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In January 2008, Michele starred in a concert production of the musical Alive in the World as Phoebe, aiding the Twin Towers Orphan Fund.
In May 2008, Michele left the Broadway cast of Spring Awakening with her co-star Jonathan Groff.
She subsequently portrayed political advisor Valentina Barella in ABC's sitcom The Mayor, created by Jeremy Bronson and executive produced by Daveed Diggs, starring opposite Brandon Micheal Hall and Yvette Nicole Brown.
In October 2010, Michele performed at a benefit concert for The Painted Turtle.
Michele next played the role of Wendla Bergmann in Steven Sater and Duncan Sheik's musical version of Spring Awakening, starring in early workshops and Off-Broadway performances, before finally originating the role in the 2006 Broadway production at the age of twenty.
In February 2005, she performed as Wendla at the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts.
As a child, she voiced a main character, Christina, in the animated film Buster & Chauncey's Silent Night, released on October 13, 1998.
Michele had been portraying the part of the Little Girl for a year in the original Toronto cast, before the production was transferred to Broadway.
Last month the cute pair basked in the sunshine at a local park in Los Angeles and it was easy to see how happy Matthew makes the actress, with Lea rarely wiping the smile off her face and Matthew keeping a protective arm around the star.
The brunette beauty proved her off-duty look is just as on-point as her red carpet style when she stepped out in a flirty floral skater dress, which showed off her lovely slim pins thanks to its shorter hemline.
Michele stated that she intentionally left off her surname because she was teased about its pronunciation.
Michele was also the understudy for the role of Gavroche.
Michele made her feature film debut in New Year's Eve (2011), and was signed to Columbia Records in 2012.