Melissa Rashid Roxburgh
December 10, 1992
|Alma mater||Simon Fraser University|
Melissa Roxburgh (born December 10, 1992) is a Canadian actress. She is known for her roles in Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules (2011) and Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days (2012), as Ensign Syl in the 2016 film, Star Trek Beyond, and as Olivia Tanis in The Marine 4: Moving Target. She currently stars as Michaela Stone in the NBC television series Manifest, which began in 2018.
Roxburgh is the second oldest of four children; she has two sisters (Kristie and Ashley) and one younger brother (Matt). Her father is a Canadian pastor, and her mother Shelley is a British retired tennis player. Her parents, after moving to Canada from the United States, founded a church in Vancouver. Roxburgh's father is originally from Chicago, making her a dual citizen of Canada and the United States.
After graduating from high school, Roxburgh began pursuing acting in Vancouver. She landed her first major role in Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules as Rachel. She went on to also appear in the second sequel of Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Dog Days, but as a different character, Heather Hills. Her other work in films has included Big Time Movie, Jeni in Leprechaun: Origins, and Ensign Syl in Star Trek Beyond. Her television work has included the Supernatural spinoff, Bloodlines, and Thea in The CW's drama series, Valor.
Roxburgh portrays Michaela Stone in the NBC series Manifest, which premiered on September 24, 2018. 
Roxburgh has a passion for travel. Growing up, her family visited Africa, Albania and Guatemala, which began Roxburgh's interest in social justice issues. She currently serves as a GenR Leader for the International Rescue Committee (IRC), which assists people in extreme humanitarian crises. Previous to her work on Manifest, Roxburgh studied Communications at Simon Fraser University in hopes of becoming a journalist.
|2011||Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules||Rachel Lewis|
|2012||Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days||Heather Hills|
|2012||Big Time Movie||Princess|
|2015||The Marine 4: Moving Target||Olivia Tanis|
|2016||Star Trek Beyond||Ensign Syl|
|2016||2BR02B: To Be or Naught to Be||Leora Duncan|
|2018||In God I Trust||Mya Matheson||Independent film|
|2020||I Still Believe||Heather Henning|
|2012||Arrow||Blake||2 Episodes: ("Damaged" and "Trust but Verify")|
|2014||Supernatural: Bloodlines||Violet Duval||Unsold television series|
|2014||The Tomorrow People||Talia||Episode: "Superhero"|
|2015||Sorority Murder||Carly||Television film|
|2016||Legends of Tomorrow||Betty Seaver||Episode: "Night of the Hawk"|
|2017||Travelers||Carrie||Episode: "17 Minutes"|
|2018–present||Manifest||Michaela Stone||Main role|
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