorite movies include “The Lost Daughter”, “London Road” and “Them That Follow”.

Height, eyes and wealth

Michelle’s age is 44. Her eyes and hair are brown, her weight is about 135lbs (61kgs), and she’s 5ft 8ins (1.73m) tall.

Michelle’s net worth’s been estimated at over $3 million, as of November 2022.

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