Lady Michèle Renouf

Michèle Suzanne Renouf, Lady Renouf (née Mainwaring), (born 1946) is an Australian model, actress and activist focusing on free speech issues concerning historical analysis of alleged Jewish casualties during World War II and its connection to the historiographical narrative developed in the post-war period. She had produced the film documentary, Jailing Opinions, which examines the assault on open historical research concerning the events surrounding World War II. Now a British national, and a lifelong international television commercials actress with a thirty year membership of British Actors Equity.

She has become known in recent years for her defense of people who hold heretical opinions of WWII history such as David Irving, Robert Faurisson, Richard Williamson, Germar Rudolf, Ernst Zündel and Fredrick Töben in broadcasts and her Telling Films documentaries. Though not a revisionist author or researcher herself she has commented on the problems of Zionism. Renouf is also known for speeches and articles criticising the rabbinical hermeneutics of Judaism.