|Date of Birth:||1968 September 14|
|Age:||49 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States|
|networth||$ 15 Million (2017)|
|place_of_birth||Chicago, Illinois. U.S.|
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In 2013, Stafford created and featured in her own comedy-drama web series, "The Stafford Project". She as of now stars as Nina Clay on the ABC daytime musical show "General Hospital."
Michelle Stafford was born on 14th September 1965 in Chicago, Illinois, the United States. At a young age, her parents moved to Montrose, California; where she and her older were raised. Subsequent to moving on from secondary school, Stafford pursued her fantasy of modeling.
Stafford began her career as a model and worked in Europe and Asia. Following a year in Italy, she understood her enthusiasm lay in performance and she relocated to Hollywood.
In 1990, Stafford played in Fox musical show "Tribes". The show was crossed out following 3-month airing on Fox. She later showed up in two plays directed by Charles Durning in Los Angeles stage and co-featured in a few minor films.
In October 1994, Stafford started what should be a short part of Phyllis Summers on the American CBS Daytime musical show "The Young and the Restless". Her work awed the producers and she was put on contract. Later, Stafford left the show to seek other career opportunities, and she was supplanted by Sandra Nelson in 1997.
The same year, she was cast as the lead character in Aaron Spelling primetime musical drama "Pacific Palisades". The show was crossed out after 13 episodes. She later featured in Two Guys and a Girl, JAG and Diagnosis: Murder. She also made an appearance in the 1999 thriller "Double Jeopardy" alongside Ashley Judd and psychological thriller "Attraction", with Tom Everett Scott.
In July 2000, Stafford was taken back to the musical show by former head author Kay Alden. From December 2006 to February 2007, Stafford played double parts on "Y&R", depicting Sheila Carter, earlier played by Kimberlin Brown. In May 2013, it was reported that Stafford would be leaving the musical show following sixteen years in the role. Stafford later left the show on 2nd August 2013.
In 2004, Stafford worked as a hockey reporter for The Best Damn Sports Show Period. in 2007, she was featured in Lifetime film "Like Mother, Like Daughter". Stafford likewise showed up on Tyra Banks' television show to help Tyra through "soap opera school." In 2012 she showed up as Lauren on the web series "The Grove", made by Crystal Chappell.
She additionally guests starred in Ringer, Frasier, and Charmed. Stafford consequently propelled her web arrangement, "The Stafford Project", in view of her own life and battles, with the first scene debuting on her YouTube Channel on 5th August 2013. The arrangement got positive audits from Critics
In 2014, Stafford came back to daytime TV with the part of Nina Clay, the spouse of Dr. Silas Clay (played by Michael Easton) on the ABC musical drama, "General Hospital". She co-starred with Tom Sizemore in the 2015 independent film "Durant's Never Closes".
Stafford gave birth to little girl Natalia Scout Lee, by means of her incipient organism and a gestational surrogate on Monday, 21st December 2009. In October 2015, Stafford welcomed her second kid, a child Jameson Jones Lee.
In spite of the measure of activity that is required to be a fruitful actress in Hollywood, Michelle still sets aside a few minutes to add to such philanthropic attempts as The Hollywood Education and Literacy Project and Citizens Commission on Human Rights. She says “You come to the realization that you have to help." She was honored by the National Foundation for Women Legislators due to her works in promoting human rights.
In 2016, Stafford propelled a skincare product line called Skin Nation. The items are said to be natural, normal, gluten-free, vegan and brutality free.
As of 2017, Michelle Stafford's net worth is estimated to be $15 million dollars. Her earning mainly flow from her acting, endorsement and her product line. This outstanding actress also owns a two-story house in Glendale, California.