Elise Muller was born and raised in the north shore of Chicago. She graduated from The University of Arizona with a B.F.A. in Acting/Directing. As far back as she can remember, Elise dreamed of a career in acting. Elise started modeling & acting in Chicago. After she was given the opportunity to model in Japan, she instead set out for Los Angeles to pursue acting.
In Los Angeles, Elise was immediately booked for guest starring roles in shows such as "Baywatch Nights," "Malibu, CA" and "Diagnosis Murder." Her first starring role was for iconic producer Roger Corman in the film "Lola’s Game." Muller went on to star in other films shooting around the world, from Canada to Bulgaria to the Czech Republic. These film credits include "Hammerhead," "Club Utopia", "Trapped in Perfection," "Risk Factor," and "Starfire Mutiny". Elise has also appeared opposite Academy Award Winner Mo'nique in the 20thCentury Fox comedy "Phat Girlz".
Elise Muller resides in Los Angeles, but is always traveling "The Globe " for work.
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