Arielle Kebbel was most recently seen in the fan-favorite role of Lucy in the hit FOX series “9-1-1,” on which recurred for the past two seasons. Kebbel has also wrapped production on the independent feature Site, opposite Jake McLaughlin and Theo Rossi.
In 2020, she portrayed the lead role of Amelia in the NBC series “Lincoln” opposite Russell Hornsby, which was based on the highly popular Jeffrey Deaver crimes novel, The Bone Collector. Kebbel previously starred on the NBC series, “Midnight, Texas,” based on the bestselling supernatural trilogy by Charlaine Harris of the same name, while recurring in a scene-stealing role in ABC’s “Grand Hotel,” produced by Eva Longoria.
On the big screen, Kebbel co-starred in the successful sequels to the “After” franchise – After We Fell and After Ever Happy in 2021 and 2022. Kebbel could be seen starring in the final installment of the Fifty Shades of Grey saga, Fifty Shades Freed, which premiered in February 2018 breaking box office records. Kebbel portrayed Gia Matteo, Christian Grey’s architect, to whom Ana gives the nickname "Miss-Provocative-And-Unfortunately-Good-At-Her-Job.”
On the small screen, Kebbel starred opposite Dwayne Johnson on HBO’s hit series, “Ballers,” which focuses on a group of young athletes working on making a name for themselves with the misguided advice of their agents and financial advisors. She caught the attention of critics and audiences alike in her scene-stealing turn as the villainous Britney in Lifetime’s critically acclaimed series, “UnREAL,” a performance which Entertainment Weekly cited as one of the “Best of 2015.”
Kebbel is perhaps most familiar to television audiences from her role on The CW’s “The Vampire Diaries,” in which she played the charismatic and wise-beyond-her-300 years, Lexi Branson. In addition to her role on the hit show, Kebbel hosted The CW’s “The Vampire Diaries: Rehash,” an interactive weekly recap of the show. Additional television credits include recurring roles on “Gilmore Girls,” “Life Unexpected,” “Grounded for Life,” “The League,” “The Grinder” and The CW’s “90210,” as well as guest starring roles on “True Blood,” “Hawaii 5-0” and “Law & Order: SVU.”
Over the years, Kebbel has starred in a number of films which made their debuts at prestigious film festivals such as Brooklyn Brothers Beat the Best, directed by Ryan O’Nan which premiered at the 2011 Toronto International Film Festival; I Melt with You, starring Rob Lowe and Jeremy Piven which premiered at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival; and Supporting Characters, directed by Daniel Schecter and also starring Lena Dunham, which premiered at the 2012 Tribeca International Film Festival. Other film credits include John Tucker Must Die, The Uninvited, The Grudge 2, Think Like a Man, and Aquamarine.
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Kebbel currently resides in New York.