Since graduating from UNITEC with a Bachelor of Performing Arts, Michelle Langstone has worked in New Zealand and Australia across a wide variety of television shows, movies, commercials and theatre performances.
In 2005, Michelle scored a role on the award-winning Australian series McLeod's Daughters. The part won her international attention and garnered her a nomination as Most Popular New Female Talent at the Australian Logie Awards. She spent two years working on McLeod's Daughters before returning to New Zealand in 2007.
Michelle's other TV credits include Being Eve, Street Legal, Spin Doctors, The Strip, Power Rangers, This is Not My Life and Shortland Street. Her film work includes For Good, which won her the Best Actress Award at the St. Tropez Film Festival in 2003, as well as Separation City and After the Waterfall.
Michelle has also starred in a number of theatre productions, including The Lover, directed by Caroline Bell-Booth.