Over time, several supporting characters have been promoted to starring roles: Berta (season 1 recurring; season 2–12 regular), Charlie and Alan's (and later Walden's) sharp-tongued housekeeper; Kandi (season 3 recurring; season 4 regular; season 10 guest), one of Charlie's former one night stands, and later on, Alan's second ex-wife; Chelsea (season 6 recurring; season 7 regular; season 9 guest), Charlie's second most notable love interest (after Rose), and ex-fiancée; Walden Schmidt (season 9–12), an internet billionaire who buys Charlie's beach house after his death; Jenny (season 11–12), Charlie's illegitimate daughter from a one-night stand twenty years before; last of all, Louis (season 12), the 6-year-old boy that Walden decides to adopt.
(2009), Hello I Must Be Going (2012), The Intervention (2016), and I Don't Feel at Home in This World Anymore (2017).
She received critical acclaim for her screen acting debut as Pauline Parker in Heavenly Creatures (1994), which was followed by supporting roles in Ever After (1998), Detroit Rock City (1999), Coyote Ugly (2000), and Sweet Home Alabama (2002).
On television, Lynskey's best known role is that of Rose on the CBS sitcom Two and a Half Men (2003–15).
The movie confirms one of my convictions: If you are too popular in high school, you may become so fond of the feeling that you never find out who you really are.
The film is based on Stephen Chbosky's best-selling young-adult novel, which was published in 1999 and is now on many shelves next to The Catcher in the Rye.