Schuman, Melissa 1984–
Schuman, Melissa 1984–
(Melissa Amber Schuman)
Born August 21, 1984, in San Clemente, CA; married Brandon Herschel (an actor and dancer), June 7, 2006.
Actress. Member of the singing group Dream, 1998–2002; touring performer, including appearances with Dream, Britney Spears's "Oops" tour, Nickelodeon "All That" tour, and N'Sync "No Strings Attached" and "Odyssey" tours.
Erica Baker, Tiger, Rojak Films, 1997.
Zoe Parks, Love Don't Cost a Thing (also known as Love Don't Co$t a Thing), Warner Bros., 2003.
Megan, Window Theory, American World Pictures, 2004.
Nicole, The Retreat, Lions Gate Films Home Entertainment, 2006.
Television Appearances; Movies:
Sheila, Anna's Dream, PAX, 2002.
Shannon Devries, Recipe for Disaster, PAX, 2003.
Amber, The Hollow, ABC Family Channel, 2004.
Television Appearances; Specials:
Walt Disney World Summer Jam Concert, ABC, 2001.
Presenter, MTV Video Music Awards 2001, MTV, 2001.
(As Melissa Amber Schuman) Snowed In Weekend 2001 Dream Concert (also known as MTV's Snowed In Weekend 2001 Dream Concert), MTV, 2001.
MTV Fashionably Loud: Spring Break, Cancun 2001, MTV, 2001.
Appeared in other awards presentations, including those of the American Music Association, 2001, 2002, Kids' Choice Awards, 2001, 2002, Teen Choice Awards, 2001, and Lady of Soul Awards, 2002.
Television Guest Appearances; Episodic:
Judge, Say What? Karaoke, MTV, 2001.
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, NBC, 2001.
Total Request Live (also known as Total Request with Carson Daly and TRL), MTV, 2002.
Live with Regis and Kelly, syndicated, 2003.
Total Request Live (also known as TRL UK), MTV, 2003.
Television Appearances; Other:
Also appeared in All Access 24/7, Fox Family Channel; Beach Summer Countdown, Fox Family Channel; Becoming: Dream, MTV; Hi Fi Room, Fox Family Channel; Lance Bass's New Years Bash, MTV; Making the TRL Tour, MTV; Making the Video, MTV; MTV Cribs, MTV; NBA Team Up, ABC; Taina, Nickelodeon; Teenapalooza, Fox; TeeNick, Nickelodeon; TRL Appreciation Week, MTV; Ultrasound, MTV; and Who Knows the Band?, MTV.
Appeared in productions of Annie; Christmas at the Cabrillo; The Fantastics; How to Eat like a Child; Killing Giants; and Tom Sawyer.
(With Dream) It Was All a Dream, 2001.
Singles with Dream include "He Loves U Not," 2000, and "This Is Me."
The Making of "Love Don't Cost a Thing," Warner Bros., 2004.
Melissa Schuman Official Site, http://www.melissaschuman.com, November 3, 2006.
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