Canadian actress Michelle Nolden is a veteran actress who is working in the entertainment industry for over two decades. She is best known for her work in the television shows such as 'Numb3rs,' 'Republic of Doyle' and 'Northern Rescue.'
Michelle Nolden Is A Married Woman
The native Canadian Michelle is happily married to the business executive turned producer Chris Szarka. The hockey enthusiast, Chris is well-known for producing the TV series "Rent -a -Goalie." His production company Fifth Ground produces films, movies, and digital content.
Michelle and her spouse both attended Ryerson University in Toronto. Thus there is a high chance that they might've met there.
The Whole Family Enjoys Sports
The "Republic of Doyle" actress and her husband are blessed with three boys. Their eldest child is Alex Szarka, born in February 2007 and the name of the other two kids is yet to be revealed.
Michelle and her husband on general keeps a low profile. However, they are active on twitter. Scrolling through their social media sites, one can see their family maintains an active lifestyle.
The whole family is involved in a lot of physical activities including cycling. Furthermore, her eldest son is playing hockey at the school level, so Chris has taken up the role of coaching his little bundle of joys.
The actress also sometimes joins her husband and kids in hockey, however, she is not a regular as she found out the game is really tiring.
Nolden Is Earning Big Bucks From Her Career
The 46-year-old actress, Michelle, holds an overall net-worth of $750 thousand. In her long career of two decades, she is part of many high rated shows such as "Street Time," "The Shields Stories," and "Burden of Truth."
The blonde actress furthermore is showing no sign of slowing down. She is currently filming TV series "Tiny Pretty Things" and her show "October Faction" is now in the pre-production phase.
Interesting Facts about Michelle Nolden
- Loves gardening.
- Owns a dog named Wilma; the Wheaten.
- Was a dancer in her early years.
- Loves reading plays and books and watching biographies.
- Started the Lakeshores International Short Film Festival with her husband in 2010.
- Graduate of theatre and dance program at Ryerson University in Toronto, Canada.
- She is a good runner and has participated in L.A. marathon and the Toronto half marathon.
- The trained dancer loves to live a disciplined life.
- Famed for her role in "Saving Hope."