Michelle Nolden is a Canadian actress best known in television for her roles as AUSA Robin Brooks in Numb3rs (2006-2011) and as Allison Jenkins in Republic of Doyle, since 2011.
Nolden's resume boasts blockbuster and independent features as well as critically acclaimed television projects, all of which have earned her an international reputation.
She was seen in the motion picture Red starring Bruce Willis and Morgan Freeman, as well as the Canadian Indie comedy St. Roz. She is also featured in The Time Travelers Wife, with Eric Bana and Rachel McAdams.
She garnered great reviews as the lead in the HBO Canada/Movie Network series ZOS: Zone of Separation playing a tough edged United Nations Peacekeeper. She can be seen in the CBC movie The Rivals, where she dons a corset and Scottish accent to play the wife of George Brown.
Nolden is regularly seen on the small screen and completed five seasons in the recurring role of U.S. attorney Robin Brooks on Num3bers. Other roles include Rookie Blue and Crash and Burn.
Nolden also starred in Sean Garrity's feature film Lucid as well as the Canadian Film Center feature Show Me and can be seen alongside Hilary Duff and Chris Noth in The Perfect Man. For her work in the film Men with Brooms, Nolden received an ACTRA nomination.
Additional film credits include Deceived, where she stars with Lou Gossett Jr. and Judd Nelson; Cybermutt where she again shares the screen with Nelson; Alter, where she plays a woman suffering from Dissociative Identity Disorder; and David Weaver's feature debut Century Hotel.
Short films include Moon Palace which was showcased at MOMA's night of exceptional film, Cursing Hanley and Congratulations Daisy Graham, both of which premiered at the 2007 Toronto International Film Festival.
For two seasons, Nolden was a series regular in the critically acclaimed Showtime series Street Time, with Rob Morrow and Terrence Howard. She has had recurring roles on Everwood, Crossing Jordan and Gene Rodenberry's Earth: Final Conflict.
She has guest starred on Ghost Whisperer, CSI: Miami, Would Be Kings, Rent-a Goalie, The Eleventh Hour, The Shield's Stories, Kevin Hill, Regenesis and Betting on Love.
Nolden played Christyne Lategano opposite James Wood's Emmy-nominated performance of Rudy Guliani in the USA Network Movie of the Week, Rudy: The Rudy Guliani Story; co-starred along Cybil Shepherd in the Martha Stewart Biopic, Martha Inc; and co-starred in the Canadian mini-series Hemingway vs Callaghan, for which she garnered a Gemini nomination for Best Supporting Actress.
Additional small screen credits include Nero Wolfe, Relic Hunter, Twice In A Lifetime, Power Play and La Femme Nikita, along with the television movies You Belong To Me and Ken Finkelman's Foreign Objects.
She also portrayed a young war bride in the CBC National Special We Will Not Forget, which earned the Governor General's Award of Appreciation.
Nolden made her writing and directing debut with the short film Loonie, which was selected to screen at the Palm Springs, Los Angeles and Atlantic Film Festivals among others. Both lead actors were nominated for 2008 Actra Awards.