|Born||Kelli Joan Maroney
December 30, 1965 
Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
|Other names||Zoe Kelli Simon|
|Years active||1979 – present|
|Spouse(s)||Alex Simon (2001-2003)|
Kelli Joan Maroney (born December 30, 1965 is an American film and television actress. Maroney is best known for her early roles on the television soap operas Ryan's Hope and One Life to Live and the movies Fast Times at Ridgemont High and Night of the Comet.
Her best known film roles were in the 1982 comedy Fast Times at Ridgemont High as Cindy Carr, "Spirit Bunny", the 1984 science fiction movie Night of the Comet as Samantha Belmont; as well as cult films The Zero Boys (1985) as Jamie, and Chopping Mall (1986) as Alison.
Later television credits are "Face Down" playing a schitzophrenic femme fatale opposite Joe Mangtenga, and TV envangelist on HBO's "True Blood".
Maroney was featured on the cover of the October 27, 1980 issue of People (alongside fellow soap opera actresses Genie Francis and Kristen Vigard) and interviewed in the related story about the "teen temptresses" of daytime television.
An interview with Maroney was featured in Jewel Shepard's Invasion of the B-Girls, a non-fiction book composed of interviews with popular scream queens and in Night of the Comet. She appeared on the Joan Rivers Show in the 1990s in a cheerleading uniform. The segment was about B-movie starlets. Joan Rivers had Kelli scream for her and then tried screaming herself. She has made guest appearances on TV shows, among them Family Feud, Simon & Simon, Murder, She Wrote, FBI: The Untold Stories, and Chicago Hope.
|1982||Fast Times at Ridgemont High||Cindy|
|1984||Night of the Comet||Samantha|
|1986||Chopping Mall||Alison Parks|
|1986||Zero Boys, TheThe Zero Boys||Jamie|
|1987||Big Bad Mama II||Willie McClatchie|
|1988||Not of This Earth||Nurse Oxford|
|1990||Hard to Die||Porno Wife|
|1991||Servants of Twilight||Sherry Ordway|
|1999||Sam and Mike||Short film|
|2012||Dark Star Hollow||Sarah Rose Barteaux||Post-production|
|1979-1982||Ryan's Hope||Kimberly Harris||319 episodes|
|1984||One Life to Live||Tina Lord||TV series|
|1986||Simon & Simon||Angela Fielding||Episode: "Eye of the Beholder"|
|1986||Murder, She Wrote||Cissy Barnes||Episode: "Menace, Anyone?"|
|1991||FBI: The Untold Stories||Bonnie Kelly||Episode: "Kill for Love"|
|1997||Pretender, TheThe Pretender||Reporter||Episode: "Dragon House: Part 1"|
|1999||Chicago Hope||Grace McNeil||Episode: "Home Is Where the Heartache Is"|
|2008||True Blood||Televangelist||Episode: "Mine"|
|2010||Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!||Kelli||Episode: "Re-Animated"|
|2012||Gila||Deputy Wilma||TV movie|
- Rein, Richard K.; Gail Birnbaum; Bob Lardine (October 27, 1980). "Sexy and Sweet". People. People.com. pp. Vol. 14, No. 17, pg. 80–84. Retrieved October 23, 2008.
- Kirst, Brian (April 27, 2012). "Q&A: "NIGHT OF THE COMET" star Kelli Maroney talks her career". Fangoria. Fangoria.com. Retrieved June 27, 2012.
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