Angelique Cabral started her career as a daytime soap opera regular before becoming a scene-stealer in several under-rated sitcoms including "Happy Endings" (ABC 2011-13), "Don't Trust The Bitch In Apartment 23" (ABC 2012-13) and most notably "Enlisted" (Fox, 2014). Born in Honolulu, Hawaii in 1979, Cabral majored in Musical Theater and French at Indiana University before moving to New York to pursue her acting ambitions, subsequently landing minor recurring roles as Mrs Mendez in "Guiding Light" (CBS 1952-2009), Nurse Amanda in "All My Children" (ABC 1970-2011) and waitress Maria on "One Life To Live" (ABC 1968-2012). Cabral then made her film debut in the low-budget tragi-comedy "Together" (2006), starred in various off-Broadway productions and showed up as actress Wendy in an episode of the rebooted "Melrose Place" (The CW 2009-2010) before displaying her comic skills for the first time in short-lived thirty-something sitcom "Mad Love" (CBS 2011). While following supporting roles as Emily Deschanel's bride-to-be Angela Reyes in domestic drama "The Perfect Family" (2011) and Justin Timberlake's assistant Pam Niborski in anti-rom-com "Friends With Benefits" (2011), she appeared in Ashton Kutcher's first episode of "Two and a Half Men" (CBS 2003-15) and Brad's (Damon Wayans Jr.) "work wife" Vanessa in the razor-sharp "Happy Endings" (ABC, 2011-13). After appearing as Doctor Tara Valdez in crime drama "The Glades" (A&E Network 2010-13), Cabral continued to make her mark on the sitcom world, popping up in the ultra-meta "Don't Trust The Bitch In Apartment 23" (ABC, 2012-13) as June's arch-nemesis Fox Paris. Cabral then suffered a setback when her role in Marc Cherry's melodrama "Devious Maids" (Lifetime 2013-16) fell through, but she soon recovered to land her biggest role, co-starring as hard-as-nails Staff Sergeant Jill Perez in the military comedy "Enlisted" (Fox, 2014).