An alumna of Pace University in Manhattan, actress Michelle Borth earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Acting and Theater History. Borth's first role was in the 2002 short-film "Apartment," where she was credited simply as 'Watermelon Girl'. Her next foray into the world of acting came in 2002, when she played a small role in the television series "Off Centre," starring Eddie Kaye Thomas and Sean Maguire. In 2003, Borth won a small role in the independent drama "Wonderland" about the crime scene investigation that centered around porn star John Holmes in 1981 Los Angeles. The movie starred Kate Bosworth and Val Kilmer. In 2007 Borth landed a recurring role on the 2007 TV series "Tell Me You Love Me," a drama about three couples and the therapist that they all share. The show ran for only one season, but was a but was a critical success. Borth continued to work throughout the 2000s, landing guest and recurring roles on shows like "The Forgotten," "Combat Hospital," and "Hawaii Five-O." She also played Sue in the 2011 comedy "A Good Old Fashioned Orgy," wherein a group of 30 year olds who have been close friends since high school prepare to throw an end-of-summer orgy.