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Luckily for Brooks, the answer was “yes.” Four years later, Kelly was starring in her first feature film, playing a self-possessed and passionate Catholic schoolgirl in love with a female teacher twice her age in Brooks’ smoldering tale of taboo attraction, Loving Annabelle. EK: Well, I wasn’t promiscuous or anything like that. When I was 16, my dad caught me selling “beverages” out of the trunk of my car. EK: I stood outside the store and I was somehow able to get college guys to buy it for me.
This fall, Kelly inhabits the role of a seductive, yet disturbed mental patient in the new Brooks film, Waking Madison, which stars Elisabeth Shue, Sarah Roemer (Disturbia, The Grudge 2) and Taryn Manning (Cold Mountain, Hustle & Flow). AE: In Waking Madison, your third project with Katherine, you play a character named Grace. EK: Grace is one of the patients Madison meets at a mental institution.
Kelly has studied improvisation at the Upright Citizen's Brigade since 2006.
She co-founded the LA Cafe Plays series at the Ruskin Group Theater, where writers, actors and directors start creating a play at 9 a.m. Kelly's Loving Annabelle cohorts Katherine Brooks and Jake Newton have performed with the series.
EK: [She] seduces orderlies, but none of the other patients. Brooks' 2009 feature Waking Madison (starring Sarah Roemer and Elisabeth Shue) saw Kelly taking her darkest role to date as Grace, a mental patient with an addictive personality.Since 2009, Kerry has her own production company, Rock Rose Entertainment.Erin Kelly as Grace in Waking Madison AE: Your role was switched because, according to Katherine, you’re so good at playing a “focused, promiscuous seducer.” Do you agree? As Aaliyah once sang, “Age ain’t nothin but a number.” Unfortunately, she was 13 and married to R.