Kelli Garner (full name Kelli Brianne Garner) was born on April 11, 1984, in Bakersfield, California. She played soccer when she was young and, gradually, gravitated towards acting as her career of choice.
She took acting classes and her first professional acting gig was in an ad for Eggo. Her next break was in 1999 when she acted in the short movie "Architecture of Reassurance". She also acted in the MTV series "This Is How the World Ends". In 2001, Kelli Garner acted "Buffy the Vampire Slayer". She also acted in the drama "Bully". It was just the publicity she needed as this brought more offers to her.
In 2003, Kelli Garner acted in the series "Regular Joe" and, in 2004, she starred in "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit".
Her next big role was in 2004 in the movie "Aviator" where
she played the role of Faith Domergue. The next year, in 2005, Kelly Garner starred in the movies "Man of the House" and "Thumbsucker".
Following these, Kelli chose to act in a few different kinds of productions. In 2005, she appeared in the music video "Jesus of Suburbia" of Greenday.
She also acted in the Broadway production "Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead". In 2006, she acted in "Dreamland" and "Lars and the Real Girl". Both the movies received critical acclamation. She also starred in the movies "The Six Wives of Henry Lefay" and "G-Force"; the latter movie features Nicolas Cage.
Why is she famous?
Kelli Garner is famous as an actress for her roles in movies like "The Aviator" (as Faith Domergue), "Man of the House" and "Lars and the Real Girl".
Here is one of her famous quotes:
"Hollywood can be an ugly place and it can do ugly things to you."
- Kelli Garner
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