Kelly Stables is an actress from America. She is widely known for her work as Melissa in the television sitcom “Two and a Half Man” and her role as Eden Konkler in “The Exes”. She is also famous for her portrayal of Kelly in the single-camera television sitcom “Superstore”. She has also made appearances in “The Grubbs”, “The Haunted Mansion”, “Rings”, “State’s Evidence”, “Zambezia”, “General Hospital”, “Mad Love”, “Peter Pan” and several other films, television series and stage productions.

In over a decade, the forty-two-year-old actress has made appearances in twenty-five films, twenty-six television series, and a few stage acts. She has also done voice roles for a few videogame characters.

Quick Info
Full NameKelly Stables
Date of BirthJanuary 26, 1978
Birth PlaceSt. Louis, Missouri, U.S.
Parent(s)Jill Cissel
Height4' 10"
Weight54 kg
Spouse(s)Kurt Patino ​(m. 2005)
Net WorthUS $3 million


What was Kelly Stables born and raised?

Kelly was born on 26th January 1978 in Missouri. Her mother’s name is Jill Cissel, but her father’s name is unknown. She is the second child and has an older sister, Tanya. She was fascinated with acting when she was just a small kid. She used to perform for her neighbors and family.

She completed her high school studies from Lafayette High School. During her high school years, she was a well-known cheerleader and had also made an appearance in the magazine “American Cheerleader”. She then completed her bachelor’s from the University of Missouri. She majored in Communication and minored in Television and Theatre Performance. She is also an ex-member of Delta Gamma.

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Kelly Stables’s first film role was as a stunt girl for the 2002 superhero movie “Spider-Man”. Her stunt roles were uncredited in the film. She then portrayed Young Sophie in “The Grubbs”, the same year. She had also done stunts for the 2002 supernatural horror film “The Ring”. She is well-known for her actions in the movie even today.

In 2003, she made an appearance as Queen Ghost in “The Haunted Mansion” and as Lydia Meryton in “Pride & Prejudice: A Latter-Day Comedy”. She then featured in “Bring it on Again” for a small role in 2004. The same year, she had also done stunts for “The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement”. She then did voice role for Schnitzel Kid 1 in the 2005 animated musical comedy film “Hoodwinked!”.

The same year, she played Samara Morgan in the short horror film “Rings”. She then featured as Evil Samara in “The Ring Two”, the English adaptation of the Japanese horror film “Ringu”. The film was a hit in the box-office, making a collection of $164 million against a $50 million budget. She has also made appearances in “Furnace”, “Telling Lies”, “State’s Evidence”, “Dragon Hunter”, “My Life: Untitled”, “Should’ve Been Romeo,” and several other movies.

She is also known for her voice roles in “Zambezia”, “Tom and Jerry: The Lost Dragon”, “Dolittle”, “Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2”, “Love and Germaphobia,” and “Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem”.

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Television Shows

Kelly Stables’s first television role was in the 2002 television film “B.S.” as Molly. She then made an appearance in an episode of “General Hospital” as Teenage Bobbie Spencer. From 2004 to 2006, she featured as the primary voice for Will Vandom in the animated television series “W.I.T.C.H.”. She had also made appearances in “How I Met Your Mother” and “’ Til Death” in 2006.

She also had a recurring role in the comedy-drama television series “Greek” as Janette from 2007 to 2009. She was featured in eight episodes of the show. In 2008, she starred in “Two and a Half Men” as Melissa and was a part of the series for ten episodes from 2008 to 2010. She has also starred in “Life” and “The Bold and the Beautiful” in 2008.

She has also made appearances in “Santa Baby 2: Christmas Maybe”, “Bones”, “Mad Love”, “The Exes”, “Baby Daddy”, “Sofia the First”, “Mom”, “Speechless”, “Young Justice” and several other televisions series. She is also portraying Kelly in the ongoing television series “Superstore”.

Kelly has also been featured in several theatre productions, including “Peter Pan” and “Sleeping Beauty”. She has also given her voice for the videogames, “Tony Hawk’s Downhill Jam”, “The Hardy Boys: The Hidden Theft”, “Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII,” and “Let It Die”.



Kelly Stables has only had one award nominations until now. She was nominated for the Behind the Voice Actors Awards in 2015.


Personal Life

Kelly Stables is married to Kurt Patino since 2005 and has two children, both sons from the relationship. She is also known for her short stature.

She was an exceptional student during her high school years and had also been the class president in her senior year.

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Social Media

Kelly Stables over 34K followers in her official Instagram handle @kellystables.


Net Worth

According to, Kelly Stables has an estimated net worth of $3 million.


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