Kelli Brianne Garner is an American actress who has appeared in a variety of independent and mainstream films, television, and theater. A native of Southern California, Garner made her feature film debut at age seventeen in Larry Clark's thriller Bully, followed by a supporting role as Faith Domergue in Martin Scorsese's The Aviator. In 2005, she made her New York stage debut in an Off-Broadway production titled Dog Sees God. Over the following several years, Garner had lead roles in the independent film Thumbsucker, the studio comedy Man of the House, and the comedy-drama Lars and the Real Girl. She returned to theater in 2008, appearing in an Off-Broadway production of The Seagull opposite Dianne Wiest. Garner subsequent had a supporting role in the Disney animated film G-Force, and from 2011 to 2012, had a lead role on the short-lived period drama Pan Am, portraying a flight attendant. She later co-starred in Alexandre Aja's fantasy horror film Horns opposite Daniel Radcliffe.
|Born:||Kelli Brianne Garner, April 11, 1984, Bakersfield, California, U.S.|
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About Kelli Garner
She played Faith Domergue in the Oscar Award-winning film The Aviator and starred in the drama series Pan Am from 2011 to 2012.
She was discovered while dancing at a friend's Bar Mitzvah.
She was born in rural Bakersfield, California.
She began dating Johnny Galecki in 2011 but the couple split in 2014.
She appeared in several music videos for the band Green Day, which was founded by Mike Dimt and Billie Joe Armstrong.