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Former Baywatch actress and Entrepreneur, Melissa Biggs grew up in a small town in Oregon. Her mother was an artist and her father, an architect and builder, designed and built a custom log home for the family to live in. At age eleven Melissa studied drama and dance and worked as a model in Portland, starring in numerous TV commercials and print ads, won a scholarship for the Junior Miss Oregon Pageant, and as well, was awarded the Presidential Academic Achievement Award for her perfect straight A's all through school.
After the family left that rural existence they moved frequently, and Melissa attended fourteen schools before setting out for Hollywood at age eighteen.
A formerly trained actress, Melissa studied with legendary acting teachers Larry Moss and the late Roy London (whose students included Leonardo di Caprio, Toby Maguire, Michelle Pfiffer, Tom Cruise and others) She also studied with character actor, Ernie Lively, father of Eric Lively and Blake Lively, who helped start and shape the careers of many of Hollywood's young working actors.
In addition to two seasons on the worldwide hit Baywatch, Melissa has made cameo appearances in films such as Lucky Town, acting alongside James Caan and Kirsten Dunst, Rush Hour 2, Sharkskin 6, and Heart & Souls with Robert Downey Jr. and has appeared on TV's The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Collection and The Travel Channel's Secrets.
Drawn to Charleston, SC, she formed a talent agency, ‘Nova Models & Talent’. Nova assisted in the casting of ‘Die Hard 3’, ‘Something to Talk About’ and ‘Ace Ventura, Pet Detective’ starring Jim Carrey.
Melissa then created, ‘Acting Up’, an acting school and theatrical production company for underprivileged kids, where she wrote, produced and directed plays where the children could showcase their talents.
Melissa also acts as a spokesperson, designer and brand ambassador for major organizations, and subsequently, as a fashion designer and entrepreneur, Melissa launched her own clothing collection ~ P.G.D. Style. www.pgdstyle.com
In 2006 Melissa was diagnosed with and overcame a rare and incurable genetic protein deficiency, Alpha One Deficiency (www.alphaone.org) And as a result, Melissa makes regular public speaking appearances as the national spokesperson for the pharmaceutical company, CSL Behring, Australia, and travels around the country educating doctors and the community. She manufactures her clothing collection, P.G.D. Style with a portion of proceeds benefiting the Alpha One Community in hopes of someday finding a cure.
Melissa is scheduled to appear in Toronto in a live comedy show entitled "Fish Follies Deluxe", directed by Jim White, opening in the fall of 2009 and has her own style talk show in development entitled, "Stieil TV with Biggs" set to air in the spring of '10.
Melissa is currently living in Los Angeles, and spends her free time raising her daughter and playing tennis.
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hi Melissa, how are you? I am Keith Lopez and I am looking for networking and anything else that comes along. I am impressed by your positive attitude towards your illness. Keep up the great work my friend. Give me a shout sometime... Always, Keith