Michele Greene is a bi-lingual American actress, writer and singer. She was born in Las Vegas, Nevada and moved to Los Angeles when she was an infant after the untimely death of her father. The family moved in with her maternal grandparents, Carmen and Arturo. Michele grew up in a bi-lingual household, rich in Mexican and Central American traditions. She attended Fairfax High School and USC, receiving a BFA in Theatre. She studied under Duncan Ross, James Wilson, Kate Fitzmaurice, Louis Fantasia, Peggy Feury among others. She studied voice with Ron Manuel-Ellison, Robert Edwards. She has appeared in numerous television series and was a regular cast member of the groundbreaking NBC series, L.A. Law, for which she received an Emmy nomination for her role as Abigail Perkins. She has starred in many cable and television movies as well as theatre productions in Los Angeles and Canada. She was a founding member of the band, Sangre Sabia, and has recorded two critically acclaimed CDS, Ojo DE Tiburon and Luna Roja for Appleseed Recordings. She is the author of two young adult books, Chasing the Jaguar (Harper Collins) and Keep Sweet (Simon and Schuster), both of which are in development for television. She is the Artistic Director of Adelante Arts Collective, a performing arts program that works with under-served communities and at-risk youth. She is an avid swimmer, equestrian, skier and mountain hiker.