Kelly Rowan Biography
Afterwards she enrolled at the British American Drama Academy and then moved to New York and trained at the prestigious Neighborhood Playhouse. While in college Kelly Rowan used to do modeling stints to pay for her bills.
In 1980, she started acting and was seen in several movies in Hollywood including Three to Tango, The Gate and A Girl Thing. She also guest starred in several television shows including Growing Pains, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, The Outerlimits, Dallas, The Da Vincis Inquest and Adrift, for which she was awarded the Gemini Award for her performance. She is one of Hollywoods stars on television.
In 2002, Kelly Rowan landed the role of Kirsten Cohen in the hit series The O.C. She played opposite Tate Donovan, Benjamin McKenzie, Peter Gallagher, Melinda Clarke and Adam Brody. In the series, she played the role of a recovering alcoholic, for which she was awarded the Prism Award.
That same year, she guest starred in Boomtown, playing the character of the wife of David McNorris, Marian. She reprised her role as Marian, the deceived wife, the following year, 2003. In 2005, she appeared in the video of the song Still I Long For Your Kiss by her The O.C. costar, Peter Gallegher. The song was included in Galleghers album 7 Days in Memphis.
Kelly Rowan was also a volunteer actress of Young Storytellers Program and was also seen in the movie made for television, In Gods Country. In 2008, she is set to appear with Freddie Prinze, Jr. in the movie Jack and Jill vs. The World. She has also finished the movie She Drives Me Crazy, as a producer and is set to appear in another movie entitled, Good Times are Killing Me.
Kelly Rowan is presently engaged to David Thomson, the Canadian billionaire.