Two and a Half Men
Two and a Half Men is an incredible show. It ran for 12 seasons from 2003 to 2015. The show was about an alcoholic, womanizer named Charlie Harper, and his brother, Allen, who takes his son to live with Charlie after his wife leaves him. The show is so great that there isn’t one Two and a Half Men’ scene we just can’t get our eyes off. After Charlie Sheen was fired from the show, Ashton Kutcher took over. The show wasn’t quite the same, and some say not as funny, but it did last another four seasons after Sheen left. Throughout the show’s run, there have been many women on the show. Here are some of the show’s most popular women, and what the women who played them are doing today.
Emmanuelle Vaugier’s Mia
Mia was a dance teacher who wanted nothing to do with Charlie at first. Charlie has Jake take her dance class so that he can get to know her better. The two started dating, and Mia wanted Charlie to give up drinking, smoking, and eating meat. He pretended to comply, but when Mia found out that he didn’t change, she left.
Mia returns later, asking Charlie for his sperm so she can have a baby. Instead, he proposes, and he, Allen, and Kandy had to Vegas to get married. Charlie backs out when Mia says that she expects Allen to move out after they are married. Allen and Kandy end up getting married instead.
Since the show ended, Emmanuelle landed several movie and TV roles. She starred in Mistresses and Lost Girl. She also starred in the films, Washed Away and Destruction Los Angeles.
Melanie Lynskey’s Rose
Rose and Charlie had one night stand, and after that, Rose begins to stalk him. She pops up often, climbing up and down Charlie’s deck to gain access to the home. Over time, she becomes good friends with both Allen and Charlie. Rose finally gets her chance with Charlie when she pretends to be married, but the whole time her “husband” is a mannequin. This makes Charlie realize that he loves Rose, and the two get together. After taking a trip to Paris, Charlie is hit by a train, and everyone believes the Rose pushed him. After Charlie’s death, Rose becomes obsessed with Walden.
Since the show ended, Melanie has starred in TV shows and movies, including Castle Rock, Heavenly Creatures, and Sweet Home Alabama.
Jennifer Taylor’s Chelsea
Chelsea was the most important woman in Charlie’s life. She was the first woman who Charlie ever claimed to live. It started as a one night stand, and the two got together after. She moved in with Charlie and Allen, and they were engaged. When Chelsea left Charlie for Allen’s lawyer and he slept with her best friend, the relationship was over for good.
Since the show ended, Jennifer has taken on roles on NCIS, Moms, and Shameless.
Holland Taylor’s Evelyn
Evelyn is Charlie and Allen’s mother and Jake’s grandmother. She isn’t a warm and loving type of mother. She was also a gold digger. He is often going after rich, older men, hoping to inherit their fortunes when they die.
Today, Holland is working on TV shows such as Hollywood Mom, The Orville, and Mr. Mercedes. She is in a long-term relationship with American Horror Story’s Sarah Paulson.
Marin Hinkle’s Judith
Judith is Allen’s first wife and Jake’s mother. She spent most of the series making Allen’s life miserable, taking all of his money, and pushing him around. She got remarried to Herb, Jake’s pediatrician. After marrying Herb, she cheats on him once with Allen, and the question of the paternity of her new baby is in question. When Herb cheats on Judith with his secretary, their marriage ended.
Since the show, Marin has been in several shows, including Madam Secretary, Speechless, and Homeland. She is married to director, Randall Sommer.
Courtney Thorne-Smith’s Lyndsey
Lyndsey was Allen’s on-again-off-again girlfriend for quite some time. The two met when Lyndsey’s son, Eldridge, and Allen’s son, Jake, start hanging around. The two get close, and they move in together. Lyndsey doesn’t have much respect for Allen, but she is in love with him.
After the show, Courtney has done work on Robot Chicken and Fresh Off the Boat. She is married to Roger Fishman, and they share a 9-year-old son together.
Judy Green’s Bridget
Bridget is Walden’s ex-wife. She is the reason he tried to kill himself when he first met Allen. Bridget refused to take him back because she thought that he was too immature. When she found out that Walden was in a serious relationship with Zoey, she tried to get him back, but he rejects her. After being rejected, she drove her car into his house.
Since the show ended, Judy has been very busy. She was the casting director for Entourage. She also lent her voice to Show Bots and Archer. Recently, she starred in the remake of Halloween.