Minnesota, United States
|Years active||1979 - present|
|Daniel Ulin (2016)|
Kelli Maroney is an American film and television actress. She appeared in the films Fast Times at Ridgemont High (1982), Night of the Comet (1984), and Chopping Mall (1986), and also appeared on television in the soap operas Ryan's Hope and One Life to Live.
Maroney's best-known film roles are Cindy Carr in Fast Times at Ridgemont High (1982), Samantha Belmont in Night of the Comet (1984), Jamie in The Zero Boys (1985), and Allison in Chopping Mall (1986). Her daytime TV roles were as Kimberly Harris Beaulac on the soap opera Ryan's Hope (1979-1983) and Tina Lord on One Life to Live (1984-1985).
Maroney appeared as a guest on the Playboy TV 2015 "So Sexy It's Scary" Halloween episode with Jeffrey Reddick and Lisa Wilcox.
She was a guest of and interviewed on Illeana Douglas's 2019 podcast "I Blame Dennis Hopper".
An interview with her is featured in the 2019 documentary Time Warp: The Greatest Cult Films of All-Time.
|1982||Fast Times at Ridgemont High||Cindy|
|1984||Night of the Comet||Samantha|
|1986||Chopping Mall||Alison Parks|
|1986||The Zero Boys||Jamie|
|1987||Big Bad Mama II||Willie McClatchie|
|1988||Not of This Earth||Nurse Oxford|
|1990||Hard to Die||Porno Wife|
|1991||Servants of Twilight||Sherry Ordway|
|1999||Sam and Mike||Co-Producer||Short film|
|2019||In Search of Darkness||Herself||Documentary film|
|1979-1982||Ryan's Hope||Kimberly Harris||319 episodes|
|1984||One Life to Live||Tina Lord||TV series|
|1986||Simon & Simon||Angela Fielding||Episode: "Eye of the Beholder"|
|1986||Murder, She Wrote||Cissy Barnes||Episode: "Menace, Anyone?"|
|1991||FBI: The Untold Stories||Bonnie Kelly||Episode: "Kill for Love"|
|1997||The Pretender||Reporter||Episode: "Dragon House: Part 1"|
|1997||Face Down||Merrie/Meredith||TV movie|
|1999||Chicago Hope||Grace McNeil||Episode: "Home Is Where the Heartache Is"|
|2008||True Blood||Televangelist||Episode: "Mine"|
|2010||Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!||Kelli||Episode: "Re-Animated"|
|2012||Gila||Deputy Wilma||Television film|