Karlee Squires Biography

 
Birth Place:
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Bio:
Karlee Squires is a Canadian born triple threat. She began training as a competitive dancer and singer at the age of three and since then her passion has been performing and building a career in "La La Land" (the entertainment biz). Karlee began pursuing acting and film making at AMDA College and ... (read more)
 

Birth Place: Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Bio:
Karlee Squires is a Canadian born triple threat. She began training as a competitive dancer and singer at the age of three and since then her passion has been performing and building a career in "La La Land" (the entertainment biz). Karlee began pursuing acting and film making at AMDA College and ... (read more)

Karlee Squires is a Canadian born triple threat. She began training as a competitive dancer and singer at the age of three and since then her passion has been performing and building a career in "La La Land" (the entertainment biz). Karlee began pursuing acting and film making at AMDA College and Conservatory for the Performing Arts, obtaining a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Music Theatre. Karlee has spent the last four years living in Los Angeles, professionally performing and working in film production.



As an actor, Karlee is extremely motivated and loves performing. This motivation got her to book her first professional theatre gig three days out of college. Since then, she has been consistently performing, learning, and creating new material. Karlee most recently worked with the Helen Hayes drama desk award winning, Musical Theatre Guild, playing Olga/Mary Lou in their production of Sugar. You can currently catch Karlee performing on stage with the Creating Arts Company (CAC) and also on screen staring in NBC/Universal, E!'s final episode of Face Forward, to be aired on Snapchat in December 2017.



Karlee will be staring as the 'mythic bitch' Heather Chandler in Heathers, the Musical with YA4Ever in January performed at Hillcrest Center for the Performing Arts in Thousand Oaks.