. At the Princess of Wales Theatre, Melissa played in a sit-down production of Les Misérables in Toronto. She then reprised her role in the Broadway production of Les Miserables. However, some of her Instagram posts tell that she must have previously been in a relationship. She also had a guest role on Camelot.
She was working at a daycare center when she decided to audition for the third season of American Idol. She was working at a day care center prior to her success in Canadian Idol. In addition to working on her musical career, Melissa who started out as a theater actress has branched fuly into acting. During the same period, Melissa also got a recurring role in Rogue. Her mom is Chinese, and her father has Irish ancestry, making Melissa of Irish and Chinese ethnicity.
After winning, she not only was able to make a living as a singer but also had several television appearances. This entry was posted in , on by. An outfit that nicely outlines her gorgeous body measurements. Natural Short Bio Melissa was born July 12, 1988 in Calgary, Canada.
Her maternal grandpa gave her the Chinese name Oh Seemun. While she never said anything about a relationship with him, the photos scream that there might just have been something more between them. However, the man is her agent and they seem to be really close friends and nothing more. Her portrayal of the role of Eponine earned her the Dora Award for Outstanding Female Performance.
She also played in This Life and Second Jen. Her biggest role to date is probably Portia Lin aka Two on sci-fi series Dark Matter. While still working to advance her musical career, Melissa went back to the stage where it all started, appearing in many stage productions including the musical of Dirty Dancing in Toronto, Ontario. Check out also measurements of , , and. Melissa made her feature film debut in 2010 starring in Broken Hearts. With an early passion for entertainment, Melissa was involved in many theater productions within the Calgary scene.
In 2007 she was nominated for the Juno Award for Best New Artist but pop-rock singer-songwriter, Tomi Swick beat her to the award. In 2011, she made her Stratford Shakespeare Festival debut. She was supported by her Canadian Idol runner-up, Rex Goudie. .
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