Michelle Boudreau™ Bio

Michelle began her career in front of the camera in 1981 with a modeling assignment for an album cover; in following years she appeared in ads for Matrix hair, Jag swimwear, Brides Magazine, Harley Davidson Calendar (Miss March 1993) followed by many more years of modeling. In addition to modeling in 1984 she was hired by American Airlines as a flight attendant. Boudreau moved to Los Angles in 1986 as she gained momentum with her career.Boudreau’s acting debut came shortly after moving to LA with her first audition in 1988, a costarring role for the TV show Head of the Class. Other Film and TV roles followed with Murphy Brown, Executive Decision and several featured walk-on roles including: The Flintstones, Naked Gun 33 1/3, Speed 2, Full House, Bay Watch, Murder She Wrote, Models Inc. and Wings to name a few.Boudreau had several assignments with fortune 500 companies as a live spokesperson in the 80’s and 90’s.

In the year 2000, Boudreau starred in a Super Bowl commercial for Jack in the Box, cast in the role of a Leeza Gibbons/Diane Sawyer type interviewer. The spot was shot in 1999; this marked the beginning of her TV Hosting career.

In 1999 Boudreau was sought out by HSN as a contracted TV host, she accepted the position and they moved her to Florida.

After leaving HSN in 2001, Boudreau began her role as a production and product consultant in Florida…her clients included 30 year Young and Restless soap opera veteran Jeannie Cooper. She went on to host infomercials with Eric Estrada, Chef Tony, John Beck, Harvey Diamond, Video Professor and Lotus Sanitizer, selling over one billion dollars in product. In 2004 she moved on to a Producer and Director Role with the start of her own production company in Beverly Hills, CA Specializing in Commercials and Infomercials.

Boudreau was invited by infomercial leader Guthy-Renker to join their prestigious advisory team in 2005 to advise on new show concepts, new products, strategic sales planning, pricing, marketing, celebrity casting, up-sells, contingency programs and scripting.

After several years in production, Boudreau decided to make the shift to creating, promoting, and marketing her own financial motivational and self-help products including books and audio programs. She co-created the Debt Rescue System and infomercial with coaching modules and membership website. Leading her to become a financial guru helping thousands across the country.

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“Many of my greatest successes have evolved from the ashes of adversity.”

-Michelle Boudreau

Michelle Boudreau is an accomplished businesswoman and real estate investor with 25 years experience in the Fortune 500 corporate world as a spokesperson for various companies developing expertise in several areas of their business, ranging from marketing, product development, to financial strategies. Included in this prestigious list are: The Home Shopping Network, Guthy-Renker, CBS, FOX, Sony, Yamaha, and Sanyo, just to name a few of the companies that have benefited from Michelle’s expertise.

In her long list of accomplishments, she is also a nationally sought after financial and success coach, seminar leader and keynote speaker, and a financial advisor on the CBS News. Michelle is the author of numerous publications, including her book, “Healthy Habits Of Wealthy Women,” and the guide to “Great Credit In A Snap.” She has also written several feature articles, including, “Rescue Yourself From Credit Debt,” and “Michelle’s Financial Mistakes to Avoid.” Even with her busy schedule Michelle still finds time to give back to the community by implementing a self-esteem program for the kids at the Chi Chi Rodriguez Youth Foundation. She was also instrumental in starting the junior achievement program at HSN. Presently, she is working on a non-profit charitable foundation to help children and animals. Stemming from her own personal strife of divorce, career change and the possibility of losing her home, Michelle turned her life around from debt elimination to wealth creation. Drawn to her success, soon others wanted to know Michelle’s secrets to improve their own lives. As the demand for her time grew, she saw ways to use her knowledge to help others move out of financial crisis towards achieving success and reaching their dreams.