Brooke D'Orsay (born February 17, 1982) is a Canadian actress, best known for voicing the character of Caitlin Cooke on the Teletoon animated series 6teen (2004–2010) and Brooke Mayo in the 2005 movie King's Ransom.
For American audiences, she is best known as Paige Collins-Lawson on Royal Pains and as Kate in Two and a Half Men. She played Deb on the Lifetime original series Drop Dead Diva and was in the Nickelodeon original movie The Boy Who Cried Werewolf as Paulina Von Eckberg. Since 2017, D'Orsay has become known for her performances in Hallmark Channel's Countdown to Christmas made-for-TV films. She also acted in a 2012 movie How to fall in love as Anni, a broke midlife waitress/event planner who helps a high school friend as a 'dating coach' and falls in love in the process.
Her first major acting role was in 2001, in the movie Why Can't I Be a Movie Star? as Jennifer Kruz. D'Orsay followed with several roles in television: Ellen in Doc, Justine in Soul Food and Felicity Fury in four episodes of Ace Lightning.
D'Orsay voiced Caitlin Cooke on the Teletoon animated series 6teen. She appeared on The Big Bang Theory as Christy and How I Met Your Mother as Margaret. D'Orsay was the "Nestea Girl" in the long-running Nestea Plunge commercial. She had a main role on Gary Unmarried as Sasha, the head boss of the sports radio network.
D'Orsay played Deb Dobkins, the dead model, in the Lifetime series Drop Dead Diva and was a cast member on the USA Network series Royal Pains as Paige Collins, wife of HankMed CFO Evan R. Lawson. She also starred in the Nickelodeon original movie The Boy Who Cried Werewolf (2010) as Paulina Von Eckberg and played Kate, Walden Schmidt's girlfriend, a recurring role on Two and a Half Men in 2012–2014.
|2001||Why Can't I Be a Movie Star?||Jennifer Kruz|
|2002||Truths of Insanity||Girl||Short film|
|Fortune's Sweet Kiss||Cassandra|
|2003||Home Security||Lisa||Short film|
|The Republic of Love||Mother #3|
|2004||The Skulls III||Veronica Bell||Video|
|Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle||Clarissa|
|2005||King's Ransom||Brooke Mayo|
|2006||Room 10||Jessica||Short film|
|It's a Boy Girl Thing||Breanna|
|2002||Doc||Ellen||Episode: "All in the Family"|
|Soul Food||Justine||Episode: "Lovers and Other Strangers"|
|Everybody's Doing It||Caroline||Television film (MTV)|
|2003||My Life as a Movie||Brenda Dellacasa||Television film|
|Beautiful Girl||Eve Kindley||Television film (ABC)|
|Wild Card||Heather Robbins||Episode: "Bullet Proof"|
|2004||Then Comes Marriage||Jenna||Television film (The WB)|
|Ace Lightning||Felicity Fury||Recurring role (4 episodes)|
|Medical Investigation||Melissa Getemer||Episode: "Team"|
|2004–10||6teen||Caitlin Cooke (voice)||Main role (93 episodes)|
|2005||Life on a Stick||Nancy||Episode: "Breaking Away"|
|Braceface||Claire (voice)||Episodes: "Clean Slate", "All About Sharon"|
|Corner Gas||Carol||Episode: "The Littlest Yarbo"|
|2006–08||Happy Hour||Heather Hanson||Main role (14 episodes)|
|2007||Wildlife||Television film (NBC)|
|Two and a Half Men||Robin||Episode: "Young People Have Phlegm Too"|
|The Big Bang Theory||Christy||Episode: "The Dumpling Paradox"|
|2008||Five Year Plan||Darcie||Television film (NBC)|
|2009||Single White Millionaire||Angela Becker||Television film (CBS)|
|Psych||April MacArthur||Episode: "Six Feet Under the Sea"|
|How I Met Your Mother||Margaret||Episode: "The Stinsons"|
|2009–10||Gary Unmarried||Sasha||Main role (17 episodes)|
|2009–11||Drop Dead Diva||Deb Dobkins||Recurring role (9 episodes)|
|2010||The Boy Who Cried Werewolf||Paulina Von Eckberg||Television film (Nickelodeon)|
|2010–16||Royal Pains||Paige Collins||Main role (55 episodes)|
|2011||Smothered||Gillian||Television film (ABC)|
|2012||How to Fall in Love||Annie Hayes||Television film (Hallmark)|
|2012–14||Two and a Half Men||Kate||Recurring role (7 episodes)|
|2014||June in January||June Fraser||Television film (Hallmark)|
|2017||Miss Christmas||Holly Khun||Television film (Hallmark)|
|9JKL||Natalie||Episode: "Lovers Getaway"|
|2018||Christmas In Love||Ellie Hartman||Television Movie (Hallmark)|
|2019||Nostalgic Christmas||Anne Garrison||Television Movie (Hallmark)|
|2020||Grace and Frankie||Chelsea||Episode: "The Funky Walnut"|
|2020||A Godwink Christmas: Second Chance, First Love||Margie Southworth||Television Movie (Hallmark)|
|2021||Beverly Hills Wedding||Molly Machardy||Television Movie (Hallmark)|
- "Brooke D'Orsay Biography". BuddyTV. Archived from the original on 2013-02-18. Retrieved 2013-06-07.
- Eddie Roche (August 2, 2012). "Look, Brooke". Fashion Week Daily. Archived from the original on December 30, 2013. Retrieved 2013-12-28.
- Kate Stanhope (April 4, 2012). "Exclusive Video: Royal Pains Promotes Campbell Scott, Brooke D'Orsay for Season 4". TV Guide. Retrieved 2013-06-07.