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Michelle Langstone


Unitec acting grad Michelle Langstone won awards after starring in 2003 movie For Good, as a young woman obsessed with meeting a murderer. Since then she has played a ferocious Norse goddess (The Almighty Johnsons), a career-driven doctor (Shortland Street), a straying wife (Go Girls), and been nominated for a Logie Award in Australia thanks to two years as the tenacious Fiona Ryan on McLeod’s Daughters.

I’ve spent my entire life wanting to live inside books. I became an actress so that I could escape into the stories and worlds that I loved. I wanted to be the characters, really inhabit them, and feel how they felt, think their thoughts along with them. Michelle Langstone, on blog Island Drafts, December 2010