Kelly Ann

Played by Imogen Poots

Kelly Ann

Always questioning and curious, Kelly Ann had dreams of going to film school, but the music and the camaraderie keep her around. She is an electrician and spends a lot of her time high above the stage rigging lights. She’s also a mean skateboarder, and her ability to get around the huge arenas quickly on her board comes in handy. She has a tendency to be serious and has difficulty connecting with people, both of which make her self-conscious. Her twin brother Wes is also on the tour, which she is less than thrilled about.

Always questioning and curious, Kelly Ann had dreams of going to film school, but the music and the camaraderie keep her around. She is an electrician and spends a lot of her time high above the stage rigging lights. She’s also a mean skateboarder, and her ability to get around the huge arenas quickly on her board comes in handy. She has a tendency to be serious and has difficulty connecting with people, both of which make her self-conscious. Her twin brother Wes is also on the tour, which she is less than thrilled about.

Imogen Poots

An emerging actress on the rise, Imogen Poots challenges herself with each new role and continues to evolve her body of work with every project.

Poots will can be seen in Jeremy Saulnier’s GREEN ROOM, portraying “Amber.” This June, she will star opposite Andy Samberg in POPSTAR: NEVER STOP NEVER STOPPING, which is written by Samberg and produced by Judd Apatow. Poots recently wrapped production on Vladimir de Fontenay’s MOBILE HOMES.

Poots recently starred opposite Michael Shannon in Matthew M. Ross’ FRANK & LOLA, and played “Della” in Terrence Malick’s KNIGHT OF CUPS, with stars Christian Bale and Natalie Portman. Prior to that, she starred in Peter Bogdanovich’s SHE’S FUNNY THAT WAY, produced by Wes Anderson and Noah Baumbach. For her performance, Poots received an Evening Standard British Film Award nomination.

Since her breakthrough performance as “Tammy” in Juan Carlos Fresnadillo’s critically acclaimed film 28 WEEKS LATER, Poots has continued to impress critics and audiences alike. She was most recently seen in John Ridley’s JIMI: ALL IS BY MY SIDE, co-starring André Benjamin and Hayley Atwell; Pascal Chaumeil’s A LONG WAY DOWN, with Aaron Paul, Pierce Brosnan and Toni Collette; and Irvine Welsh’s FILTH, a follow up to TRAINSPOTTING, with James McAvoy.

Other film credits include Anna AXSTER’S A COUNTRY CALLED HOME, NEED FOR SPEED, THAT AWKWARD MOMENT, THE LOOK OF LOVE, GREETINGS FROM TIM BUCKLEY, A LATE QUARTET, COMES A BRIGHT DAY, FRIGHT NIGHT, JANE EYRE, CHATROOM, CENTURION, WAKING MADISON, SOLITARY MAN, CRACKS and ME AND ORSON WELLES. Poots’ television credits include BBC’s MISS AUSTEN REGRETS as “Fanny Knight,” ITV’s BOUQUET OF BARBED WIRE as “Prue Sorenson” and BBC’s CHRISTOPHER AND HIS KIND as “Jean Ross.”

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