Joanne Kelly is a well-known Canadian actress who has featured in several movies since 2002. She portrayed a secret service agent, Myka Bering in the TV series, Warehouse 13. Kelly has also featured in the television film, Playing House; for which she was nominated for a Gemini Award. This was in 2006 and the accolade was for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Dramatic Program or Mini-Series.
Joanne Kelly Bio
Joanne M. Kelly was born in Bay d’Espoir, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada on December 22, 1978, to Canadian parents. There is no information about her parents or that of her family background, but she has one brother.
Kelly attended Acadia University, Nova Scotia. While it is not clear what she studied in school, it is known that she had an interest in sports like basketball, volleyball, tracks, and badminton. She also wanted to be a hockey player and was into figure skating but a career in acting obviously called a little louder.
In Nova Scotia, she also participated in relevant programs and competitions to bolster her career interests.
Joanne Kelly started her acting career around the early years of 2000, which was when she landed her first movie role in the 2002 drama film, The Bay of Love and Sorrows. She appeared in other shows such as Tracker, Largo Winch, and Mutant X; all of which were released in the same year.
In 2003 and 2004, she was featured as Libby on episode 8 of J. Michael Straczynski’s series, Jeremiah, and as Sara Collins in Fox’s Vanished. Kelly played the role of a vampire named Bianca in 2007’s The Dresden Files and in 2008, she featured as Michelle Montgomery in the fourth season (Metamorphosis) of the dark fantasy series, Supernatural. Subsequently, she starred in all parts (1-3) of Jack Hunter and Diamonds (1-2).
From 2009 until 2014, she was starred as a Secret Service agent named Myka Bering on the Syfy series Warehouse 13. But in between the years, she featured in television films like Republic of Doyle, The Deep End, CSI: Maimi, No Ordinary family, Hostages, and Don’t Blink. She also featured in Runoff. The independent film written and directed by Kimberly Levin brought her critical acclaims for her outstanding performance.
In 2015, Kelly appeared in Vox, Closet Monster, and The Returned. The next year, she landed a recurring role as Allison Shaw in the drama series Zoo, as well as featuring as Hannah in Away and Everywhere. Notably, she worked with Peter Coyote in the Canadian television drama, Disappearance (2017).
Over the years in which Joanne Kelly has served the entertainment industry as a professional actress, she has consistently featured in tons of projects which has brought her increased fame and fortune. As of 2015, her net worth was estimated at $5 million.
Although she is yet to win any coveted award for any of her works, Joanne Kelly has sustained her career in the entertainment industry and doesn’t seem to be slowing down or retiring anytime soon.
Kelly is not an avid social media user and is only active on Twitter with over 104k followers. Nonetheless, she is undeniably a successful woman with a lot of fan followings.
Husband and Family
Joanne Kelly is currently believed to be single since she has not been seen with any partner in public, neither is there any information about her love life or past relationships. Being as strictly private as she is, there isn’t enough media coverage on her personal life off the screen.
Almost nothing is known about things like her past life, boyfriend, close friends, house, cars, etc. She has only been spotted with co-star Eddie McClintock at the NBC Universal’s Summer Press Day at Langham Hotel in Pasadena, California. This was way back in April. 2014.
Height and Weight
Joanne Kelly’s height is listed at 5 feet 9 inches with a body weight of 62 kg. Other details of her body features are as shown below:
Hair color: Dark brown
Eye color: Hazel brown.
Bra size: 34B,
Shoe size: 9(US)
Dress size: 6(US).
In view of the above, it is pretty obvious that the Playing House star is one of the entertainers who has been able to maintain a good body structure.