- Arielle Caroline Kebbel
- Winter Park FL
- United States
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Arielle Kebbel first entered show business by participating at the Miss Florida Teen USA Beauty Pageant back in 2002. Afterwards, she moved to Los Angeles to try her luck in the world of acting by auditioning in some TV shows. Arielle Kebbel first made TV appearances in CSI Crime Scene Investigation, Judging Amy, Law & Order, and the premiere episode of HBO’s Entourage in 2004. She also took part in Jessy Terrero’s African-American comedy film Soul Plane, which starred Snoop Dogg and Tom Arnold.
Arielle Kebbel's breakthrough role came in the popular family drama comedy series, Gilmore Girls. In Gilmore Girls, she played the roles of Lindsay Lister Forester, the young wife of Rory Gilmore’ (Alexis Bledel) ex-boyfriend, Dean Forester, who was portrayed by Jared Padelecki. At the same time, Arielle Kebbel was continuously seen in another comedy series, Grounded for Life, as well as the police drama CSI Miami and the baseball show Clubhouse.
Arielle Kebbel is active on the big screen also. Among her movie credits include the powerhouse cast of the movie Be Cool (2005), Dave Payne’s horror flick Reeker (2005), and David Kendall’s teen comedy Dirty Deeds (2005). She was as well seen in American Pie Presents Band Camp (2005) and the family comedy The Kid and I (2005). The following year she starred in The Grudge 2 (2006), John Tucker Must Die (2006), and Aquamarine (2006).
Arielle Kebbel on the Web
Kaley Cuoco Has Total Fangirl Moment Meeting Equestrian ... The 29-year-old Big Bang Theory actress was joined at the event by her Wedding Ringer co-star Ashley Jones, Arielle Kebbel, EEM Founder and CEO Christophe Ameeuw, and professional equestrian show jumper, Ashlee ...
Arielle Kebbel Boards HBO's 'Ballers' - The Hollywood ... Arielle Kebbel has booked a recurring role on the premium cable network's upcoming sports comedy, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. Ballers, starring Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, examines the lives of a group of ...