Two and a Half Men"s "Wanda" made just a single appearance on the show, but she left quite the impression on fans of the series! Let"s find out what actress Diora Lynn Baird aka Two and a Half Men"s "Wanda", is up to today.

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"Wanda" made only one appearance on Two and a Half Men — but it was a very memorable one.

Two and a Half Men: "Wanda"

The series debut of "Wanda" came in the season 6 episode "She"ll Still Be Dead at Halftime." Though, "Wanda" had earlier been referenced as a woman who "Charlie Harper" (Charlie Sheen) had ventured away with to Las Vegas. This was referenced by a poster of "Wanda" that "Jake" (Angus T. Jones) had on his wall.

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In her lone episode, "Wanda" causes difficulties for "Charlie" when she shows up at his house and tries to pursue him again. "Charlie" is dating "Chelsea" at the time, so he resists and tries to get "Wanda," who is drunk, to leave the house. She eventually does, bringing an end to her stint as a temptress of "Charlie."


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Two and a Half Men - "Wanda" Today

Diora Baird is now 37 years old and she"s still acting! Since 2009, the former Guess? model has continued to appear in films and TV series. Some of the better-known shows she"s guested on include Law & Order: SVU, Bent, Shameless (in 4 episodes as "Meg"), Casual, and Telenovela

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On the big screen, you may have seen Baird in Hot Tub Time Machine or Transit. Plus, in the last few years, she"s appeared in several Lifetime movies including My Daughter Vanished, The Missing Sister, as well as DNA Killer in 2020. 


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Diora Baird in 2020

For these roles, Baird describes herself as "That lesbian mom who plays moms on TV" on her Instagram account. Baird shares a son with her ex-husband, but she"s since confirmed that she identifies as a lesbian. 

The actress also plays "Shannon Keene" on the web series Cobra Kai, which was just picked up by Netflix in June 2020.

Check in on Diora"s Instagram for posts on her work, personal life, her support of LGBTQ rights and causes, Black Lives Matter, and more!


I just wanted to take the time to acknowledge those of you who came out later in life or have yet to do so. Not everyone is able to live as they identify freely. In fact, it can be dangerous and even life threatening. Being gay or anything outside the "norm" is still illegal in some countries. Wild right?! I am lucky to live in a county that allows me to walk down the street with my same sex partner without fear of being stoned to death, but that doesn"t mean I get treated equally. That doesn"t mean that we still don"t have a lot of progress to make, we do. We as a human race have so much damn progress to make, but I have faith and I have hope for a better future for our #LGBTQ+ babies. I didn"t come out as a gay woman until I was 32. That"s a lot of years to feel like I was never right or comfortable in my own skin. I am happy to share in more detail what my "coming out" story was and continues to be with all of you, maybe in an IG live? Never do those, but I"d be willing to give it a go if that means I can connect with even one other person who can benefit from my story. For me, it helps seeing others use their voice and be seen. So, if you want me to share, go ahead and comment "YES" below ⬇️ and I"ll set it up. In the meantime, for those of you who are still in the closet or still on your path to self discovery, I see you, I hear you, you are valid and I love you my rainbow babes. Happy pride. ️‍ . . . . . #trans #lgbt #lesbian #equality #transgender #gay #lesbianlove #loveislove #prochoice #lovewins #blacklivesmatter #lgbtq #lgbtq #lgbtqcommunity #queer #gaypride #equalrights #love #nonbinary #pride

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Silence is consent. Use your voice. Speak up against injustice. I am in awe of our youth who will lead the way and pave new rainbow colored roads for all of us. ✊❤️ . . #blacklivesmatter #defundthepolice #silenceisconsent #getthebadcopsout #justiceforgeorgefloyd #justiceforahmaud #justiceforbreonnataylor #justicefortonymcdade #blacktranslivesmatter #fuckracism

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