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In 2000's she began appearing in guest-starring roles on a number of television dramas and comedies, including The Drew Carey Show, The X Files, ER, Frasier, The West Wing, NCIS, Medium, Grey's Anatomy, Private Practice, Two and a Half Men, Supernatural, Drop Dead Diva, and Castle.

From 2000 to 2011, Young made over 30 guest appearances on television shows.

When a fan tweeted a photo of Bellamy and Ed at the event, she reposted it and added, “He’s pretty good company, Briana, I gotta admit.

on Sunday night (February 28) in West Hollywood, Calif.

When asked by Us Weekly if she would like to see the 68-year-old politician become the President of the US, she replied: 'More than anything, but not just for my own personal greed. 'No doubt the two stars enjoyed the sights and sounds as they were joined at the star-studded event by Caitlyn Jenner, Mariah Carey, Charlie Sheen, Lea Michele, Matthew Morrison and celebrity chef Gordon Ramsey.She had recurring roles in the Lifetime legal drama series For the People as Deputy Dist. Agnes Hunt in 2002, on NBC period drama American Dreams as Diane Shaw in 2003, on NBC's Scrubs as Dr.Grace Miller in 2004, as Assistant State Attorney Monica West on CBS's CSI: Miami (2005–06), and on ABC primetime soap opera Dirty Sexy Money (2008–2009) as Ellen Darling, the eldest daughter-in-law of the Darling family.Young was a regular cast member in the USA Network series Peacemakers in 2003.The show was cancelled after one season of nine episodes.

When asked by Us Weekly if she would like to see the 68-year-old politician become the President of the US, she replied: 'More than anything, but not just for my own personal greed. 'No doubt the two stars enjoyed the sights and sounds as they were joined at the star-studded event by Caitlyn Jenner, Mariah Carey, Charlie Sheen, Lea Michele, Matthew Morrison and celebrity chef Gordon Ramsey.

She had recurring roles in the Lifetime legal drama series For the People as Deputy Dist. Agnes Hunt in 2002, on NBC period drama American Dreams as Diane Shaw in 2003, on NBC's Scrubs as Dr.

Grace Miller in 2004, as Assistant State Attorney Monica West on CBS's CSI: Miami (2005–06), and on ABC primetime soap opera Dirty Sexy Money (2008–2009) as Ellen Darling, the eldest daughter-in-law of the Darling family.

Young was a regular cast member in the USA Network series Peacemakers in 2003.

The show was cancelled after one season of nine episodes.

Bellamy and Ed were spotted inside the party making out and dancing to the music.