|Full Name||Lisa Robin Kelly|
|Birth City||Southington, Connecticut|
|Birth Country||The U.S.A|
|Father Name||Thomas Carl Kelly|
|Mother Name||Linda Diane Kelly|
|Spouse||Robert Joseph Gilliam|
|Filmography||The Survivor,Cries Unheard: The Donna Yaklich Story,Relentless IV: Ashes to Ashes,Payback,Amityville: Dollhouse,Young Hearts Unlimited,Clubland,Kill the Man,Late Last Night 1999,SUX2BME,That '70s Show|
|Education||beauty School Graduate, DePaul University's Goodman School of Drama|
|Date of Birth||March 5,1970|
Late Lisa Robin Kelly was an American actress best known on the TV show That' 70s Show for her role as Laurie Forman.
Before' That's the' 70s Show,' she had taken small parts in several comedy settings. She also was seen in some episodes of 'Charmed,' 'The X-Files,' 'Murphy Brown' and 'Silk Stalkings.'
During the final days before her death, she kept making headlines for infamous reasons such as getting arrested numerous times on various charges, such as drinking and driving, domestic violence, obscenity in public and drug use. Which eventually led to her death.
The actress was in a rehabilitation center in her final days. With the end of Lisa, the world lost an excellent actress with a huge potential.
Born in Southington, Connecticut, USA on March 5, 1970, Lisa Robin Kelly was the daughter of Thomas Carl Kelly and Linda Diane Kelly.
Lisa spent a happy childhood, according to her family and friends. She was very attached to her parents from an early age. Lisa moved from Sylvania to Ohio to attend her high school, and was a high school baseball squad's cheerleader.
Lisa then started training in acting right after she completed her school. Eventually, she joined DePaul University's Goodman School of Drama in 1992 and even before completion of her acting course she was doing numerous TV shows.
Kelly made her debut in the episode "Kelly Doesn't Live Here Anymore" in the 1992s Married with Children. In 1994 she popped up once more in episodes of Silk Stalkings and on Charmed in 1999, as well as in direct-to-video and TV movies such as Amityville Dollhouse, Late Last Night and Jawbreaker.
On That's 70s Show, Kelly performed Laurie Forman, Eric Forman's older sister.
YouTube: Laurie Forman in Full Effect
She suddenly left the Show in the mid of its third season, and her character in the show went on to attend beauty school.
She returned to the Show again for four episodes in the fifth season but was substituted in the sixth season with another actress Christina Moore.
In August 2010, Kelly was detained on charges of driving under the influence in North Carolina. In November 2010, she pleaded guilty, was punished and sentenced for 12 months of controlled probation.
On March 31, 2012, Kelly was again arrested on a misdemeanor, and felony charge pressed by her ex-boyfriend John Michasfor sighting corporal injury and was later released on bail of $10,000.
She later made a public statement saying that she was the one who was assaulted and denied Michas' claims, but Los Angeles County District Attorney refused to press any charges.
Later, she filed a divorce and a restraining order against Gilliam. On June 23, 2013, Kelly was detained for a suspected DUI when the law enforcement officials received a report for a parked vehicle to block a lane on the I-5 motorway. Subsequently, she field-sobriety test.
"That 70s Show" actress Lisa reportedly died in her sleep at a rehabilitation facility, and she is now survived by Robert Joseph Gilliam, her ex-husband.
Not much is publicly known about Gilliam, despite the fact that he and Kelly had a highly volatile relationship involving alcohol abuse, arrests on charges of assault, and vicious fighting.
Her ex-husband also sued the facility for its carelessness, and later his lawyer outed that he has settled the case; however, the compensation for the settlement of the claim wasn't revealed.
Days after having checked in at Pax Rehab in Altadena, California, Kelly died in her sleep at the facility on August 15, 2013, at the age of 43.
On January 3, 2014, Coroner's Department of Los Angeles discovered that her death was due to accidentally unknown oral "multiple drug intoxication."