Collette Wolfe is an American film and television actress. She is most famous for her roles in "Interstellar," "Young Adult," and the "Hot Tub Time Machine" films.
Collette Marie Wolfe was born in King George, Virginia on April 4, 1980. Growing up, she participated in both community theater and school productions at King George High School, where she even wound up graduating from a year early. Wasting no time, she then went on to study at Virginia Tech, and by 2006 made her way to Los Angeles in order to pursue a career as an actress.
Even though we often say that it didn't take an actress long to land their first role, for Collette, we mean that as literally as possible. Upon auditioning for her very first role as Denise in the 2006 comedy "The Foot Fist Way," she got the part. Of course, it probably didn't hurt that the director of the film was her husband Jody Hill. Be that as it may, from here, Collette's career blossomed out of control, having starred in six films between 2007 and 2009. At the same time, she was also making guest appearances of series like "Reaper" and "Greek."
By 2010, Collette had landed her most recognizable role to date in the film "Hot Tub Time Machine" playing the character of Kelly. She went on to reprise this role in the 2014 sequel. Since then, she has gone on to star in films such as "Young Adult," "Devil's Knot," and Christopher Nolan's "Interstellar." Primarily, however, Collette has focused on her TV roles, playing recurring characters on series such as "100 Questions," "Cougar Town," and "Next Caller." Along with this, she has also done guest spots on series such as "Eastbound & Down," "The Office," and "Mad Men."