Michelle Arthur

Originally from England, actress Michelle Arthur has become a well-known figure in American movies and television. Training at the Actors Centre in London and earning her first screen role in a 1987 television ... Read more »

Filmography

Actor (15)

Saving Mr. Banks 2013 (Movie)

Polly (Actor)

Battleship 2012 (Movie)

British Newscaster (Actor)

Thin Ice 2012 (Movie)

Karla Gruenke (Actor)

Head Case 2006 - 2009 (TV Show)

Actor

Charlie Wilson's War 2007 (Movie)

Refugee Camp Nurse (Actor)

The Number 23 2007 (Movie)

Sybil (Actor)

Happy Feet 2006 (Movie)

Voice of Adelie Chicas (Actor)

Mission: Impossible III 2006 (Movie)

Airline Worker (Actor)

Fun With Dick and Jane 2005 (Movie)

Dick's Secretary (Actor)

The Terminal 2004 (Movie)

Field Reporter (Actor)

Seabiscuit 2003 (Movie)

Marcela's Friend (Actor)

Leap of Faith 2001 - 2002 (TV Show)

Actor

Clockwatchers 1998 (Movie)

Dianne--the Shoe Lady (Actor)

Players 1997 - 1998 (TV Show)

Actor

Goldeneye 1995 (Movie)

Anna (Actor)

Biography

Originally from England, actress Michelle Arthur has become a well-known figure in American movies and television. Training at the Actors Centre in London and earning her first screen role in a 1987 television adaptation of Jane Austen's "Northanger Abbey", Arthur attracted Hollywood's attention with a brief appearance in the 1995 James Bond installment "GoldenEye", followed by a comedic turn in 1997's "Clockwatchers". The actress's first recurring role in a television series came in 2002 when she played Abigail in "Alias", and for the next few years she found steady work lending her voice to video games such as "X-Men Legends" and appearing in popular series like "Lost" and "Grey's Anatomy". A big break came in 2005 when Arthur played Jim Carrey's secretary in "Fun With Dick and Jane", leading to parts in the blockbusters "Mission: Impossible III" and "Happy Feet", and another role alongside her "Fun With Dick and Jane" co-star Jim Carrey, as Sybil in the 2007 thriller "The Number 23". From 2007 to 2009, Arthur played her most high-profile role yet, as Lola in the TV comedy "Head Case", a series she also co-wrote with co-star Alexandra Wentworth. In 2011, Arthur appeared in the feature "Thin Ice" with Greg Kinnear and on the "Grey's Anatomy" spin-off "Private Practice".

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