Kally received her Theatre Performance degree at Indian River State College in her home state of Florida. There she performed professionally in a wide variety of theatre productions, live events, independent & student films, motion capture work, and several medical schools and organizations. Since moving to L.A., Kally has continued numerous projects in those arenas and has added commercials, TV, narrative music videos, proofs-of-concepts, and educational programming to her professional experience.
Favorite stories include joining the resistance as a WWII photographer and nurse in Under Darkness (Horizon Award winner at Sundance; Student Academy Award & Student Emmy Award finalist), going mad from a 1980s solo space mission in Lose My Mind (1.3 million views on YouTube), legally representing a sexual assault victim in Worthy (Audience Award winner at Film Invasion LA), and struggling to survive the apocalypse and her boss simultaneously before it was cool in In The End (post-production).
She has trained at The Imagined Life Acting Studio, Minds Eye Tribe Action Actor’s Academy, and several workshops/intensives in performance capture, voiceover, physical theatre, dance, improv, and stage combat (weapons & unarmed).
Outside of acting, Kally enjoys discovering film/TV/video game original scores, climbing trees, playing Magic The Gathering, solving riddles & codes, listening to people’s real life stories, and covertly telling restaurants it’s someone at her table’s birthday when it’s not.
Kally is a passionate advocate of the arts as a means to bring social issues to light, share new ideas, challenge perspectives, renew hopes, and change hearts.