Brooke D’Orsay most recently starred in “A Dickens of a Holiday!” for Hallmark Channel and Hallmark Movies & Mysteries’ “A Godwink Christmas: Second Chance, First Love.” She had a recurring role on Netflix’s “Grace and Frankie” and prior to that starred in the hit USA Network original series “Royal Pains.”
D’Orsay began her career as a member of the Toronto-based improv troupe Trailervision, where she cut her teeth as a comedic performer. She then proceeded to voice the character of Caitlin Cooke on the popular Canadian animated sitcom “6Teen.” After moving to Los Angeles, she went on to star in FOX’s “Happy Hour” and CBS’ “Gary Unmarried.” Additional small screen credits include fan favorites “The Big Bang Theory,” “How I Met Your Mother” and “Two and a Half Men,” in which she played Ashton Kutcher's recurring love interest. Many fans also recognize her from playing Deb Dobkins, the lamented diva in the Lifetime comedy-drama series “Drop Dead Diva.” D’Orsay has made audiences laugh on the large screen in the cult classic Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle, followed by New Line Cinema’s King’s Ransom, and Jennifer Aniston’s directorial debut, Room 10. She also starred in the Hallmark Channel original movies “Christmas in Love,” “Miss Christmas,” “June in January” and “How to Fall in Love,” among others.