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Kelly Hager Thiebaud
August 28, 1982
|Height||5 ft 9 in (1.75 m)|
|Partner(s)||Bryan Craig (2013–2016)|
Kelly Hager Thiebaud(born on August 28, 1982) is an American actress and model best known for her portrayal of Dr. Britt Westbourne on ABC's General Hospital . She has also been in several films including Hostel: Part III and Grace Unplugged .
Thiebaud was born in El Campo, Texas and debuted as Dr. Britt Westbourne on September 19, 2012.In February 2013, Soap Opera Digest confirmed that the actress had been upgraded to a contract status. On November 10, 2014, it was announced that Thiebaud had been placed on recurring status following the conclusion of her two-year contract, in order to pursue other acting opportunities.
Thiebaud previously had minor acting credits on the NBC Daytime soap opera Days of Our Lives and primetime series Criminal Minds .Apart from her acting work, she also modeled and appeared in four music videos for French disc jockey David Guetta.
Thiebaud is also known for her movie roles in Hostel: Part III (2011) and Healing the Stupid (2013).She also appeared in Grace Unplugged , playing according to Variety a "superstar pop tart" who uses her body as her path to success.
Thiebaud became engaged to her former General Hospital co-star Bryan Craig in June 2015.They had been together since 2013. As of 2016, they have broken up.
|2002||Journey of Redemption||Lindsey||Directed by Mark Harwell.|
|2011||Hostel: Part III||Amy|
|2013||Grace Unplugged||Renae Taylor|
|Healing the Stupid||Carla||Directed by Adam Lynton.|
|Raze||Vanessa||Exploitation film that was directed by Josh C. Waller|
|2017||Abduction of Angie||Miranda||Exploitation film that was directed by Danny Boyle|
|2018||Every 21 Seconds||Mary Beth Sweeney||Exploitation film that was directed by Kuba Luczkiewicz|
|The Surrogate||Danielle||Exploitation film that was directed by Isak Borg and Dena Hysell|
|2010||Chuck||Lady Agent||Episode: "Chuck Versus the Final Exam" (S 3: Ep 11)|
|Evelyn Shaw||Episode: "Chuck Versus the American Hero" (S 3: Ep 12)|
|2011||Castle||Chloe Graves/Greta Morgan||Episode: "Nikki Heat" (S 3: Ep 11)|
|The Secret Life of the American Teenager||Karlee Carmichael||Episodes: |
|Days of Our Lives||Alicia||Episodes: |
|2012||Criminal Minds||Rebecca||Episode: "A Family Affair" (S 7: Ep 16)|
|2012–present||General Hospital||Dr. Britt Westbourne|
|2017||Love at First Glance||Carey||Television film|
|2019||A Mother on the Edge||Blair Ayken||Television film|
|2020||Station 19||Eva Vasquez||Season 3|
|2018||Every 21 Seconds||Cinema World Fest Awards||Best Acting||Won|
|Festigious International Film Festival||Best Ensemble Cast||Won|
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