When Kelly Stables began her career in 2002, she started out with roles in television and film in the same year. In the following years, she appeared in many other productions, including theater. Almost two decades later, she has appeared in more than 50 productions. Her most famous roles are in Two and a Half Men (2015) and Superstore (2015).
Kelly Stables Biography
January 26, 1978, was the day that Kelly Stables was born in St. Louis, Missouri, USA.
Although not much is known about how she grew up, it is known that she has a sister named Tanya. It is also known that she grew up in Missouri where she attended Lafayette High School in Wildwood. While she was there, she became very popular as a cheerleader. She was also her class president and prom queen.
After finishing high school, Kelly went to the University of Missouri in Colombia where she earned a bachelor’s degree in communications. As a minor, she also had television and theater performances, something she had loved for a long time when she was growing up.
Before fully embarking on her career in 2002, Kelly Stables first appeared in several theater productions. Her first movie, however, was Spiderman in 2002, in which she was given a role that did not count towards her credits. She is known for her crazy stunts and also appeared in The Grubbs as young Sophie and in 2002 in The Ring.
In 2003 she appeared in The Haunted Mansion and Pride & Prejudice: A comedy of the last days. Stables starred in many other films with a voice in Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2 (2013) and Horrible Bosses 2 (2014) as her final roles.
She made her television debut in 2002 in the role of Molly in BS. From 2004 to 2006 she appeared as Will Vandom in W.I.T.C.H. and from 2008 to 2010 in Two and a Half Men and then later from 2011 to 2015 in The Exes. Recently she was in Superstore, which has been running since 2017 and from 2016 to 2017 in No Tomorrow.
In 2015 she was nominated for the BTVA Special/DVD Voice Acting Award for her role as the voice of Athena in Tom and Jerry: The Lost Dragon (2014)
In addition to movies and television shows, she has also made several appearances as a voice actor for a number of video games, including Tony Hawk’s Downhill Jam (2006) for Generic Female Skater and The Hardy Boys: The Hidden Theft (2008). She also sang voices for several characters in Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII and for Naomi Deter in Let it Die (2016).
Her Net Worth
When it comes to her net worth, Kelly Stables is not doing badly for herself. She has a net worth estimated at over $3 million. She has earned a large part of her fortune with her acting career.
Who’s Her Husband?
The ex-actress has not had many relationships in the past. In fact, she has only known one person in the past, Kurt Patino, whom she married later in 2005.
They got married on March 26, 2005, and have stayed together a lot since then. They have not only worked together as lovers but also with Kurt, who is the actress’ manager.
As the founder of the Patino Management Company, Kurt has also managed other stars, including Cerina Vincent of Stuck in the Middle, Jennifer Taylor of Shameless’ Jennifer Taylor, Barbara Niven of Chesapeake Shores, and Jane The Virgin’s Molly Hagan. He is also an award-winning writer and film producer. He was in the industry before he married his wife.
Their union was blessed with two children – Kendrick Kurt Patino and Kellen William. While Kendrick was born in 2012, she announced that she was pregnant with Kellen William in 2014 and gave birth to her son in 2015. He was born weeks before his due date and was born by cesarean section, weighing a massive 6 pounds, 8 ounces.
The two-and-a-half-man actress now lives with her husband and two sons in their home in Los Angeles as she continues her career.
Height and Body Measurements
In the height department, Kelly is not one of the biggest women you will meet on any given day. She is only 4 feet 11 inches tall. Nevertheless, she is still a good-looking woman with a bodyweight of 49 kg. Her body measurements, chest, and waist are 30-23-33 inches.