Arielle Vandenberg

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Arielle Vandenberg
Born Arielle St. Cyr Vandenberg
(1986-09-27) September 27, 1986 (age 30)
Los Angeles County, California
Nationality American
Occupation Actress, model
Years active 2006–present
Height 5 ft 9 in (175 cm)

Arielle St. Cyr Vandenberg (born September 27, 1986) is an American actress and model.

Early life[edit]

Vandenberg was born on September 27, 1986 in Los Angeles County, California, the only child of Dirk and DeEtte Vandenberg.[1] She was raised in Fallbrook, California and graduated from Fallbrook Union High School. She studied ballet, tap and jazz dancing at the age of five, and later became involved in community theater.[2]


Vandenberg guest-starred in the first two seasons of Meet the Browns as London Sheraton, and had a recurring guest role in Greek as Lisa Lawson. She has made once-off appearances in other television series including CSI: Miami, Bones, How I Met Your Mother and Numb3rs, and has appeared in non-speaking roles in films including Epic Movie and The Ugly Truth. She has starred in several television commercials for brands including Mercedes-Benz, State Farm Insurance,[3] and Progressive Auto Insurance.[4] In 2013, Vandenberg appeared in the music video for the single "R U Mine?" by Arctic Monkeys.

Vandenberg had a large following on Twitter's video service Vine prior to its closure in 2017.[5]


Year Title Role Notes
2006 She Said/He Said Gorgeous Girl TV movie
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Party Girl Season 7, Episode 1: "Built to Kill: Part 1"
2007 CSI: Miami Jessica Taylor Season 6, Episode 4: "Bang, Bang, Your Debt"
2007–2011 Greek Lisa Lawson/The Hot Girl Season 1, Episode 1: "Pilot" (credited as The Hot Girl),
Season 1, Episode 3: "The Rusty Nail" (credited as Lisa Lawson),
Season 2, Episode 9: "Three's A Crowd" (credited as Lisa Lawson),
& Season 4, Episode 10: "Legacy" (credited as Lisa Lawson)
2008 How I Met Your Mother Mary Season 3, Episode 12: "No Tomorrow"
2009 Bones Model Season 4, Episode 19: "The Science in the Physicist"
Numb3rs Lorrelle Season 6, Episode 4: "Where Credit's Due"
2009–2010 Meet the Browns London Sheraton 20 episodes
2011 Friends with Benefits Lana Season 1, Episode 8: "The Benefit of Mentors"
2012 For Better or Worse Candace Season 2, Episode 30: "Who Get's the Friends"
Go On Female Jogger Season 1, Episode 10: "Back, Back, Back... It's Gone"
2013 Date Night Fails Date TV Miniseries
2015 Battle Creek Milt's Assistant Season 1, Episode 1: "The Battle Creek Way"
2015 MTV Video Music Awards Herself TV Special
The Honest Show Ms. Bright Season 1, Episode 5: "Honest History Report"
Awkwardness Herself/5 Year Old Arielle/Arielle's Mom Writer of
Season 1, Episode 1: "Arielle Vandenberg Blows Mom's Big Date (with Chris from Bad Ads)
2016 Hollywood Today Live Herself Season 3, Episode 30: "Guest Co-Hosts Ali Landry & Dondre Whitfield/Dr. Drew Pinsky/Arielle Vanderberg/Diana Nyad"
The Earliest Show Janice Crawl Episode: "Anger"
2016–2017 @midnight Herself Episodes: 485; November 16th, 2016: "James Davis/Arielle Vandenberg/Dan Levy" &
530; March 6th, 2017 "Arielle Vandenberg/Flula Borg/Steve Agee/Justin Long"
Year Film Role Notes
2007 Epic Movie Cribs Faun N/A
2009 Spring Breakdown Freshman Girl N/A
The Ugly Truth Candi N/A
Dark Moon Rising Nicole N/A
2010 Drop Dead Gorgeous Sabrina Direct-to-DVD
The Extraordinary Fight of Atticus Walker and the Monster in His Mind Rachel Short film
2012 The Golden Age Francesca Short film
2015 Bad Roomies April N/A
2016 Nerve Bergdorf Sales Lady N/A
2017 Airplane Mode N/A Post-production


  1. ^ "How To Impress Me: Arielle Vandenberg". Esquire. August 5, 2015. Retrieved March 7, 2017. 
  2. ^ "Atticus Walker press kit" (PDF). New Filmmakers LA. 
  3. ^ "Arielle Vandenberg". Retrieved May 11, 2014. 
  4. ^
  5. ^ Johnson, Kirbie (March 25, 2017). "How to Get Instagram-Worthy Hair". PopSugar. Retrieved June 19, 2017. 

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