Kayli Carter Biography, Age, Height, Weight, Parents, Movies

Last Updated on August 7, 2022 by Administrator

Kayli Carter Biography

Kayli Carter is an American actress from Oviedo, Florida, best known for playing Sadie Rose in the Netflix western TV series Godless starring alongside Michelle Dockery, Merritt Wever, and Jeff Daniels, she was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award for Best Supporting Female for her role in critically acclaimed Private Life, also in the movie Bad Education, opposite Hugh Jackman and Alison Janney.

Kayli Carter

She started her acting career by performing in Mark Rylance’s play, Nice Fish. The play was performed at iconic theatres including St. Ann’s Warehouse in Brooklyn, American Repertory Theater in Cambridge, and West End in London. Then, she managed to bag an important role in the Netflix western drama, Godless. Her next big gigs came in the movies Private Life and Charlie Says.

Kayli Carter Age

Kayli’s age is not yet confirmed.

Kayli Carter Height

Carter has a height of 5 ft 5 in or  1.65 m.

Kayli Carter Weight

52 kg or 114.5 lbs.

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Kayli Carter Born

Kayli was born in Oviedo, Florida, United States

Kayli Carter Parents

Kayli grew up across the street from a cow pasture. Her mother is a therapist and her father has done construction his whole career. Her dad has a salt-of-the-earth sort of moviegoer, just wanted to laugh, never wanted to watch anything that made him sad. He knows every actor’s name. He loved the latest Noah Baumbach film.

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Kayli Carter Movies And Tv Shows

Year Title Role
2015 The Weekend Detectives (TV Series) Partygoer (1 episode)
2015 Z: The Beginning of Everything (TV Series)  Belle
2017 Rings Evelyn
2017 Godless Sadie Rose
2018 Private Life Sadie
2018 Charlie Says Squeaky Fromme
2019 Bad Education

Kayli Carter Interview

What attracted you to the role of Sadie in Private Life?

KS: When I got a hold of the script, I hadn’t seen anything like it. I’m a huge fan of Tamara Jenkins’ writing already – I loved The Savages and Slums of Beverly Hills, and honestly it was the best script I had read in a very longtime time – especially for someone my age. Often times the roles tend to be pretty one-note. There’s not a lot to play with or so much depth and complexity. She has thoughts that are her own and aren’t about anybody else’s story, they’re about her. That really appealed to me because I think often women are relegated to playing somebody’s wife, girlfriend, sister, daughter. That’s not really a personality trait, that’s just a role that women can play in someone else’s story. I loved that she was saying how she felt.

You’ve already worked with Paul Giamatti, Kathryn Hahn, Molly Shannon, Michelle Dockery, and Jeff Daniels. Did they impart any advice or was there anything that you took away from working with them?

KS: I think a lot of it is through the osmosis of working with somebody. Us actors don’t admit it very often but we steal all the time from each other. It’s riveting to me to watch those people work because they’re such incredible actors, so fearless, really present when they’re acting, and I’ve gotten really lucky that I’ve loved everybody that I’ve worked with so far. I’ve made lifelong relationships and friendships with these people and so more than just specific advice, I feel really lucky to have friends that are also incredible mentors.

What was your reaction when you learned you had been named one of HIFF 2018 Breakthrough Artists?

KS: That was very exciting. Any sort of situation where that title is put by your name, it’s both exhilarating and slightly scary – just because when you make something and when you really care about it, you want other people to enjoy that work as much as you did making it. To hear the response and know that people love this gal as much as I do, that was really exciting.

You’ll be attending this year’s Festival in support of Private Life and the Breakthrough Artist honor. Will this be your first time in the Hamptons?

KS: I’ve never been to the Hamptons before. I’ve very excited to go! I’m from Florida so any situation where I’m nearby the ocean, I feel I am returned to normal. Anywhere near a mile of saltwater, I can feel it.

This is your second project featured on Netflix. From an actor’s perspective, how has Netflix and streaming services changed the industry?

KS: I wouldn’t be having this conversation with you if it weren’t for Netflix. Whenever there’s an establishment and someone comes in who’s a disrupter, which I believe Netflix was, there’s a lot of panics because sometimes you get in a rut making movies and you just go this is what sells and they just keep making that type of movie. With Netflix, filmmakers are getting the total freedom to make whatever they want, cast whoever they want, which has really been the most important thing for me. I’m the type of actor I started in theater. It’s sometimes very hard to break through in film and TV when people are only looking at the dollars and cents of what actors can make them money. Any actor starting out can’t do that, that’s not how it works. So, Netflix saying to Tamara and the casting directors you can cast whoever you want, it’s the reason I’m sitting here today. Otherwise, it would have been someone with a huge name already. It would have been someone who could have made them tons of money – if this was being made at a studio. Netflix just said find the best actor for the job.

Are you working on any projects at the moment?

KS: I am. I start filming this week on an independent film called Bad Education. It’s alongside Allison Janney and Hugh Jackman.

Tell me a little bit about your character.

KS: I’m playing Allison Janney’s daughter. It’s about the largest Ponzi scheme or theft from a public school system. The superintendent and this women who worked on the school board stole millions of dollars from the public high school and school system. It’s a real story that happened. I’m really looking forward to looking with her. I think she’s rad and I love doing anything that comes from a real place.

Private Life will screen at East Hampton UA (30 Main Street, East Hampton) on Saturday, October 6 at 1:30 p.m. The film launches globally on Netflix on Friday, October 5. The Winick Talks: Breakthrough Artists will take place at Rowdy Hall (10 Main Street, East Hampton) on Saturday, October 6 at 10 a.m.

Kayli Carter Facts

1. She made her stage debut by appearing in the play, Nice Fish, which was created by the Academy Award winner, Mark Rylance. The show was hosted at St. Ann’s Warehouse in Brooklyn, New York City and at the American Repertory Theater in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
2. She got her first big breakthrough after she was cast in the Netflix show, Godless.
3. In February 2018, Carter became one of the actors to be selected for Vanity Fair’s Breakout Stars. She was included in the list on the basis of her performance in Private Life.
4. She has often credited Andra Reeve-Rabb, one of her tutors at Savannah College of Art and Design, for making her acting career better. Andra had set up a casting office at the campus to bridge the gap between students and the industry.
5. In her freshman year at the college, she was dismissed from a play. She had spread herself too thin and was struggling to give her best performances.
6. In September 2018, she collaborated with Levi‘s Rock the Vote campaign, which aimed to encourage the U.S. citizens to cast their votes for the 2018 Midterm elections.

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