Making a name for herself in Hollywood through her acting and music, Kirrilee Berger is quickly becoming one of her generation’s most influential rising stars. Berger was born and raised in a family that was immersed in music and the entertainment industry. Her grandmother was a vaudeville star in Australia. Her mother was the first Australian Radio City Rockette, and her father was a drummer who has played in over 20 Broadway shows, including In the Heights with Lin-Manuel Miranda and Hello, Dolly! with Bette Midler and Bernadette Peters. The Australian-American actress started her career on the Broadway national tour of Mary Poppins where she became the youngest person to ever play the role of Jane Banks. She continued to shine on stage touring in Billy Elliot, playing the role of Susan Parks. Her career accelerated full speed into the television industry when she booked two concurrent recurring roles on Amazon’s Just Add Magic and Disney’s K.C. Undercover. Berger took on a more challenging project, portraying numerous characters in Netflix’s The Who Was? Show, a historical comedy sketch series based on Penguin’s bestselling Who Was? book series. She also lends her voice as the role of Poppy for Nick Jr.’s animated series, Butterbean’s Café. This well-rounded teen’s talent includes acting, singing, dancing, and has trained at the world-renowned Joffrey Ballet School. Outside of entertainment, Berger’s committed to philanthropic work, supporting Children’s Miracle Network, Make-A-Wish Foundation, and the Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption.