Kristel Elling is a Los Angeles based fluent English speaking actress from Estonia, with Television and Film credits spanning across the UK and European markets. Trained at the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre and Royal Central School of Speech and Drama in London, Kristel is also an experienced voice over, model and commercial actress who has worked for Honda, Dos Equis, Fisher Price, Microsoft and Vicks.
On 22nd of May, Kristel became a full member of SAG-AFTRA- Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists. SAG-AFTRA is the most reputable performers union in the world.
Kristel has just spent two weeks at the Binari Sonori Studios where she recorded songs and texts for Fisher Price brand new singing and talking toys. Kristel has been an artistic contributor for the Fisher Price line of educational products for Estonian market for the past seven years. New Fisher Price toys will be out be the end of this year.
Dos Equis new TV commercial The Most Interesting Man in the World Wins on Land, Sea, Air and Beyond has now aired internationally. Click here to view. Kristel plays a cosmonaut alongside Jonathan Goldsmith as “The Most Interesting Man In The World”.
Kristel booked a role in a TV Movie called How Not To Propose. She will be playing alongside with Ryan Merriman (The Pretender) and Kayla Ewell (The Vampire Diaries ). The movie is directed by Bradford May.
Estonian Magazine called Mari published a story about Kristel’s life and work as an actress in the United States. The issue was published on October. You can also read the article online.
The September 5th edition of The Free Estonian Word in Los Angeles, California, has published an article following Kristel’s career as an actress and showcases her latest film From Me.
The episode of Justice with Judge Mablean where Kristel guest stars as plaintiff Myra Shinsky, aired on September 15th on Channel 10 in the United States. The Episode is called “Bed Bugs and the B&B” and is still available to watch at the www.justicecentral.tv.
Kristel’s new reel is now online. It can be found both on the website and on Youtube. Click on REEL to view.