Sundance Film Fest 2014 Spotlight: Foxy Femme Michelle Azar

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A laudable actress of the stage and screen, Michelle Azar is a striking beauty with a charismatic appeal that’s primed for affection. If you thought Sarah Shahi from “Person of Interest” was hot, Michelle would be regarded just as stunning to look at…:) Another interesting facet of hers is that she’s a certified yoga teacher and she so happens to have an OFFICIAL BLOG where she shares her observations on life. Whether by coincidence or otherwise, Michelle does appear in “Life After Beth”, a tale we now label a zom-com which currently screens at Sundance and will do so this week as well as the next. It’s getting rave reviews for its charming melding of horror and comedy with “Parks and Recreation” starlet Aubrey Plaza slowly devolving into life as a Walking Dead in another re-invention of the addictive zombie genre.

It is Pilot Season and I was happy to have stumbled upon a pilot called “Mystery Girls” which lists Michelle as one of the stars. Early buzz is on the reunion of Jennie Garth and Tori Spelling of Beverly Hills 90210 in what is an intriguing crime solving premise. Michelle herself has guest-starred in an episode of the rebooted “90210” so this will be Michelle aligning herself with the 90210 family only this time in a brand new detective series. She’s already been seen alongside Maria Bello in “Prime Suspect” as well as having stints on hit shows “Bones” and “Community”. Could we see the rise of Michelle in 2014 and for her to figure prominently on television. This enchanting lady certainly deserves our support.

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