Kellie Raines is an actor and writer currently living in midtown Sacramento and has lived in San Francisco which she considers her true home.

She has a Bachelor's degree in Theatre Arts with a minor in English from the University of California, Davis (June 2008).

She has peformed on the stage over the past 20 years, appearing in such plays as Macbeth, A Midsummer Night's Dream, King Lear, Murder on the Nile and a two year run in the longest running independent production of The Vagina Mongologues with She played Lizzie in the North American debut of Nights at the Circus in March 2008. She will next be appearing in Beyond the Proscenium's production of "The Last Days of Judas Iscariot" by Stephen Adly Guirgis.

Her playwriting credits include her first play, Saving Trophies which was one of three plays produced for the 2007 THIRDeYE Theatre Festival. Her second play, Miracle Fish was selected and produced for the 2008 THIRDeYE Theatre Festival. She made her short-film debut in the 2006 Sacramento International Film and Music Festival in All in a Day's Work —winner of Audience Favorite. She has poems at (online poetry journal and podcast) and in the 2007 American River Review. She loves Vietnamese coffee and San Francisco fog.

She is currently writing a play about the intersection of identity, memory, and the Internet.


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