Michelle Hurd





12/21/1966 , New York, New York, USA

Birth Name

Michelle Hurd




Michelle Hurd was the daughter of the late Hugh Hurd, who was a civil rights activist and film and stage actor. Michelle graduated from Saint Anne's School in 1984 and also graduated from Boston University Acting School in 1988. After graduating, Hurd went on to perform in the National Theatre of Great Britain.

Hurd also performed on Broadway. Her Broadway debut was in the performance Getting Away With Murder. Hurd's other Broadway performances include "Othello," "Hunchback of Notre Dame," "AMI," "Hot Keys," "Hamlet," "The Constant Couple," and "900 Oneonta." She won many awards, such as the Robby Award and a California Theatre award for best supporting actress in Richard Greenberg's "The Violet Hour".

Michelle starred in several films, including Justice League of America, Random Hearts, and Dead Silence.

Michelle’s tv guest appearances include "Law & Order," "The Cosby Mysteries," "Single Life," "Players," "The Fugitive," "Charmed," "The O.C.," "Kevin Hill" and "Bones." She’s had recurring roles in "New York Undercover," "The Practice," "Malcolm & Eddie," "Skin," "According To Jim" and she had a regular/recurring role in "Law & Order: SVU." Michelle starred in the Showtime series "Leap Years" and the daytime drama "Another World."