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Brooke D'Orsay

Brooke D'Orsay

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Brooke D’Orsay most recently starred in “A Not So Royal Christmas,” “A Fabled Holiday,” and “Wedding of a Lifetime!” for Hallmark Channel, she has also graced Hallmark Movies & Mysteries’ in “A Godwink Christmas: Second Chance, First Love.” D’Orsay had a recurring role on Netflix’s “Grace and Frankie” and prior to that starred in the hit USA Network original series “Royal Pains.”

Born and raised in Canada, D’Orsay began her career as a member of the Toronto-based improv troupe Trailervision. When she moved to Los Angeles, early comedic training helped her gain footing in the sitcom world. After guest spots on “How I Met Your Mother” and “The Big Bang Theory,” followed by series regular roles on Fox’s “Happy Hour” and CBS’ “Gary Unmarried,” D’Orsay went on to play Ashton Kutcher’s recurring love interest on “Two and a Half Men.”

To Canadian audiences she is best known as Caitlin Cooke on the animated series “6TEEN,” whereas American audiences know her best as Deb Dobkins on “Drop Dead Diva,” as well as Paige Collins on “Royal Pains.” After completing seven seasons of the medical dramedy, D'Orsay went on to star in “Miss Christmas,” her first holiday movie for Hallmark Channel. Since then, she has starred in many others including “A GodWink Christmas” and “Nostalgic Christmas.”

Other notable appearances include Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle, “Psyche,” and Jennifer Aniston’s directorial debut, “Room 10. "

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