Michelle Alexandria

Michelle Alexandria

Producer at Light Year Pictures
Producer and Distributor

Los Angeles, California

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July 2015
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About Michelle

An LA native, Michelle Alexandria, began her career working in finance with high-net-worth individuals and major banks. After many years as a finance manager for Jaguar cars, she pursued acting and began studying at the prestigious Beverly Hills Playhouse where she remained for several years. She lived between LA and Paris studying at the Sorbonne University and continued studying acting with Luc Besson's casting director, Nathalie Cheron. Within time on film sets she naturally gravitated towards the business side of the film industry working in production and distribution. Since she started in Hollywood with financial success producing small theater and short French films Michelle was already being sought-after to produce feature films.

Since 2002 Michelle has been a regular attendee at the major film festivals and markets including the Cannes Film Festival, AFM, Berlin, Buenos Aires, UniFrance, Sundance, and more working in distribution, production development, and acquisitions for established film sales distributors. She continues to represent film investors, working with them to obtain strong content according to the current market. Her knowledge and experience in production and distribution has made her an invaluable asset in the entertainment industry.

Michelle's producing credits include family film First Dog starring Eric Roberts, and Priscilla Barnes successfully remaining #1 on Redbox for several weeks; comedy feature film, The Extendables starring Mark Dacascos, Kevin Sorbo, and Martin Kove. She also produced films in France including her romantic comedy Coup De Foudre à Saint Germain Des Pres (English title: "Love At First Site in Paris) which screened in Cannes then picked up immediate distribution; additionally she produced comedy feature Mon Pere S'Appelle Bernard starring veteran French actor Bernard Menez. More recently her film A Life Lived with Denise Richards and Jennifer Taylor of Two and a Half Men received great festival recognition. Although she is not a fan of the horror genre she still had success in producing #Screamers which reached #1, on iTunes Horror; and also thriller Trauma Therapy (2019) staring Chase Coleman and Brian Krause.



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