Kelli Berglund


Date of Birth
9 December 1996, Moorpark, California, USA

Birth Name
Kelli Michelle Berglund


5' 4" (1.63 m)

Mini Biography
Kelli Berglund has quickly become "one to watch" in the entertainment industry, captivating audiences with the characters she has brought to life on both the big and small screens.

In Spring 2019, Berglund made waves starring as a young Gwen Verdon in the Emmy-winning limited biopic series "Fosse/Verdon" for FX, alongside Sam Rockwell and Michelle Williams. Executive produced by Lin-Manuel Miranda, the series provides an intimate look at the romantic and creative partnership between the famous choreographer/director Bob Fosse (Rockwell) and Gwen Verdon (Williams), one of the greatest dancers of all time. Berglund shines as a very talented young Gwen, earning public praise from Miranda himself for her "incredible" performance.

Additionally, Berglund most recently starred alongside Beau Mirchoff and Avan Jogia in STARZ' edgy, coming-of-age comedy, "Now Apocalypse," which made rounds at the 2019 festival circuits, including the Sundance Film Festival, SXSW and the CanneSeries Television Festival in France. Created and executive produced by Gregg Araki and Steven Soderberg, the 10-episode comedy follows a group of four friends on various pursuits for love, sex, and fame while navigating the strange and perplexing city of Los Angeles. Berglund shines as the leading lady Carly, a wannabe actress and Ulysses' (Jogia) raunchy, tell-it-like-it-is best friend.

Additional credits for Berglund include a recurring role in TNT's longstanding, hit drama series "Animal Kingdom," a starring role as Willadeene Parton in NBC's Emmy-nominated "Dolly Parton's Christmas of Many Colors: Circle of Love." She can also be seen in a lead role opposite Jake Busey in the indie horror feature "Ghost in the Graveyard" (Cellar Door Films), set to debut November 2019. Berglund is also well-known for her lead role as Bree Davenport from 2012-16 on Disney XD's hit series "Lab Rats" and "Lab Rats: Elite Force." While on "Lab Rats," Berglund also starred in the Disney Channel Original Movie "How to Build a Better Boy," opposite China Anne McLain and Noah Centineo, which became a smash hit for the channel.

On the theatre front, in 2017 Berglund brought her dancing, singing, and acting skills to the stage starring as Belle in Pasadena Playhouse's featured winter production "Beauty and the Beast: A Christmas Rose." Produced by Lythgoe Family Panto, the play offered an updated version of the classic tale, featuring family-friendly magic with a comedic twist, dancing, contemporary music, and more.

A California native, Berglund has also worked closely with the Audrey Hepburn CARES Center, in association with the Children's Hospital Los Angeles, which provides services for suspected victims of child abuse and their families. She is also an accomplished dancer and has been honored with a number of awards for her talents in lyrical, contemporary, ballet, pointe, hip-hop, tap, and jazz. On the social media front, Berglund's talent, beauty, and style have captivated a following of over 3.2 million fans and growing across Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.