Tricia O'Kelley is an American actress best known for her role as Marly Ehrhardt in the television sitcom The New Adventures of Old Christine, from 2006-2010.
Tricia was born in Melrose, Massachusetts and began her acting career in Chicago where she appeared in various TV commercials.
She went to the University of Wisconsin in Madison where she studied TV and film production and returned to Chicago after she graduated to continue pursuing her career.
While in Chicago Tricia started a resource service providing actors with resources such as classes, workshops, career seminars and resume services.
She also published the largest resource book for actors in the Midwest in 1995/1996 and was honoured for her work with actors by being named as one of 100 Women Making a Difference in Chicago by Today's Chicago Woman magazine.
After moving to Los Angeles, O'Kelley was cast in guest roles in various TV shows including Everybody Loves Raymond, Two And A Half Men, CSI, Malcolm in the Middle, Frasier, Gilmore Girls and Once and Again.
In 2006 she appeared in the feature film Outside Sales, which premiered at the Vail International Film Festival.
In 2007 she acted in the feature film The Pink conspiracy and in 2008 played the title character in the film Weather Girl.
O'Kelley has a line of greetings cards called "Heartsongs" and is a member of the Theatre Echo Company.
She has been married to actor Adam Rosenblatt since 6 July, 2007.