|Aimee Kelly Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 2.5 in|
|Date of Birth||July 8, 1993|
Aimee Kelly is an English actress who is best known for portraying roles such as Maddy Smith in Wolfblood, Kayla in Sket, and Carly O’Brien in Doctors. She has also appeared in a variety of other TV shows and films such as Raven, The Inbetweeners Movie, Playhouse Presents, Newsround, Friday Download, The Personal History of David Copperfield, Holby City, Call the Midwife, and many more. For her acting skills, Aimee has been nominated for several awards such as the London Film Festival Award and BAFTA award.
Newcastle upon Tyne, England
Aimee attended Sacred Heart Catholic High School. She completed her vocational training from Tring Park School of Performing Arts in Hertfordshire.
- Mother – Michelle
- Siblings – Katie Kelly (Twin Sister), Molly Kelly (Younger Sister)
She is signed to United Agents UK, which manages her portfolio.
5 ft 2.5 in or 159 cm
54 kg or 119 pounds
Boyfriend / Spouse
Aimée has dated –
- Alex Bibby – She and photographer Alex Bibby have a son, who was born in March 2022.
Race / Ethnicity
32-26-35 in or 81-66-89 cm
Best Known For
Portraying Maddy Smith in the CBBC’s supernatural television series Wolfblood since 2012. She is in a lead role.
Kelly played the lead role as Kayla in the 2011 British urban retribution thriller film Sket.
First TV Show
In 2012, Aimee appeared in Sky Arts’ Playhouse Presents for her role as Sammy in an episode titled “Care”.
Aimee Kelly Favorite Things
- Sport – Football
- Country – Thailand
- City – Barcelona
- Football Team – Newcastle United F.C.
- Color – Blue
- Actor – Robert De Niro
Source – YouTube.com, IMDb.com
Aimee Kelly Facts
- Aimee also auditioned for the role of Mini McGuinness in Skins TV show. She just missed the role as she was in the final two. But, finally, the role went to Freya Mavor.
- She started her career at the age of 16.
- For her role in the movie Sket, she was nominated for “Best British Newcomer” at British Film Institute.
- She had also guest appeared in the BBC’s Call the Midwife and Playhouse Presents.