Kelly Greyson

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Kelly Greyson
Born
Texas, United States
NationalityAmerican
OccupationActress
Years active2011–present
Websitewww.kellygreyson.com

Kelly Greyson is an American actress. Her acting roles include Lana in Return to the Hiding Place, Tyra in Little Boy, Jocelyn Stewart in To Have and To Hold, Catie Reynolds in Disturbing The Peace with Guy Pearce and Pam Harris in Out of Death starring Bruce Willis.[1][2][3][4]

Career[edit]

Greyson made her film debut as Lana in Return to the Hiding Place (Originally released as "War of Resistance").[5] In 2013, she took the lead role in historical drama Alone yet Not Alone directed by George Escobar,[6] where she played Barbara captured and later adopted as Susquehanna by the Delaware Indians during the French and Indian war.[7]

In 2014, Greyson was cast for the role of young socialite and CIA agent in the spy thriller Double Identity.[8][1] In 2015, she played a role of Sheila in Woodlawn, a 2015 American Christian sports drama film directed by the Erwin Brothers[9] The same year she appeared as Tyra in Little Boy and starred as Jocelyn Stewart in To Have and To Hold, a drama film based on the novel written by Mary Johnston in 1900.[10]

In 2017, Greyson played Maggie in Broken Memories, an independent romantic-drama about the main hero Jasper's struggle with Alzheimer’s and his relations with the family and friends. The film received two awards from The IndieFEST Film Awards.[11]

In 2020, Greyson played Catie Reynolds in neo-western action thriller film directed by York Alec Shackleton and starring Guy Pearce.[2] Most recently, Greyson appeared in The Fortress, The Fortress 2 and Out of Death starring Bruce Willis.

Since 2017, Kelley Greyson has been actively involved in civil campaigns to end violence against women and collaborating with PNG Tribal Foundation, a non-governmental charity organization based in Papua New Guinea.[12]

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2011 Return to the Hiding Place Lana Originally released as "War of Resistance"
2013 Alone yet Not Alone Barbara/ Susquehanna
2015 Little Boy Tyra
2015 Woodlawn Sheila Scheduled for release October 16, 2015
2015 To Have and To Hold Jocelyn Stewart Completed Production
2015 Nameless Paxton's Neighbor Post-production
2017 Broken Memories[13] Maggie
2020 Disturbing the Peace Catie Reynolds
2021 Out of Death Pam Harris Completed
TBA The Fortress Kate Post-production
TBA The Fortress 2 Kate Pre-production
TBA Gym Rat Fit client Post-production

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Kelly Greyson Boards Spy Thriller 'Double Identity'". Variety.
  2. ^ a b "'Disturbing the Peace': Film Review". The Hollywood Reporter.
  3. ^ "Kelly Greyson". Roger Ebert.
  4. ^ "Kelley Greyson - Credits". T.V. Guide.
  5. ^ "Sneak Peek Into Alone Yet Not Alone Lead Actress, Kelly Greyson". Sonoma Christian Home.
  6. ^ "'Alone Yet Not Alone' Star Kelly Greyson Says New Faith-Based Film Will Inspire Families". Christian Post.
  7. ^ "Cast and Crew". Return to the Hiding Place Official Website. Archived from the original on September 29, 2015. Retrieved September 28, 2015.
  8. ^ "'Alone Yet Not Alone's' Kelly Greyson to Star in Spy Thriller 'Double Identity'". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved September 26, 2015. but the project was later postponed.
  9. ^ "Woodlawn (2015) Full Cast & Crew". IMDb.
  10. ^ "To Have and To Hold". IMDb.
  11. ^ "BROKEN MEMORIES Wins Two IndieFEST Film Awards". Broadway World.
  12. ^ "US Actor Joins Bid to End Violence Against Women". Post Courier.
  13. ^ "Full Cast and Crew". IMDb.

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