Heels: Kelli Berglund Joins Cast For Wrestling Drama Series At Starz


Deadline is exclusively reporting that Kelli Berglund is the latest name to join the cast of wrestling drama series Heels at Starz.

 

Heels will be set in a close-knit Georgia community, focusing on a family-owned wrestling promotion as two brothers and rivals, Jack and Ace Spade, war over their late father’s legacy. In the ring, somebody must play the good guy, the face, and somebody must play their nemesis, the heel. But in the real world, those characters can be hard to live up to (and just as hard to leave behind).

 

Kelli Berglund (whose credits include Now Apocalypse and Animal Kingdom) will be playing the role of Crystal, a 20-year-old wrestler’s valet who yearns to transform this traditional role and compete as a wrestler. A rural-town girl of limited financial means, she’s an incredible athlete who just needs an opportunity to prove she belongs in the ring, and she’ll do whatever it takes to make that dream come true.

 

Kelli Berglund will join a cast that includes Stephen AmellAlexander Ludwig and Alison Luff.

 

The eight-episode series is being written by Michael Waldron, with Mike O’Malley serving as showrunner with the pair serving also as executive producers alongside LBI Entertainment’s Julie Yorn, Chris Donnelly and Patrick Walmsley.

One response to “Heels: Kelli Berglund Joins Cast For Wrestling Drama Series At Starz

  1. Pingback: Heels: Chris Bauer, Allen Maldonado And James Harrison Join Cast For Wrestling Drama Series At Starz | Irish Cinephile·

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