American teen actress Kelli Berglund first came to the attention of
public when she appeared on the children's television show “Hip
Hop Harry” (2006-2007). Currently, she stars as Bree Davenport on
the Disney XD teen sitcom “Lab Rats” (2012 -?). Berglund
will star in the TV film “How to Build a Better Boy” (2014)
and in the romance film “Lovin' Brooklyn”
Childhood and Family:
Kelli Berglund was born Kelli Michelle Berglund on February 9, 1996, in
Moorpark, California, to parents Mark and Michelle Berglund. She has a
younger sister named Kirra. Kelli is of Swedish, German, Italian,
English, Irish and Scottish descent. She enrolled at the independent
study program at Moorpark High School. She is trained in ballet
(pointe) jazz, hip hop and tap dance.
In her leisure time, Kelli enjoys spending time with her sister,
swimming, video editing, still photography and creating original films
on her computer. She also loves shopping and fashion.
Hip Hop Harry
Kelli Berglund made her television debut at 10 when she landed a role
on the TLC's television show, “Hip Hop Harry.” She
was on the show from October 2, 2006 to September 11, 2007. She also
appeared in TV shows like “Are You Smarter Than a 5th
Grader” and “America's Next Producer.” She had a bit
part as birthday party guest in the indie film “Bye Bye
Benjamin” (2006), which was directed and co-written by Charlie
In 2012, Berglund began her role of Bree Davenport, a bionic teenager
with lightning speed, on the Disney XD original series “Lab
Rats,” opposite Billy Unger, Spencer Boldman, Tyrel Jackson
Williams and Hal Sparks. The show premiered on February 27, 2012.
In 2013, Berglund made a guest appearance as Sloane Jennings on an
episode of Disney XD's “Kickin' It” called “The New
Girl,” which aired on September 23.
Berglund has appeared in several commercials including those for
Hyundai, Old Navy, Bratz, McDonald's and Mattel. She has also done
print and modeling campaigns for Reebok and the Camarillo Academy of
Recently, in 2014, Berglund has completed filming the role of Mae
Hartley on the made for TV film “How to Build a Better
Boy.” Her co-stars in the family/science fiction film include
Marshall Williams, Neil Whitely and China Anne McClain.
Burglund will star opposite Raquel Castro and Daniella Monet on the
upcoming romance film “Lovin' Brooklyn” (2014), for
director/writer Guy Guido.