|Date of Birth||September 26, 1968|
|Origin||Melrose, Massachusetts, USA|
Life and Career
Tricia O'Kelley began her acting career in Chicago, where she appeared in numerous television commercials, including spots for McDonald's, Budweiser and Sears. After graduating from the University of Wisconsin, Madison (where she studied TV and film production), she returned to Chicago to continue acting. While in Chicago, Tricia founded a full-service resource center for actors which provided many resources for the local acting community, including classes, workshops, resume services, career consultations and seminars. Through her company, Tricia published the first complete resource book for actors in the Midwest. She was also honored as one of the "100 Women Making a Difference in Chicago" by Today's Chicago Woman magazine.
Since moving to Los Angeles, Tricia has appeared in dozens of television roles, including guest spots on Two and a Half Men (2003), CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2000), Frasier (1993), Everybody Loves Raymond (1996), and recurring roles on Gilmore Girls (2000) and Malcolm in the Middle (2000). In addition, she was a series regular on Emeril (2000) (NBC) and That Was Then (2002) (ABC), and played Marly on the hit CBS sitcom Old Christine (2006). Her film work includes Outside Sales (2006) and Weather Girl (2009), for which she also served as a producer. Tricia also designs a line of greeting cards that is distributed by Recycled Paper Greetings. "Heartsongs" can be found in Target, Cost Plus World Market, and other outlets worldwide where RPG cards are sold. She currently lives in Los Angeles with her husband Adam and their two daughters. In 2014, she is casted on Devious Maids.
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