"MICHELLE LULIC IS TERRIFIC...
WE NEED TO SEE MORE OF HER"
- Jeremiah Kipp, Director (Slapface, Diabolical)
Michelle Lulic is a native New Yorker, actor, screenwriter, filmmaker, and avid coffee drinker.
After graduating from Rutgers University with a B.A. in Journalism, Media Studies, and Theater Arts, Michelle landed a role on the award-winning web series, Mythos. She followed that up with an appearance on the Netflix-streaming series, Brown Nation, and continued her training in New York at MN Acting Studio.
She later appeared in multiple episodes of the Travel Channel series, Mysteries at the Museum, and landed roles on Investigation Discovery's Hometown Homicide, Diabolical, and Pandora's Box: Unleashing Evil.
In writing, her first television comedy pilot script, Leased, placed as a Quarterfinalist in Screencraft's 2017 Pilot Launch Competition. She then wrote, starred in, and made her directorial debut with her first original short film, Fine. It premiered at the 2018 Big Apple Film Festival and screened across the festival circuit: Winning Best Sci-Fi Short and Best Acting Duo at the L.A. Independent Shorts Awards in 2020. Fine is now streaming on Amazon Prime Video.
Her original dramatic monologue piece with which she wrote, filmed, and starred in, titled Terminal, was also awarded the Grand Jury Prize for Best Monologue from the Imagine Rain Independent Film Awards.
During the global pandemic, Michelle made her way behind the microphone voicing the role of Sabina in the animated short film, Sabina: Prey for the Hunter. She also took on her first audiobook, the sci-fi epic, The Rose Galaxy, and appeared as a guest on the Film Betties and Murder Speaks podcasts.
When she's not on-set, Michelle's favorite place to be is in the perfect window seat of a coffee shop surrounded by good company, great coffee, and deep conversations about life.