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Carly is a thoroughly modern, 21st-century woman. Wannabe actress/Carney’s waitress Carly is Ulysses’ pragmatic, quick-witted, social-media-savvy best friend, who is a little too cool for the room. Stuck in a dead-end relationship with her self-absorbed boyfriend, Jethro, Carly assuages her sexual boredom by logging onto LiveCamGrrrls.com for kicks. She also makes some extra cash slipping on various sexual personae for her horny clients before ultimately getting bored with that too.
California-native Kelli Berglund has quickly become “one to watch” in the entertainment industry, captivating audiences with the characters she has brought to life on the big and small screens. She stars as Carly in the new STARZ Original series Now Apocalypse, and she has a lead role opposite Jake Busey and Nikki Blonsky in the upcoming indie horror feature Ghost in the Graveyard (Cellar Door Films). She also has the lead in Going for Gold, directed and written by Clay Glen and produced by MarVista Entertainment. She previously worked with Glen in his gymnastics film Raising the Bar, which was recently released on Netflix. Additional recent television and film credits include starring as Willadeene Parton in NBC’s Emmy®-nominated Dolly Parton’s Christmas of Many Colors: Circle of Love, and a supporting role in the indie flick 1 Night, opposite Anna Camp, Justin Chatwin and Isabelle Fuhrman.
Berglund may be best known for her lead role as Bree Davenport on Disney XD’s hit series Lab Rats and Lab Rats: Elite Force. She also starred in the Disney Channel Original Movie How to Build a Better Boy, opposite China Anne McLain, which also became a smash hit for the channel; NBC’s The Night Shift; Awesomeness TV’s Love Daily; Disney XD’s Kickin’ It; and the animated series Pickle and Peanut. An award-winning dancer, Berglund recently brought both her dancing and singing skills to the stage, starring as Belle in The Pasadena Playhouse’s featured winter production Beauty and the Beast: A Christmas Rose, produced by Lythgoe Family Panto.