Kelli McNeil (actor/writer) is a Los Angeles based writer, actor, voiceover artist and producer. As a graduate of the University of Southern California’s School of Drama, McNeil has performed in multiple film, TV and stage productions and wrapped production on three features in 2017, including Gus Van Sant’s new movie "Don't Worry He Won't Get Far on Foot'. She was selected to attend BADA (British American Drama Academy) during her junior year. McNeil is an alum of the Groundlings, where she completed their rigorous training program and advanced writing lab and cut her teeth writing multiple short form sketches in an intense two month program. She performed with her own improv troupe (((High Vibes))) for three years in Los Angeles on the improv circuit. She is a published children’s book author: her first book Sleepy Toes was released in the spring of 2017 with Scholastic and was named one of "15 Best Picture Books for Kindergarten". The Baltimore School of Charm which was a semi-finalist in the Screencraft Fellowship program in 2015. The script was also a top 15% finisher in the Nicholl Fellowship competition, announced in July of 2017 and won the UCLA Extension Screenwriter’s Competition in 2017 as well as the Bechdel Film Festival in 2018. In 2017, McNeil was selected to be part of the UCLA Extension Writers’ Program Television Writers Fellowship Prep Series. Her play Borderline was developed with dramaturge Che'Rae Adams at LAWC and had it's first reading in the New Alignment Reading Series.