Michele Poulik Obituary – Michele Poulik, EMMY-named Set Decorator for a long time pictures and numerous TV series, passed on Tuesday, August 2, 2021, at her home in Los Angeles. Michele is made due by her sister, Janet (Brother-in-law, Bruce Babiarz and innumerable companions) and pre-perished by her folks, Emily and Dr. David Poulik. Michele finished her long fight with malignancy encompassed by Janet, companions and her darling canines, Daisy and LuLa.
She was brought into the world in Toronto, Canada and afterward the family emigrated to the Detroit region and got comfortable the Grosse Pointes. Michele went to secondary school in Spain and Grosse Pointe North, investing energy in Europe during summer get-aways, which started her deep rooted love of movement, workmanship and different societies. She moved on from Wayne State University with a Fine Arts degree.
Soon after, she started her movie profession composing and delivering the autonomous film “Singing Birds”, which debuted at the Detroit Institute of Arts. She then, at that point, chipped away at the Detroit areas for the film “Assumed Innocent” prior to traveling west to Los Angeles, with an unexpected of Detroiters looking for accomplishment in the Film and Television industry.
Michele chipped away at numerous remarkable movies including “Multitude of Darkness,” “Hard Target” and “Joe Somebody”. Her work on the acclaimed HBO smaller than usual series “Earth To The Moon” gathered her an Emmy selection for her re-manifestations of the Apollo moon missions. She was the first Set Decorator of “The Shield” TV series, and numerous others, and furthermore for 280 scenes of the “NCIS-Los Angeles” establishment.
“She was incredibly imaginative and worked resolutely on each set she chipped away at,” said her sister Janet, “I will miss her enthusiasm forever and everything excellent.”
Michele affectionately helped care for her older guardians at their home in Panama City, FL and later moved her mom, Emily, into her Los Angeles home until her spending the year before.
Michele was an installation in the Film and Television industry, very much regarded by makers and entertainers for the imagination, hard working attitude, and soul she brought to every one of her ventures; and dearest by her companions and industry insiders, for her liberality, information and humor.