Michele Weaver is on her way to becoming a major force in Hollywood.
This Haitian-American most recently landed a series regular role in the new NBC pilot, COUNCIL OF DADS as well as a lead role in Netflix’s Anthology Dolly Parton Theatre ‘If I Had Wings” with the emmy-award winning Gerald McRaney, Delta Burke, Ben Lawson and Brooke Elliott. She also starred as Nuri in OWN’s straight to series, hour-long romantic dramedy LOVE IS _, created by Mara Brock Akil and Salim Akil.
On the big screen, she most recently shot the thriller NIGHTHAWKS with Chace Crawford. She also starred in ILLICIT with Vivica A. Fox, SISTERCODE with Amber Rose, Drew Sidora and Eva Marcille and Syfy’s 2 LAVA 2 LANTULA. Her other television credits include ABC Family’s SWITCHED AT BIRTH and FOX’s COOPER BARRETT’S GUIDE TO SURVIVING LIFE, among many others.
She was first noticed as the star in two short films; the 1960s musical DIANA LEIGH and the drama THE DAUGHTERS OF EVE. She also played Dorothy Dandridge in THE NICOLAS BROTHERS TRIBUTE and MARILYN ‘A NEW MUSICAL’ at the 1400 seat Alex Theater.
Weaver attended Pepperdine University and majored in Theatre Acting and Media Production under a Theater Arts Scholarship. She traveled with the theater program to perform at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in Scotland. She is from Colorado and currently resides in Los Angeles.