Kelly Stables

Kelly Stables

Kelly Stables is an actress of many talents; in addition to her on-screen work in such major projects as "Two and a Half Men" and "The Ring," Stables is a veteran stage performer and occasional Hollywood stuntwoman. After graduating from college, Stables moved to Los Angeles and appeared in minor roles in the direct-to-video film "Bring It On Again" and the indie comedy "Pride and Prejudice: A Latter-Day Comedy," which updated the classic Jane Austen novel with a Utah setting and Mormon sensibility. After working as a stuntwoman in "The Ring," based on the Japanese horror film about a mysterious videotape that causes the death of anyone who views it, Stables caught a major break when she appeared as the off-tape incarnation of the evil spirit Samara in "The Ring Two." From 2004 to 2006, she voiced Will Vandom, a spirited tomboy with magical powers, in the TV adaptation of the popular Italian comic book series "W.I.T.C.H.," and also lent her voice to the fairy-tale crime caper "Hoodwinked! ." Stables has since portrayed a mean-spirited sorority vice-president in the collegiate TV drama "Greek" and appeared as an elven princess in the 2008 fantasy adventure film "Dragon Hunter." She has also appeared in a recurring role on the prime-time sitcom "Two and a Half Men" as Melissa, Alan Harper's (Jon Cryer) former secretary and sometime girlfriend.


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