Kelly Frazier

Kelly Frazier

Baad Lamb Productions
Actor, Author, Comedian, Dancer, Director, Filmmaker, Host/presenter, Producer, Screenwriter, Singer, Songwriter and Voice Actor

Los Angeles, California

Member Since:
October 2015
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About Kelly

Actress, Writer, Filmmaker.
Kelly Frazier founded Baad Lamb Productions in 2014 so she could move forward with putting her writing where her mouth is.
Kelly is a self-professed "eternal student", fascinated by life. With her production co. intact, she's currently learning the landscape of the production side of this amazing industry of entertainment, so she can gear up to become a tastemaker.
"I like to learn all the rules... so I can break them, and create a new standard."

Why the name Baad Lamb?
When passionate about something, Kelly has the reputation of causing trouble by standing for hers and others' integrity, telling it like it is. She errs on the side of rebelling against the systems and models so many let themselves be subverted by. Future Hollywood Vigilante? Quite possibly. Within that angelic demeanor and her good intentions is a spitfire of an artist with high standards.
"...Baad Lamb, baad ass, baaaaaad, as in good. Good or baaad, if I can forge an entertainment career in this life that merits a Comedy Central Roast, I won."

Kelly always has story ideas and song lyrics flowing through her; they really can't be stopped. She's currently developing her comedic series Thirty-Fuck, with a dramatic short, a romantic thriller, and a period piece rom-com in tow, as well as a children's book series based on the life of her dog, Dylan.
She is not currently repped in the literary department, but open to the possibility.

Kelly is an active member of SAG-AFTRA and is currently repped Theatrically by Jaeger Campbell Talent (CA) and Emerging Talent (NY), Trinity Talent (ATL/LA) and Commercially by Media Artists Group (CA).

Contact her directly or via her agents to hire her for acting work so she can continue on her journey to the slashie table where she plans to gloat with all the other slashies at award shows. laughs She'd like to thank her mom for teaching her to always say thank you. "Thank you, Mom and Universe. Thank you."
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