>Most Likely

>24 Hour Hollywood Rush

> Drinking Games

> Rules of Engagement

> So. Beach Comedy Festival

> Love Bites @ The Elephant

> Alma Win!

> Snapshots

> Skirts & Flirts

> Most Recent Ep. of HIMYM

> Top Ten Funniest Episode

> Accessories, My Book

> NCLR ALMA Nomination '06

> How I Met Your Mother

> Wild Rice


>Coming soon on the CW, my current project: iZombie. Check your local listings.


>My last gig: ABC's Mixology. Check your local listings.

>Before Mixology, I was on Lifetime's Devious Maids. Check your local listings.

>Gloria in Snap Shots July 2013:

This annual benefit will run for 5 nights, July 10th-14th 2013 at the Stella Adler Theater in Hollywood, CA. Get Tickets Here!

>Gloria in Snap Shots July 2012:

>Gloria in Snap Shots in September 2011:

Gloria spent her hiatus from "Rules" in pre-production for "Most Likely" a series of short films that all link (and can hopefully be a webseries). Most Likely Trailer Here!

She also did some directing. First on "Mouthbreather" written by Emily Chang. Then on "Blind" which she directed with John Arlotto. To see stills from the shoot go to Jolie Jenkins' Blog!



In this series of short films, the graduates from Lincoln High School discover that their adult lives are still curiously intertwined...

"MOST LIKELY" started as a stage play called “SKIRTS & FLIRTS” by GLORIA CALDERON KELLETT This popular monologue show had a sold out run in Los Angeles and a short sold out run in New York.

Our goal is to bring the stage to the screen. Each monologue would act as it’s own “short” but, should we get enough funding, we can shoot all of the monologues and turn this into a webseries to share with the public. We have added new actors and new monologues since the stage show and have an amazing group of talented people involved. Please help us make this happen. Each short costs about $5000 to produce. So, while our fundraising goal is $5000, that will truly only help us shoot the first one. So, you, our kind audience, gets to dictate how many of these we will get to produce. The first one we are shooting is THE CHICK MAGNET played by JOE MANGANIELLO (True Blood, How I Met Your Mother, Spiderman). The second we’ll shoot is THE TEACHER played by NADINE VELAZQUEZ (My Name is Earl, The League) and the third is THE PAUPER played by DREW POWELL (The Pee Wee Herman show on BROADWAY, Leverage, Straw Dogs). The more funding we get… the more of these we’ll get to shoot. Please help us.


to benefit the Baby Dragon Fund & The Gay and Lesbian Center

on Sunday, February 20th, 2011 beginning at 7pm

The Wilshire Ebell Theater, 4401 W. 8th St., Los Angeles, CA 90005

> My latest play, "Drinking Games," goes up August 12-16 at The Pico Playhouse!

>Thursday nights at 8:30 on CBS, my current project: RULES OF ENGAGEMENT. Check your local listings.

> My last show "Tied In Knots" premiered at The Colony Theatre at Miami's South Beach Comedy Festival, January 21-24, in Miami's South Beach. The show starred: Jolie Jenkins, myself, Dave Kellett, Kate Micucci, Drew Powell and Dave Scales. And Dave Barry opened for us!

Tied In Knots

>And coming up in February, I am happy to report that The Elephant Theatre Company will be producing my one act play "Identity Theft" as part of their annual "Love Bites" one act festival. Go to the Elephant's website for more info.

>I am delighted to report (to my total shock) that I am the proud winner of an ALMA Award.  To view my pictures from the 2008 ALMA's click here.

>Once again, I am proud to be a part of "Snapshots" the annual One Act play festival to benefit the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer 3 Day. The show runs August 21-24th.

>My monologue show, Skirts & Flirts had its East Coast Premiere! We ran for one week at The Kraine Theatre 85 East 4th Street, NYC. We sold out every night! Thanks to everyone who came!

Skirts & Flirts

> My most recent episode of How I Met Your Mother, called "Showdown," will repeat on Monday, September 3rd at 8pm on CBS. Check your local listings.

> My script, "Drumroll, Please," for How I Met Your Mother was included in the “critic’s pick” top ten funniest episode of television last season (…number three, in fact!).  Daily Variety, 6/14/06.

> My book, Accessories, is currently on sale and makes a great gift. To view pictures from the book release party click here.
To purchase the book, click here.

> My script, "The Duel," for How I Met Your Mother was nominated for Outstanding Script for a Television Drama or Comedy for the NCLR ALMA AWARDS. To view pictures from the ALMA Awards click here.

> Monday nights at 8:00 on CBS, my current project: HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER. Check your local listings.

> Scarlett Lam's "Wild Rice" which I had the great privilege of directing in New York City's One Festival. To see a review please click here.