9 doors Productions and Youthquake the Movie, LLC, are newly-formed entities created by Michele Fischer, an upcoming actor, writer, producer and director.
Michele has written a number of scripts and concepts to develop into feature films and television series. She is seeking executive producers and producers to collaborate with her and her investment relations to bring these projects into fruition.
With stories appealing to a mainstream audiences worldwide, her projects' ethical themes encourage viewers to seek and strengthen their relationship with God through His Son, our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.
To date, Michele has produced and directed a half-hour Christian drama entitled Lost & Found: The Book of Dana, an evangelistic short film, The Prayerful Soldier, and a teaser for a faith-based, sci-fi/fantasy feature in development.
Michele Fischer on IMDb
Michele Fischer acting reels
Michele Fischer, lead vocal
Avril Lavigne's hit song "Sk8er Boi
on Disney CD "Superstar Kidz: Vol. 1"
Michele Fischer began acting at a young age in community and school theatre in the United States and abroad. In her school years, she was nominated for "Best Actress" in the Far East Drama Festival and won "Best Actress" in the Anne Arundel County Drama Festival. She also made "quarter finalist" in the 2002 Fade In Magazine Screen Test Competition.
Michele studied acting at Regent's College in London in a program designed by the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts and Colby College taught by British actors Robert Gordon and Caroline Englund prior to studying with other professional actors and coaches: Ralph Tabikin, Millie Slavin, John de Lancie, Mari Lyn Henry, Steve Eastin, Rick Johnson as well as at the Santa Clarita School of Performing Arts.
More recently, she has appeared on TV episodes of The Bold & The Beautiful and in Bryce Dallas Howard's short film for Sony and Ron Howard's "Project Imagin8ion" called When You Find Me. Her last onstage appearance was in the Malibu Stage Company's production of collective comedies called "Laugh Lines" that opened in January 2013: her performance in David Ives' one-act play "The Universal Language" was highly acclaimed by the Malibu Times who wrote:
As a writer, Michele has authored both fictional manuscripts and screenplays and has studied in screenwriting workshops taught by Randall Wallace and Michael Hauge. Her first, self-published novel, The Branded Heart, is available online at Amazon and Barnes & Noble.