RaéVen Larrymore Kelly (A Preacher's Kid, What's Love Got to do With It?, A Time to Kill and Hannah Montana) is a member of the Actors' Equity Association and winner of the 2009 NAACP Theatre Award for Best Female Lead. RaéVen has had the fortune of performing in a wide range of high quality projects for film and television: John Grisham's A Time to Kill, as "Tonya Hailey" with Samuel L. Jackson, Sandra Bullock, Tonea Stewart and Matthew McConaughey, director Joel Schumacher; What's Love Got To Do With It? as "Young Tina Turner" with Laurence Fishburne, Angela Bassett, director Brian Gibson; Ghosts of Mississippi as "Young Rena Evers" with Whoopi Goldberg, James Woods, Alec Baldwin, director Rob Reiner; How to Make an American Quilt as "Young Anna," a role shared with Maya Angelou's character, also starring Wynona Rider, Ann Bancroft, director Jocelyn Moorehouse; Blossoms and Veils as "Em," producers Will Smith and Jada Pinkett-Smith, director Shonda Rhimes (Grey's Anatomy); and Tournament of Dreams as "Slick," also starring Debbie Allen, Carl Lewis, and Tony Todd, director Don Abernathy.
RaéVen's latest film is the new feature length motion picture Nocturnal Agony where she delivers an amazing performance as "Bay Bay." A UCLA graduate with honors, in African-American Studies, Film & Television and Pre-Law, Ms. Larrymore Kelly also holds an additional degree in Dance. RaéVen Larrymore Kelly has a distinguished career with a hallmark of earlier spectacular performances, nominations and awards.