Within the first week of moving to Los Angeles, Arielle Kebbel successfully auditioned for her first major role portraying Lindsay Lister on the CW's “Gilmore Girls.” She went on to become a major recurring role throughout the third, fourth and fifth season. Kebbel has since appeared in television shows such as “Entourage,” “Grounded for Life,” “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit,” “The Vampire Diaries” and “90210.”
In 2004, Kebbel made her film debut alongside Kevin Hart, Tom Arnold and Snoop Dogg in the hip-hop comedy film “Soul Plane.” She has also had numerous notable roles in films such as “Be Cool,” “The Kid & I,” “American Pie Presents: Band Camp,” “Reeker” and “Think Like a Man.”
In 2005, Kebbel played the lead role of Carrie Schaeffer alongside Sophia Bush, Brittany Snow and Jesse Metcalfe in 20th Century Fox's “John Tucker Must Die.” Later that year, Kebbel signed on for another 20th Century Fox film titled “Aquamarine” starring Sara Paxton, Emma Roberts and Joanna Levesque.
In 2006, Kebbel starred alongside Sarah Michelle Gellar and Teresa Palmer in “The Grudge 2,” and filmed “Forever Strong,” which also starred Penn Badgley, Sean Faris and Neal McDonough. “Forever Strong” was released on DVD in 2008, the same year her independent horror film, “Red Mist” also released on DVD.
Kebbel starred alongside Emily Browning and Elizabeth Banks in the Paramount Pictures film “The Uninvited,” which was released in 2009. She also starred alongside Michael Weston, Andrew McCarthy and Jason Ritter in the comedy “The Brooklyn Brothers Beat the Best,” which premiered at the 2011 Toronto International Film Festival.