Kellie is a professional actress. She was born in Croydon and grew up in Kent & South East London.

She started her career at The National Youth Theatre & went on to train at both the BRIT School & The Webber Douglas Academy - where she was the recipient of a two year dance and drama Scholarship. Her third year was subsidised by a fund set up by the actor Anthony Hopkins. Kellie works in Film, TV, Radio and Theatre.

Her most recent film work includes Feature film 'King of Thieves’ for Studio Canal, directed by James Marsh. Where she plays opposite Jim Broadbent.

Other film includes: 'Riot'. (Lionsgate), 'Kick' (Films Ltd), 'Everyone's Going To Die' (Memory Box Films) 'Frank' and the comedy 'Run For Your Wife'. She plays 'Marta' in romantic comedy 'Girl on a Bicycle' (Warner Bros) directed by Jeremy Leven (The Notebook, My Sister's Keeper). Other film work includes 'Wimbledon' (Working Title), 'Venus' (Miramax), 'Heidi' (Piccadilly Pictures), horror film 'The Sickhouse' (Hopscotch films), gangster Brit flick 'The Baseline' (Forth Culture films), as well as a variety of shorts and other independent films

Kellie plays one of the central roles (Kirsty) in Sky One’s hit comedy series - In The Long Run - created by Idris Elba. The show is set in the 1980's (where she gets to wear loads of blue eyeshadow and have crimped hair!)

Her other recent television work includes WKDM & Nightmares both for C4. They are both due to be screened later on in the year.

She played opposite Rhys Ifan’s in The Marriage of Reason & Squalar, Written and directed by Jake Chapman for Sky Arts. Other TV includes the critically acclaimed 3 part BBC costume drama 'Twenty Thousand Streets Under the Sky' as 'Violet' directed by Simon Curtis ('My week with Marylin', 'Cranford'), 'Happy Slaps', 'Sex Football and Scoring Goals' (Ch 4) 'Lewis', 'Murder City' (ITV) and 'Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde' as 'Mable' (Working Title).

She is probably best known for playing 'Kym' in 'The Office' Christmas specials opposite Ricky Jervais and the popular character of 'Carly Wicks' in Eastenders (BBC) clocking up over 220 episodes, leaving in 2008. She was asked to reprise her role, for a short, dramatic storyline that was screened in September 2012.

For theatre, Kellie has worked at the Royal Court Theatre, National Theatre, Menier Chocolate Factory, Soho Theatre, and Lyric Hammersmith - where she played the role of 'Nancy' in Neil Bartlett's 'Oliver Twist' and most recently in The RSC Swan season. 

For radio, Kellie has worked extensively for BBC Radio 4 and was asked to play 'Maudie Miller' for BBC radio 3's centenary celebrations for Terrace Rattigan in 'Flare Path', under the direction of Jeremy Herrin. 

She has co-presented along side Tim Lovejoy for both BBC2's 'Something for the weekend' & 'Three Men and a Movie'. Where she has interviewed ballet legend Carlos Acosta to popular TV personalities such as: Mary Portas, Ben Fogle, Maddness' Suggs & James Cracknell. She is a familiar face for magazine show 'The Wright Stuff' (C5). 

Kellie was honoured to be asked to read the poem 'Lamplight' by May Wedderburn Cannan, to mark The Remenbrance Day Centenary - alongside Robert Glenister & presented by Ben Shepherd, in London's Trafalgar Square & broadcast live by the BBC. 

Kellie is a trained dancer having gained her Gold ISTD associates whilst training at The BRIT School. She is featured in Paolo Nutini's 'Pencil Full of Lead' music Video for Sony/Atlantic and for The Rifles 'Tangled up in Love' where she plays their Bride, both for Academy Films.

Kellie is ambassador for the charity 'Mencap' and Patron along with Richard Wilson for 'Magpie Dance' She was recently asked to become a new Ambassador for The Anthony Nolan Charity; after raising awareness to new mothers about donating cord blood. 

Kellie's voice work includes campaigns for ‘Amazon Fire’,  ‘Samsung’, 'Rimmel London' (Get the London Look), 'Sony Singstar', 'Ikea Kitchens', 'Coors Light', 'Levenelle One' and for 'Paramount' TV station. She is represented by Kate Davie at United Voices: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  

She has just wrapped on pilot - Who’s The Daddy - as the lead character Rachel, alongside the brilliant Olivia Lee. To get involved, please visit -