Michelle was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1998 along with her past band members from The Mamas and The Papas.
Michelle is a activist of the theory Stay Out Of Direct Sunlight. She attributes her beauty to that theory.
Michelle gave birth to her second son in 1982, his name is Austin Haines.
Michelle married Robert Burch in 1978 but they divorced shortly after in 1980.
Michelle released her first solo single in 1976 titled No Love Today which was used in the movie Mother, Jugs and Speed.
Michelle recorded the vocals as a cheerleader along with singer Darlene Love for the movie Basketball Jones.
VH1's 100 greatest women of Rock N Roll: Michelle was ranked 23rd.
Michelle married Grainger Hines they divorced but had a child from their marriage.
Michelle was born Holly Michelle Gilliam but decided to drop the use of her first name for stardom reasons.
Michelle appeared on Intimate Portrait as herself in 2003.
Michelle finished taping and now aired movie Knots Landing Reunion Together Again.
Michelle has a film which is filming now titled 3055 Jean Leon that will be released in 2006.
Michelle was a member of the band The Mamas and The Papas.
Michelle appeared at the Monterey Pop Festival in 1968.
Michelle song California Dreaming was used and she was credited for the song appearing in the block buster hit Forrest Gump.
Michelle was credited for her song Creeque Alley in the movie Little Boy Blues.
Michelle was Anne Matherson Summer in the TV awaited series movie return of Knots Landing: Back to the Cul-de-Sac.
Mrs. Rye is another character Michelle played in the movie The Prince of Air released in 2000.
Michelle played the part of Erma in the 2005 film Unbeatable Harold.
Michelle has appeared in several films. One was Kids in America in 2005 as a singer.
Some of Michelle's work is credited under The Mama and the Papa, or Mamas and Papas.
Michelle was born on June 4th 1944 in Long Beach, California.
Michelle was once the step-mother of actress/singer Mackenzie Phillips.
Michelle's Soap Opera Digest Award Wins: Knots Landing (1991).
Michelle's Soap Opera Digest Award Nominations: Knots Landing (1992).
Michelle's Soap Opera Digest Award Nominations Knots Landing (1986).
Michelle: It's been a very tumultuous couple of years.
Michelle: When a woman is incarcerated, she's expected to give up her freedom, but not her soul.