Karley Scott Collins

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Karley Scott Collins
Born (1999-12-14) December 14, 1999 (age 18)
Florida, U.S.
Years active2006–2012

Karley Scott Collins (born December 14, 1999) is an American actress and voice actress. She is perhaps best known for her recurring role as Oprah Pearl on the CBS sitcom The Class, which aired from 2006 to 2007. Collins has also provided the voice of Gisela in Open Season 3 (2010).

Life and career[edit]

Born in Florida, Collins has appeared in a number of films. Her film credits include, The Hottie and the Nottie (2008) (as a young version of Paris Hilton's character), Pulse 2: Afterlife (2008), Pulse 3: Invasion (2008), Amusement (2009), The Collector (2009), the television film Amish Grace (2010),[1] Letters to God (2010), the animated film Open Season 3 (2010), Answers to Nothing (2011) and the short film When You Find Me (2011).[2]

Besides The Class, her other television credits include Private Practice, Family Guy, Fringe and Once Upon a Time.[2]



Year Title Role Notes
2008 The Hottie and the Nottie Young Cristabel
2008 Pulse 2: Afterlife Justine Video
2008 Amusement Child Tabitha
2008 Pulse 3: Invasion Young Justine Video
2009 The Collector Hannah Chase
2010 Letters to God Ashley Turner
2010 Open Season 3 Gisela (voice)
2011 Answers to Nothing Tina
2011 When You Find Me Aurora Short film


Year Title Role Notes
2006 The Class Oprah Pearl Recurring role (6 episodes)
2007 Private Practice Erin Episode: "In Which Addison Finds the Magic"
2010 Amish Grace Katie Graber TV film
2010 Family Guy Abby / Little Girl (voice) Episode: "Road to the North Pole"
2011 Fringe Young Olivia Dunham Episode: "Subject 13"
2012 Once Upon a Time Gretel / Ava Zimmer Episode: "True North"
2012 Family Guy (voice) Episode: "You Can't Do That on Television, Peter"


  1. ^ Minow, Nell (March 25, 2010). "Interview: Karley Scott Collins of 'Amish Grace'". Beliefnet.com. Retrieved January 17, 2011.
  2. ^ a b "Karley Scott Collins Movies & TV". The New York Times. Retrieved January 17, 2011.

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