Amanda Brugel stars in "Seed" on The CW as Michelle Jones, who is Zoey's other half.

Hailing from Montreal, Amanda Brugel made her film debut alongside Christopher Walken in 1999's "Vendetta." Since then, she has been featured in the company of numerous box office legends.

In 2001, Brugel co-starred with Vanessa Williams in "A Diva's Christmas Carol," followed by the uber-horror picture "Jason X." In 2004, Brugel tackled "Category Six," opposite Academy Award-winner Dianne Wiest, and the Guillermo del Toro-produced "Splice" in 2008. In 2013, Brugel was seen in the feature films "The Boy Who Smells Like Fish" and the much buzzed about indie comedy "Sex After Kids," opposite Gemini Award-winners Gordon Pinsent, Peter Keleghan and Kristin Booth.

Poised to become another one of Canada's most celebrated comedic entertainment exports, Brugel has also left her mark on the international television landscape. In Hollywood, Brugel quickly landed several pilots including a CBS sitcom, helmed by celebrated director James Burrows. In Hollywood North, Brugel has starred in a variety of provocative television series including CBC's hockey-drama "MVP," all the while making guest star appearances on acclaimed series such as "The Newsroom," "This Is Wonderland," "The Ron James Show," "InSecurity," "Warehouse 13," "The Firm," "Flashpoint" and "Saving Hope."



Brugel currently resides in Toronto.


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Age: 39 years old
Birthday: March 24, 1978
Height: 5' 9"
Full Name / Real Name: Amanda Ellen Baker
Birthplace: Pointe Claire, Québec, Canada
Hometown: Montreal, Québec, Canada
Current Residence: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Husband: Marcel Lewis (3/7/2008)


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