Dylan Gelula was born on May 7, in the year, 1994 and she is a very famous American actress and is well-known for her performance of the character, Xanthippe on Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. Dylan Gelula is known for her work in the TV shows, Jennifer Falls, Chasing Life and Casual.
In the year, 2016, Dylan Gelula had made her movie as the main actress in the movie, First Girl I Loved, and this had been directed by KeremSanga. The movie had premiered during the Sundance Film Festival and had also won the award for Best Of NEXT. Dylan Gelula’s work in the movie as the character, Anne had earned a lot of reviews from many critics.
Dylan Gelula has made an appearance in the movies, Support the Girls, Flower, Her Smell and Under the Eiffel Tower.
Dylan Gelula had started her career in the field of acting when she had been 10 years old as an extra in the M. Night Shyamalan movie, called, Lady in the Water, which Dylan Gelula had then revealed neither Dylan Gelula nor her parents had seen. Before Dylan Gelula had moved to Los Angeles, her agent in New York had gotten Dylan Gelula an audition for the role of the character, Jean Fordham in August: Osage County, directed by Terry Nolen.
After Dylan Gelulahad moved to Los Angeles when she had been 17 years old, she had worked as a waitress at in Santa Monica, from which Dylan Gelula had been fired. Dylan Gelulahad then worked as a buyer at Wasteland, and she had many guest roles on Are We There Yet?, NCIS: Naval Criminal Investigative Service, and also, Law and Order: Special Victims Unit.
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