Kelli Williams Biography
Kelli Williams is an American actress she is commonly known for her role as Lindsay Dole on the legal drama The Practice, psychologist and deception expert Dr. Gillian Foster on Lie to Me, and Jackie Clark on Army Wives.
Kelli Williams Age
Williams is 51 years old as of 2021. She was born on 8th June 1970. She celebrates her birthday on 8th June every year.
Kelli Williams Height
Williams stands at a height of 1.65 m.
Kelli Williams Family
Williams is the daughter of Shannon Wilcox an actress and John Williams a plastic surgeon. When she was 12 years old, her parents split. She has a half-brother and a full-brother.
Kelli Williams Husband
Williams is happily married to Ajay Sahgal and together they are blessed with three children Kiran Ram, Sarame Jane, and Ravi Lyndon.
Kelli Williams Net Worth
Williams has an estimated net worth of $4 million which she has earned through her career as an actress .
Kelli Williams Salary
Details of her annual salary are still under review.
The table below answers some of the frequently asked questions about Kelli Williams.
|How old is Kelli Williams?||51 years old|
|How tall is Williams?||1.65 meters|
|Who is Williams married to?||Ajay Sahgal|
|How much money does Kelli Williams earn?||Unknown|
|How much is Williams worth?||$4 million|
Kelli Williams Education
Williams attended elementary school at Lycée Français and graduated from Beverly Hills High School in 1988.
Kelli Williams Career
She was involved in the performing arts department at school. She was signed by an agent after acting alongside Steve Burton in the school’s performance of Romeo and Juliet. Williams first appeared on television in 1989, in a sequence from the CBS series Beauty and the Beast and as the main victim of the Hillside Stranglers in NBC’s made-for-TV film The Case of the Hillside Stranglers. Her first film roles were in Zapped Again! and There Goes My Baby, both starring Noah Wyle from ER. In 1991, she also appeared in The Young Riders. She also played Jennifer Stolpa in the 1994 television film Snowbound: The Jim and Jennifer Stolpa Story. She guest starred as Annie Alcott on the hit Fox youth sitcom Party of Five in its first season in 1994.
She also had an appearance in the season two Law and Order episode “Sisters Of Mercy” as an explicitly mismanaged meth addict in 1992. Beginning with scene 11 of the sci-fi series Earth 2, titled “Moon Cross,” Williams played Mary, a human vagabond raised on another planet by the indigenous outsider species known as the Terrians in a multiple scene tale cyclical segment. Her most well-known character was Lindsay Dole Donnellon in the ABC legal drama The Practice in 1997. She appears in two episodes of Scrubs as well as the programmes The Lyon’s Den and Hack.
Williams starred as Dr. Natalie Durant on the NBC drama Medical Investigation, which premiered in the fall of 2004 and lasted 20 episodes before being cancelled. She also starred in the TV drama A Boyfriend for Christmas in 2004. In 2000, Kelli starred in the TV movie Flowers for Algernon, based on Daniel Keyes’ novel/short storey. In the Law and Order: Criminal Intent 6th season finale scene, “Restoration,” she played Holly Lauren/Kathleen Shaw, an inviting neighbour of Detective Mike Logan who kicks the bucket near the end of the episode. Williams was cast in the lead role of therapist Dr. Gillian Foster in the Fox series Lie to Me in August 2008, and the show ran for three seasons, ending in 2011.
Kelli Williams Movies
- A Boyfriend for Christmas 2004
- There Goes My Baby 1994
- Lifepod 1993
- Flowers for Algernon 2000
- Snowbound: The Jim and Jennifer Stolpa Story 1994
- A Song for Christmas
- Mary & Tim 1996
- A Woman Scorned: The Betty Broderick Story 1992
- Zapped Again! 1990
- For Their Own Good 1993
- Any Day Now 2012
- Mr. Jones 1993
- Voice from the Grave 1996
- Her Final Fury: Betty Broderick, the Last Chapter 1992
- Sweetwater 1999
- The Space Between 2010
- Gossip 2008
Kelli Williams Shows
- Lie to Me 2009 – 2011
- The Practice 1997 – 2004
- Army Wives
- Since 2007
- Ties That Bind 2015
- Medical Investigation 2004 – 2005
- The Fosters 2013 – 2018
- High Bar Since 2007