Michelle Harrison


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The graceful Michelle Harrison made a delightful impression on audiences with her praiseworthy endeavors on television and film. She is notable for her recurring role as Nora Allen, the mother of The Flash who has been through everything from her murder by The Reverse Flash, briefly being resurrected and even existing in an alternate timeline. Michelle delivers the palpable love between her and her son Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) with distinction with her being the reason behind Barry’s drive to find ways to save her from the untimely death. She was asked in this interview about the definition of beautiful and she replied ‘Someone With A Beautiful Soul” which rings true with her depiction of Nora Allen.

Already idolized by a legion of DC fanboys, Michelle is slated to sizzle even more as she will appear in “Fifty Shades Darker” and “Fifty Shades Freed”. She has been rumoured to play Rhian, the wife of Dr. Flynn, Christian Grey’s (Jamie Dornan) psychiatrist who helps him deal with the breakup with Anastasia Steele (Dakota Johnson). Michelle recently starred in the western “Stagecoach: The Texas Jack Story” as Laura Lee Reed, the soon to be pregnant wife of reformed outlaw Nathaniel Reed (Trace Adkins). There’s a heartfelt authenticity about her performance which she replicated in the TV Movie “Murder, She Baked: A Peach Cobbler Mystery” in dual roles as Melanie and Vanessa Quinn alongside lead Alison Sweeney.

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With her beautifully engaging screen presence, the vivacious Michelle is definitely in line for global affection. What better than to end 2016 with the accomplished Michelle Harrison who is on her way to be one of the most popular actresses in 2017.

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