Kelly has given birth to her first child, a girl, on April 28th 2008.
It has been confirmed that Kelly is to star in a new movie titled Good Times Are Killing Me. Filming is scheduled for this year.
Kelly has finished shooting a film with Freddie Prince Jr. called Jack and Jill vs. the World.
In 2006 Kelly won a Prism Award (Performance in a Drama Series Episode) for her portrayal of recovering alcoholic Kirsten Cohen on The OC. Prism Awards recognize outstanding contributions for the accurate depiction of drug, alcohol and tobacco use within entertainment programming.
Kelly has volunteered as an actress with the Young Storytellers Program.
Kelly and David Thomson, a Canadian billionaire, announced their engagement in June, 2007.
When not filming in L.A., Kelly prefers to spend time with her mother back in Canada.
Kelly appeared on movies alongside many famous actors, such as: Samuel L. Jackson, Matthew Perry, Neve Campbell and Julianne Moore.
Kelly was introduced to the world of acting while she was working on commercials back in College days.
When Kelly was still in College, she began modeling in order to earn some extra money.
Kelly is currently well known for her successful role on The O.C., as Kirsten Cohen.
When Kelly was forced to decide whether to finish her degree in English Literature, or to join the cast of Mount Royal, she could resist the fact that the filming was in Paris. She decide to leave the University.
Kelly Rowan was born in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
Kelly won a Gemini Award in 1994: Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Dramatic Program or Mini-Series. It was for her role on the series Adrift.
Kelly had a small recurring role in the hit series Dallas, as Dana. She appeared on 3 episodes, all in 1991.
The first movie in which Kelly participated was Steven Spielberg's Hook. It was in 1991.
Kelly's natural hair color is Blonde.
Kelly Rowan is 5' 7" (1.73 m).
Kelly's first ever role was on a canadian series called Mount Royal. It was back in 1987.
Kelly performed in the following plays:
1. Bloody Poetry at the Globe Playhouse.
2. So Many Words.
3. The Gingerbread Lady at the Coconut Grove Playhouse, Florida.
4. Approaching Lavender.
Kelly unloads stress by exercising with a boxing bag.
Kelly Rowan: (about filming The O.C.) We actually really do have fun on the set. There are days when we'll be doing a family scene, a dinner scene, and we'll start laughing and the poor crew is just rolling their eyes saying 'Would they just cut it out?'.
Kelly Rowan: You become public property. But the fans are actually quite charming, and they're so effusive about the show.
Kelly Rowan: (about The O.C.'s success) I had no idea until we'd been shooting for a while, and there was an event on the beach which we went to, and I got out of the car and there were 1,200 people screaming, and I thought, 'Oh, I guess people are watching this programme'.