Melissa Hurley Wikipedia, Wiki, Age Net Worth, Facebook, Height
Melissa Hurley Wikipedia, Wiki, Age Net Worth, Facebook, Height – Actress Melissa Hurley is well-known. Melissa was born in Vermont, USA, on July 21, 1966. Melissa is a well-known and in-demand celebrity who enjoys popularity as an actress. Melissa Hurley is 51 years old as of 2018. Melissa Hurley is in the list of well-known actresses.
Melissa Hurley Bio
|Age||51 years old|
|Date Of Birth||21 July 1966|
Melissa Hurley Physical Stats
|Height||5 feet 7 inch|
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Melissa Hurley Educational Qualifications
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Melissa Hurley Family
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|Children||Jack Gordon Cassidy, Cole Patrick Cassidy|
Melissa Hurley’s Marital Status
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Melissa Hurley Collection & Net Worth
|Net Worth||$1 Milllion|
Melissa Hurley’s Social Media Accounts
Melissa Hurley Career
Melissa Hurley has received a respectable wage for her work thanks to her acting talent and experience. The gifted actress hasn’t worked in show business since 2005, though.
The TV series Fame gave Melissa Hurley her acting debut in 1984, and she played the Fame Dancer in all 28 episodes through 1986. She appeared as a dancer in one episode of the TV show Tall Tales & Legends in 1986.
The Running Man (1987), My Blue Heaven (1990), Three Men and a Little Lady (1990), Mobsters (1991), Shakes the Clown (1991), For the Boys (1991), Reba Live (1995), That Thing You Do! (1996), Cinderella (1997), The Wonderful Ice Cream Suit (1998), Rent (2005), and other works are a few of her well-known productions.
Melissa Hurley News
Melissa Hurley eventually achieved the remarkable feat of posting 100 AFL Canberra matches in the Women Competition after three clubs, many years, and a combined total with ANU, Ainslie, and the Tigerettes.
When she came from Ainslie to the Tigers in 2012, Melissa has made a significant contribution to the Club with her leadership abilities and professional demeanour. The Tigerettes significantly improved as a result, compared to when they were first formed just two years earlier. Her expertise and direction were evident on the playing field, as the Tigers won the Best and Fairest award in her first season and the Jill Bright Award for their efforts.
She was very much a part of the team at this time, but regrettably she was unable to win her fourth premiership medal when the Tigerettes won their first-ever championship in 2013. This was due to the birth of her first child, not an injury.
With the Tigerettes aiming to win back-to-back Premiership championships in 2014, Melissa, a former AFL Canberra Women Representative player and three-time Premiership player with Ainslie, continues to be a valuable contributor. At the Tigers 100 Club Dinner on 23 August, Melissa will receive recognition along with all other milestone achievers.