- Kelly Michelle Stables
- St. Louis MO
- United States
- Being totaly hot looks 24 not 34
- Cute Great Body Little
- Really no vices she wont do nudity
Kelly Stables Introduction
Kelly Stables is an American actress for television, stage and film who can currently be seen as “Melissa” in the #1 rated CBS television comedy series Two And a Half Men.
Kelly Stables Life Story
Kelly was born and raised in St. Louis, Missouri. Her earliest memory is knocking on her neighbors doors, giving them hand-made puppets (made from a brown paper lunch bag) and inviting them to a show on her driveway that night... which consisted of Kelly playing the ANNIE record and singing in her nightgown. She spent her teenage summers working at Scoop-dee-doo Ice Cream shop and attended Lafayette High School where she was voted “Most School Spirit” and Prom Queen. Kelly was active in cheerleading, Jazz-ma-tazz show choir and theatre. Her first professional acting job came when she was cast in the teen chorus of GODSPELL at The Muny Opera. She soon went on to graduate cum laude from the University of Missouri, Columbia earning a bachelor’s degree in Communication with an emphasis in Television and Theatre Performance minor.
Kelly Stables Career
During the ides of March of 2000, Kelly decided to pack up her car and move to Los Angeles. She knew no one, but found a small studio apartment and used the purple blow-up furniture (that her big sister bought her) to sleep on. She soon became associated with Theatre West but would call St. Louis in tears practically every day, because if she tried to go anywhere other than the theatre she would end up completely lost somewhere in LA.
Finally, came a “monstrous” break. She was fortunate enough to meet the Academy award winning, legendary make-up artist Rick Baker who helped her land the role of “Evil Samara” in The Ring 2, after doing stunts in THE RING. For each day of shooting The Ring 2, it took Mr. Baker and his team 5 ½ hours to apply the prosthetic make-up on Kelly.
This led to other film roles for Kelly in the horror genre including the British thriller Telling Lies, in which Kelly starred along side Jason Flemyng and Mel B. She also starred in a good number of independent movies including Together Again For The First Time (Lifetime network), Pride & Prejudice (Showtime), Furnace (Sci-Fi Channel) and Dragon Hunter (coming out on dvd this summer), in which case unless you are related to Kelly you most likely have not seen.
Kelly recently shot a movie for ABC Family called Santa Baby 2, with Jenny McCarthy and Paul Sorvino, which will be out this Christmas.
Kelly had a bit of beginner’s luck at one of her first auditions for television, booking a pilot called Boarding School (“BS”) and landing roles on General Hospital, and The Grubbs (in which Kelly played a teenage Carol Kane.) She has been active in voice-over work, both as the voice of “Will” in Disney’s W.I.T.C.H. and “Digit” in Too Many Robots. Kelly has also landed several guest starring roles on Life, ‘Til Death, The Bold And The Beautiful, Cavemen, and is recurring on ABC Family’s Greek as “Janette.”
Two and A Half Men and The Exes TV series, other works
Kelly's biggest and favorite role is playing Alan Harper’s receptionist/girlfriend on the hit comedy Two and A Half Men as “Melissa.” Kelly Guest Starred in the season finale of Two and A Half Men, which served as her 5th episode. “Yeppers!”
Kelly most recently booked a Series Regular role on a new sitcom for ABC called Romantically Challenged. The pilot also stars Alyssa Milano, Kyle Bornheimer and Eric Christian Olsen, and there are hopes it will serve as a mid-season replacement. She is part of the cast in her role as Eden on the upcoming TV Land cable channel series The Exes opposite Wayne Knight, Donald Faison (of Scrubs TV show fame) and Kristen Johnson (from NBC-TV's 3rd Rock From The Sun fame), due to premiere November 30, 2011.
Along with her on-screen work, Kelly maintains a presence in local Los Angeles theatre, having performed in over two dozen plays and/or musical productions. She portrayed Marion Davies (“Daisy”) in the world premiere musical W.R. & Daisy, and played “Wendy” in the Thousand Oaks Civic Light Opera production of Peter Pan. Most recently Kelly played “Cindy Brady” in the world premiere musical A Very Brady Musical, to which Variety said, “Kelly Stables gleefully steals the show as the ever-lisping Cindy, hitting every comedic note with impressive and hilarious skill.”
Kelly Stables Personal life
Kelly is an avid sports fan and sustains an undying devotion to her St. Louis Cardinals. She is interested in finding a cure for Parkinson’s disease and when she is not bragging about her adorable nephews to anyone who will listen, she is either singing show tunes or writing. Kelly currently resides in Los Angeles and is married to screenwriter Kurt Patino. She thanks YOU for watching her projects… and anyone who is still reading this!
Kelly Stables on the Web
Adventures In Odyssey Podcast » Blog Archive » Kelly Stables ... Kelly Stables (voice of Olivia) talks about Adventures in Odyssey, Hoodwinked, and more! November 16th, 2011. Click to play. Kelly Stables. Bob and Jesse chat with Kelly Stables, the voice of Olivia Parker in album 54 and beyond. Plus, they ...
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