Michelle Lulic is an introvert with a sprint that commands the attention of Manhattan's busy streets. This native New Yorker first stepped on the stage performing a monologue from the play, The Trestle at Pope Lick Creek, at only 12 years old. Her love for Spielberg movies and medical shows has since led her from the stage to the screen.
She's best known for her recurring guest star roles on Travel Channel's Mysteries at the Museum -- ranging from the "Bobbed Hair Bandit" of the 1920's to a 1960's lover who escaped across the Berlin Wall. She can also been seen on the Investigation Discovery shows Hometown Homicide, Diabolical,
and Pandora's Box: Unleashing Evil.
When she's not on-set, Michelle's favorite place to be is in the perfect window seat of a Brooklyn coffee shop reading scripts and writing her next passion project. Her first short film and directorial debut, Fine., is currently in festivals.
Booked Lead In Upcoming Indie Short Film
March 10, 2020
Michelle is so excited to be joining the cast of the upcoming indie short film, Room 254, in the lead role of Rosaline -- an artistic, career-focused woman who unexpectedly falls in love while serving Jury Duty.
Currently in Pre-Production!
Directorial Debut, Fine., Screens Festival Circuit
February 15, 2020
Fine., was nominated for Best Local Short Film at the Westfield International Film Festival and nominated for Best Sci-Fi Short at the New York Long Island Film Festival.
It first premiered at the Big Apple Film Festival and went on to screen in her hometown as a part of the
Long Island International Film Expo.
Next up, it will be screening as an Official Selection of the Garden State Film Festival on Sunday, March 29th!
On-Set For the Indie Short Film, Appetite
February 28, 2020
Michelle played a Server in the upcoming indie short from the Besties Make Movies producing team. She had a ton of fun on-set for the day playing along with the rest of the cast and crew.
Pictured above: Michelle in costume!
"Michelle Lulic is terrific...
We need to see more of her."
- Jeremiah Kipp, Director
Pictured: Still from Investigation Discovery's Diabolical
Dream Maker Talent Management
Manager - Maryann Raposo