Karla Crome’s career started by starring in the British series “Hit And Miss,” alongside Chloe Sevigny. Her supporting role in the series landed her on Screen International’s 2012 “One To Watch” list. Crome graced the cover of “ASOS Magazine” in 2013 as part of their “One To Watch” portfolio. Crome appeared in the television series “Murder: Joint Enterprise” for BBC2, which went on to win an award for Best Single Drama at the 2013 TV BAFTA ceremony. Next, she joined the cast of “Misfits” for E4 and starred in BBC1’s drama “Prisoner’s Wives” alongside Polly Walker and Iain Glenn. Her other television credits include “Aisling” and “Lightfields.” In addition to Karla’s performances on screen, she is an emerging writer, and received her first commission from The National Youth Theatre of Great Britain to create “If Chloe Can,” a short stage play about the choices and pressures young women face when deciding what career to pursue. “If Chloe Can” was revived in 2012 and toured nationally to help inspire young females with remarkable life stories of women who have achieved extraordinary success in the face of adversity. Crome is from Borehamwood in Middlesex, just on the outskirts of London, England. She attended the prestigious Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts, Britain’s oldest drama school, before launching into her acting career. Her birthday is June 22. Follow Crome on Twitter at @KarlaCrome.