Florida-native, Michel Dominguez Beddome, began singing and acting her way through life at the age of four while attending Julie Rohr Academy for the Performing Arts. She continued following her creative passion through high school all the way to the Big Apple where she attended NYU Tisch School of the Arts. While at NYU, Michel explored various forms of acting through David Mamet’s Atlantic Acting Studio, the Experimental Theater Wing, etc. 

Michel graduated from NYU with a BFA in theater in 2013. She has since gotten the opportunity to explore all facets of production through her work with tv and commercial production companies—like TV Boy LLC—to learn what goes on behind the camera. Her most recent pursuits include directing and writing.

Raised by two Mexican parents, Michel is a first generation Mexican-American fluent in Spanish. Like the other Latina ladies in her family, Michel loves to dance and move her body.  She has a strong background in many forms of dance such as tap and modern, but can also throw a mean punch after many years of training in the boxing ring. Her first favorite book was The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein, but her latest and ever-changing favorite is Rebecca by Daphne Du Maurier. She is an avid traveler—having been to twelve countries and counting—enchanted with every opportunity to learn about other cultures, languages, dialects & accents, and people. Through acting and directing, Michel, is devoted to sharing the stories of others around the world.