Melora’s new movie Clock has been released on Hulu. Melora’s also been in many other feature films including “Hannah Montana: The Movie”, “17 Again”, “Thank You for Smoking,” “Absolute Power” opposite Clint Eastwood & Gene Hackman and “27 Dresses” and she stars in the first one woman movie ever made, “Golden Vanity”, as Mabel Montgomery, an iconic child star a la Judy Garland. The film is currently being submitted to festivals. 

New movie ‘Clock’ is now available on Hulu

Molly Henery of The Blogging Banshee writes, “Making her feature film debut, ‘Clock’ was written and directed by Alexis Jacknow. The film follows Ella, a happily married woman with a great career and a wonderful life. There’s just one problem; she doesn’t want to have kids. With everyone around her telling Ella she needs to start a family, she resorts to drastic measures to try and ‘fix’ whatever is making her not want children, but everything comes at a price.” Noting that the film is not perfect but the performances are a highlight, “Agron is fascinating to watch, in one moment making Ella seem like a woman with a perfect life, then in the next making Ella appear almost animalistic. There is a visceral side to Agron’s performance that heightens the tension, while also tugging at the heartstrings. Melora Hardin plays the seemingly helpful Dr. Elizabeth Simmons. What makes Hardin’s performance stand out is how she can convey a sense of professionalism and empathy, yet there is a sinister edge to her.”


Melora has also recorded 3 albums. 2 of her original songs, “PURR”, “The Meloradrama” and, her 3rd album, “All The Way To Mars” has both original songs and covers. All are available on Spotify. 



Melora made her Broadway debut in CHICAGO as ‘Roxie Hart’ . She also played ‘Fantine’ in “Les Miserables” at the Hollywood Bowl. Other theatre includes “My Children My Africa” written and directed by Athol Fugard, and “Appropriate”, by Branden Jacobs Jenkins at The Mark Taper Forum.