National Commercial for The Home Depot
All of my dreams came true with this one. Truth: I thought I was auditioning for a "holiday spot", which would have just made my head explode.
However, to shoot a "Home Depot" spot, inside a Home Depot, just made my year. I have always wanted to do a commercial for them since I am such a DIY Person!
Enjoy me, playing "Mom" in this sweet little spot called, 'De-clutter: HDX Tough Totes'.
Resolution from The City of Los Angeles
The City of Los Angeles, City Council, and Councilwoman Nury Martinez hosted The 4th Annual Latino Heritage Month Latina Breakfast that "celebrates the rich
and vibrant contributions that Latinas have made to Los Angeles and our great country during Latino Heritage month." And, this year they focused on Latinas in
the LGBTQ community that "made contributions towards inclusivity and diversity in the LGBTQ movement."
It was resolved, that by the adoption of the Resolution given to Ms. Bonilla, that the Los Angeles City Council
commended and recognized her as The Latinas in Pride
Special Honoree, and for her work in promoting and advancing, LGBTQ rights, commitment to philanthropy, all the while serving as an icon and role model for the
next generation of Latinas.
Recurring on The Casagrandes
Michelle can now be heard as "Mrs. Flores", the kind, always smiling, sweet neighbor, in the historic new Animated Series from Nickelodeon, called "The Casagrandes".
Mrs. Flores was first introduced in The Loud House, episode titled "Store Wars". And, can be seen in many episodes of The Casagrandes in the first and second season to come.
The Casagrandes is slated to premier in October 2019 on Nickelodeon.
Sundance Film Festival
Winner of the Grand Jury Prize in the U.S. Dramatic Competition at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, Michelle plays “Sonia”, the assistant to Bernadine, a prison warden working on death row, played by the great Alfre Woodard. This film was just incredible to work on and the cast was phenomenal.
“CLEMENCY is an enthralling, immersive, atmospheric film as well as a haunting, tough-minded inquiry into the dignity of work and the morality of capital punishment.”