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WCW: Beth Behrs has looks and talent

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If you look NBC, CBS, FOX, and ABC, you are starting to see female actresses take on lead roles. For instance, ABC has Scandal, Modern Family, How to Get Away with Murder, and Grey’s Anatomy. On FOX you have New Girl. On NBC you have Law and Order SVU, Chicago Fire, Chicago Med, and Chicago PD. Finally, CBS has Big Bang Theory, Hawaii Five-0, Blue Bloods, and 2 Broke Girls. In this edition of Women Crush Wednesday (WCW), I will be looking at Beth Behrs, who plays Caroline Channing in the hit CBS comedy.

She was born on December 26, 1985, to David and Maureen Behrs in Lancaster, PA. She would end up moving to California by the time she was 15 years old. Her first exposure on TV was in a guest role on NCIS: LA and ABC’s Castle. After she went to audition for the show 2 Broke Girls, seven times, she finally landed the lead role. There have been people who have said that her character is what it would have been like for Bernie Madoff’s daughter.

Beth is currently engaged to TV actor Michael Gladis who was in the show Mad Men. She is not as well known as the other women I mentioned in the other shows, but Beth has the looks. She has a pretty face and nice looking legs. A lot of the reason why I became a fan of the show was that of her. I am curious to see if with the success of the show 2 Broke Girls, then could we see Beth get bigger roles.

She has the looks and the type of personality that I would say her finance is the luckiest guy in the world. But I look forward to that show to see her, and I will rewatch episodes just to see her. As far as where I would put her in the same group as Mariska Hargitay and Bridget Moynahan. So in my opinion, I would say Mariska is one, Beth is second, and Bridget is a way distance third. But as far as Beth Behrs goes, she is not bad looking and has a lot of growth in the TV industry.

Robert D. Cobb
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