Michelle Jubilee Gonzalez

The multi-talented Michelle Jubilee Gonzalez first caught Hollywood's attention performing stunt work in various blockbusters before landing a role of in the sci-fi web series "Stargate Origins" (Stargate Command, 2018-). Gonzalez entered the showbiz industry when after graduating from the University of Miami with a Theater degree she founded her own production company. While running Renacer Entertainment, she also studied for a masters in Music at Florida International University and took on various jobs including performance coach, music teacher and voiceover artist. After moving to Los Angeles in 2008, Gonzalez made her screen debut in an episode of "Ru Paul's Drag Race" (Logo, 2009-), and went on to appear in numerous short films, play a nurse in crime drama "Across the Line: The Exodus of Charlie Wright" (2010) and various characters in comic book web series "The Adventures of Superseven" (2011-13) and its various spin-offs. Gonzalez also served as a stuntwoman in the latter, and it was in this role where her career truly flourished. She performed stunts in several big-screen releases including "End of Watch" (2012), "The Lone Ranger" (2013) and "Ride Along" (2014), as well as in hit TV shows such as "Teen Wolf" (MTV, 2011-17), "Sons of Anarchy" (FX, 2008-2014) and "The Mentalist" (CBS, 2008-2015). Gonzalez continued to pursue an acting career, too, playing a reporter in war movie "Sector 4: Extraction" (2014), Gloria in Mexican horror anthology "Barrio Tales 2" (2016) and illegal brawler Claire the Bull in "Female Fight Club" (2016), and also making one-off appearances in "Rush Hour" (CBS, 2016), "Hawaii Five-O" (CBS, 2010-) and "Jane the Virgin" (The CW, 2014-). "The Vatican Tapes" (2015), "Straight Outta Compton" (2015) and "Fast & Furious 8" (2017) were just some of the major film releases Gonzalez performed stunt work on over the years, while she also racked up multiple behind-the-scenes credits on "Ray Donovan" (Showtime, 2013-), "Fear the Walking Dead" (AMC, 2015-) and "Runaways" (Hulu, 2017-). Having also served as writer, producer and composer on various web series and short films, Gonzalez then added director to her list of talents when she co-helmed "Unapologetic" (2017), a feature-length documentary about three young, black and female civil rights activists. After showing up in "Future Man" (Hulu, 2017-), "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." (ABC, 2013-) and "The Thundermans" (Nickelodeon, 2013-), Gonzalez landed her first high-profile acting role when she was cast in the sci-fi reboot "Stargate Origins" (Stargate Command, 2018-).