Michele Lepe

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Michele Lepe
BornMichele Ann Ockenfels
(1975-09-25) September 25, 1975 (age 38)
Wayne County, North Carolina
OccupationActress, hostess
Years active2006–present
Website
www.michelelepe.com
 
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Michele Lepe
BornMichele Ann Ockenfels
(1975-09-25) September 25, 1975 (age 38)
Wayne County, North Carolina
OccupationActress, hostess
Years active2006–present
Website
www.michelelepe.com

Michele Lepe (born September 25, 1975) is a Hispanic actress who spent her early childhood in England and grew up in San Antonio, Texas. She became the new permanent host of PBS KIDS Sprout's The Good Night Show playing the role of "Nina" the Goodnight Guide.

Early life[edit]

Michele Ann Ockenfels was born September 25, 1975 in Wayne County, North Carolina to Michael Joseph Ockenfels, of German descent, and Carmen Lepe, of Hispanic descent.

Career[edit]

Lepe appeared as "Christina" in the 2007 romantic comedy Retirement, portrayed "Miriam" in the 2006 short film Jamaica Motel, and "Natalia" in Telemundo's telenovela, Los Teens.

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