Tricia O'Kelley

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Tricia O'Kelley

Born

9/26/1968, Melrose, Massachusetts, USA

Birth Name

Patricia Beth O'Kelley

Gender

Female
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    • Tricia graduated from the University of Wisconsin. She studied TV and film production there.

    • Tricia played in many television commercials such as for McDonald's, Budweiser and Sears.

    • Tricia is a member of the Echo Theater Company.

    • Tricia founded a full-service resource center for actors. It provided classes for workshops, resume services, career consultations, and seminars.

    • Tricia currently lives in Los Angeles and in her spare time, loves to organize the homes, offices and closets of her friends, family and anyone else who will let her. A huge fan of courtroom drama books and detective shows, she would love the chance to be a private investigator for a day.

    • A few years ago Tricia began designing a line of greeting cards that soon became one of Recylcled Paper Greetings best selling lines. Heartsongs are currently carried in select Target Stores and other outlets worldwide where Recycled Paper Greetings are sold.

    • She was honored as one of the 100 Women Making a Difference in Chicago by Today's Chicago Woman (1995), and appeared on the magazine's cover.

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  • She is hot.

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    I don't know much about Tricia O'Kelley. All I know is that she was once a guest star on Malcolm in the Middle. She was really hot as Ms. Welsh. To be honest, she was just an okay actress and nothing more in terms of acting. I do have to say that I don't think she has been in too many films from what I understand. She was probably the best guest character on the show for a couple of episodes. Overall, I think she was pretty good in playing a skittish teacher trying to control the weird students. So it was fine. Thank you.moreless
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