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Lisa Robin Kelly Wiki/Biography
Lisa Robin Kelly was born on the 5th March 1970 in Southington, Connecticut USA, and was an actress known for her roles in the film series “Amityville: Dollhouse” (1996–1997), and the sitcom “That ’70s Show” (1998–2003). Lisa Robin Kelly had been active in the entertainment industry from 1992 to 2012 when she died in August 2013.
How much was the net worth of Lisa Robin Kelly? Her wealth was equal to $1,000 according to the estimation made by authoritative sources. The main source of her net worth was acting.
Lisa Robin Kelly Net Worth $1,000
To begin with, she grew up in Southington. Concerning her professional career, Lisa Robin Kelly made her acting debut in an episode of the television series “Married… with Children” in 1992. Lisa also appeared in episodes of other television series like “Silk Stalkings” (1994), “Renegade” (1994), “Platypus Man” (1995), “ABC Afterschool Special” (1995), “The X-Files” (1996), “Hope and Gloria” (1996), “Days of Our Lives” (1996) and many others. All contributed to her net worth.
Lisa was then cast as Laurie Forman in the television series “That ’70s Show” (1998 – 2003), appearing in more than 50 episodes of the series. Meanwhile, she also appeared in the main cast of the crime thriller films “Relentless IV: Ashes to Ashes” (1994) directed by Oley Sassone, “Payback” (1995) directed by Anthony Hickox, the comedy film “Kill the Man” (1999) directed by Tom Booker and Jon Kean and other films. Furthermore, she created many roles in television films, for example in “Cries Unheard: The Donna Yaklich Story” (1994) directed by Armand Mastroianni, “Late Last Night” (1999) directed and written by Steven Brill and other films. Overall, all the above mentioned roles increased the total size of Lisa Robin Kelly’s net worth.
It should also be noted that Lisa Robin Kelly also had many legal problems which occurred as a result of heavy drinking and drug abuse. In the summer of 2010, Kelly was arrested in North Carolina for DUI, and was sentenced to 12 months of unsupervised probation. In the spring of 2012, she was arrested on charges of felony injury of a spouse, and released on bail of $50,000, but in the autumn of 2012, police arrested Kelly and her husband Robert Joseph Gilliam, because of disturbances at their home. They were charged with domestic violence and released on bail. In summer of 2013, Kelly was again arrested for DUI, and blocking the traffic with her car.
Kelly died on the 14th August, 2013, at the age of 43. The reason for her death was a multiple drug overdose. Her manager Craig Wyckoff, later said that he had spoken with Kelly days before, and she had seemed excited at beginning a rehabilitation program voluntarily. On the 3rd January 2014, the investigating judge in Los Angeles concluded that Kelly’s death was the result of oral multiple drug intoxication.
Finally, in the personal life of the actress, she was married to Robert Gilliam. The family did not have children.
|Full Name||Lisa Robin Kelly|
|Date Of Birth||March 1970 in Southington, Connecticut USA|
|Died||August 15, 2013, Altadena, California, United States|
|Place Of Birth||Mount Pleasant, Michigan, United States|
|Height||5' 5" (1.65 m)|
|Education||The Theatre School at DePaul University, University of Tulsa|
|Spouse||Robert Joseph Gilliam (m. 2012–2013)|
|Parents||Linda Diane Grimm, Thomas C. Kelly|
|Movies||“Silk Stalkings” (1994), “Renegade” (1994), “Platypus Man” (1995), “ABC Afterschool Special” (1995), "Jawbreaker" “The X-Files” (1996), “Hope and Gloria” (1996), “Days of Our Lives” (1996)|
|TV Shows||"That '70s Show", "Amityville Dollhouse" (1996), "Late Last Night" (1999), "Married... with Children" (1992)|
|1||Jawbreaker (1999) was her only theatrical film role.|
|2||Lisa Robin Kelly was arrested on a felony charge of corporal injury upon a spouse on March 31, 2012 in Los Angeles, California. [March 2012]|
|3||Pled guilty to DWI in North Carolina. [November 2010]|
|4||(August 14, 2013) Died at a rehab clinic at the age of 43.|
|5||In June 2013 she filed for divorce from her husband of 8 months Robert Joseph Gilliam, but they were never divorced before her death 2 months later.|
|6||Graduated from the Goodman School of Drama at Depaul University with a BFA in Acting in 1992.|
|7||Was sentenced to 12 months of unsupervised probation in North Carolina after pleading guilty to drunken driving. Was arrested by police on August 21, 2010 on suspicion of driving while intoxicated [December 20, 2010].|
|8||Left That '70s Show (1998) during the show's third season, and it was explained that her character left town to attend beauty school. She was invited back to the show by producers toward the end of the fifth season, and appeared in a few episodes, only to leave again at the beginning of the sixth season, replaced by Christina Moore.|
|The Food Chain: A Hollywood Scarytale||2005||Short||Marilyn|
|That '70s Show||1998-2003||TV Series||Laurie Forman|
|Late Last Night||1999||TV Movie||Tristan|
|Kill the Man||1999||Nan|
|Young Hearts Unlimited||1998||TV Movie||Molly|
|The Net||1998||TV Series||Lucy|
|Buddy Faro||1998||TV Series||Rita Nardo|
|Fantasy Island||1998||TV Series||Regina|
|Poltergeist: The Legacy||1998||TV Series||Janine Kinsey|
|Performance Anxiety||1997||Laura Kincaid|
|Alone||1997||TV Movie||Mary Louise|
|Married with Children||1992-1997||TV Series||Heather Talrico / Carol|
|Pistol Pete||1996||TV Movie||Mayor's Daughter|
|Hope & Gloria||1996||TV Series||Debbee|
|The X-Files||1996||TV Series||Terri Roberts|
|Murphy Brown||1995||TV Series||Student|
|Terror in the Shadows||1995||TV Movie||Patty|
|ABC Afterschool Specials||1995||TV Series||Ashley|
|Spring Fling!||1995||TV Movie||Jenny|
|Platypus Man||1995||TV Series||Brandi|
|Relentless IV: Ashes to Ashes||1994||Video||Sherrie|
|Cries Unheard: The Donna Yaklich Story||1994||TV Movie|
|Silk Stalkings||1994||TV Series||Gina Nelson|
|Days of Our Lives||1965||TV Series||Jill Stevens #1 (1996)|
|Good Morning America||2012||TV Series||Herself|
|Hollywood Squares||2000||TV Series||Herself|
|Search Party||1999-2000||TV Series||Celebrity Contestant / Herself|
|That '70s Show Special: The Final Goodbye||2006||TV Special||Laurie Forman #1|
|E! True Hollywood Story||2006||TV Series documentary||Herself|