About Kelli Berglund: Age, Height, Boyfriend, Net Worth, Arrested

March 22, 2024
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Who is Kelli Berglund?

American actress Kelli Berglund was born in Moorpark, California USA, on 9 February 1996, making her zodiac sign Aquarius. She’s had roles in nearly 30 movies and TV series, and is probably best known for her portrayal of Crystal Tyler in the 2021 sports series “Heels”, created by Michael Waldron, and which starred Robby Ramos, Stephen Amell and Alexander Ludwig. It follows two brothers who are rivals in wrestling, and the series was nominated for five awards.

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Education and early life

Kelli was raised in Moorpark alongside her younger sister Kirra, by their mother Michelle Berglund and father Mark Berglund; not a lot about Kelli’s family is known, because she’s respective of their privacy.

She fell in love with acting at the age of seven, and having noticed this, her parents began taking her to auditions. Kelli was 10 when she made her debut film appearance, playing Birthday Party Guest in the 2006 short comedy “Bye Bye Benjamin”, and the same year saw her make her debut TV series appearance in the family drama “Hip Hop Harry”.

Kelli studied at Moorpark High School, and upon matriculating in 2014 didn’t enroll at college, but rather chose to pursue an acting career.


Roles in TV series

The year 2013 saw Kelli play Sloane Jennings in the episode “The New Girl” of the popular action comedy drama “Kickin’ It”, created by Jim O’Doherty, and which starred Leo Howard, Dylan Riley Snyder and Mateo Arias. It follows karate fighter Jack who’s just become a member of the Wasabi warriors, the series aired from 2011 to 2015, and won two of its 10 award nominations.

In 2015, Kelli played Bree Davenport in the episode “Lab Rats vs. Mighty Med: Part 2” of the science fiction family comedy “Mighty Med”, and she voiced Amanda in the 2016 episode “Wiz Fest/Gym Rats” of the short animated adventure “Pickle and Peanut”.

Between 2012 and 2016, Kelli portrayed one of the lead characters Bree Davenport in the action comedy “Lab Rats”, which Chris Peterson and Bryan Moore created, and which also starred Spencer Boldman and William Brent. It follows a teenager who’s learned that his inventor stepfather keeps three bionic teenagers with superpowers in his secret laboratory; the series won one of its six award nominations. Kelli reprised her role in the 2016 series “Lab Rats: Elite Force”.

She could then have been seen playing Sofia in the 2017 episode “Off the Rails” of the romantic drama “The Night Shift”, and Cammy in the 2018 episode “The Ballerina” of the short romantic drama “Love Daily”. In 2019, Kelli portrayed Carly Carlson in the comedy “Now Apocalypse”, created by Gregg Araki, and in which Kelli starred alongside Avan Jogia and Beau Mirchoff. It follows Ulysses and his friends as they’ve travelled to Los Angeles, California, trying to find love and sex.

Kelli’s three most recent TV series roles have been in the 2019 episode “Me and My Baby” of the biographical musical mini-series “Fosse/Verdon”, five episodes of the 2019 crime drama “Animal Kingdom” and seven episodes of the 2022 comedy “The Goldbergs”.


Roles in movies

In 2014, Kelli appeared in two music videos: “Disney’s Circle of Stars: Do You Want to Build a Snowman” and “China Anne McClain & Kelli Berglund: Something Real”.

The same year also saw her play Mae Hartley, one of the main characters in the family science fiction comedy “How to Build a Better Boy”, directed by Paul Hoen, and which also starred Marshall Williams and China Anne McClain. It follows a teenager who’s used military software to create her own robotic boyfriend, and the movie was nominated for two awards.

The year 2016 then saw Kelli appear in three films: the family sports drama “Raising the Bar”, the romantic drama “1 Night”, and the family drama “Dolly Parton’s Christmas of Many Colors: Circle of Love”.


She starred as Emma Wilson in the 2018 family sports drama “Going for Gold”, written and directed by Clay Glen, and which also starred Emily Morris and Terry Rogers. It follows Emma and her father who’ve moved to Australia, where she’s now joined her high school’s cheerleading team.

Kelli’s three most recent film roles have been in the 2020 mystery comedy “Hubie Halloween”, the 2021 crime drama “Cherry”, and the 2022 comedy “Mark, Mary & Some Other People”.

Other credits

Kelli sang the song “Something Real” in the 2014 movie “How to Build a Better Boy”, and she sang “Hush, Little Baby’ in the 2015 episode “Lab Rats: On the Edge, Part 1” of the series “Lab Rats”.

She was featured in the documentary series “Disney 365” in 2014, as well as in the 2018 short documentary video “Going for Gold: Kelli Bergund Chats About Her New Film with Director Clay Glen”.

Kelli’s made a guest appearance in talk-shows “Celebs React”, “Celebrity Page” and “Made in Hollywood”, amongst others.


Love life and boyfriend

Kelli’s quite open when it comes to sharing the details of her love life with her fans, and there are four boys whom she’s dated, that the public knows about.

She met Spencer Boldman while they were shooting together for the series “Lab Rats”, and the two dated until the summer of 2013.

In 2013, she dated Noah Centineo, after having met him on the set of the movie “How to Build a Better Boy”; they split in 2014, but remained close friends.

In 2015, Kelli dated famous American actor Sterling Beaumon; he’s appeared in over 50 movies and TV series, and is perhaps best known for his playing of Lincoln Knopf in the 2014 mystery crime series “The Killing”.

Since 2016, she’s been in a relationship with American musician Tyler Wilson, who’s yet to make a name for himself in the music industry; the two have been seen spending time together on many occasions, and Tyler’s also kept Kelli company during some of her red carpet events.

Kelli’s in a relationship with Tyler Wilson as of October 2022, hasn’t married and doesn’t have children.


Interesting facts and hobbies

Kelli’s an Instagram star, as there are over 1.5 million people following her on the social media network today, on which she’s posted nearly 1,500 pictures and videos; most of Kelli’s content features her during her everyday life, whether she’s shopping for pumpkins for Halloween or is cycling with her sister.

Photography’s her main hobby, and she’s taken several courses; she occasionally uploads her photographs onto her Instagram account.

Kelli’s physically quite active, and swims on a daily basis, while she also goes running nearly every morning.

She’s passionate about travelling, and hopes to visit all of the world’s countries.

Her favorite actresses are Olivia Colman and Marion Cotillard, while some of her favorite movies include “Joyride”, “Them That Follow” and “London Road”.



In 2016, while attending the music festival Coachella in California, Kelli was arrested for carrying a fake ID; she was cited, and then allowed to return to the festival.

Height, eyes and wealth

Kelli’s age is 26. Her eyes are brown and she has long brown hair which she usually dyes blonde; she weighs around 115lbs (53kgs) and is 5ft 4ins (1.63m) tall.

Kelli’s net worth’s been estimated at over $1 million, as of October 2022.

Martha Clifford

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