|Notable works and roles||Song To Song (2017), Boyhood (2014), The Tree of Life (2011)|
Savannah Welch (born August 4th) is an actress and a musician TX singer-songwriter.
Biography[edit | edit source]
In 2009, she formed a group band The Trishas with Liz Foster, Kelley Mickwee, and Jamie Wilson.
In 2010, she joined the album of her father A Patch of Blue Sky along with her brother Dustin.
Career[edit | edit source]
She is known as an actress for her work on Boyhood (2014), The tree of life (2011) and Casey Jones (2011).
In 2018, she plays the role of an ex-Marine named Dawn who lost her leg in an IED explosion on the second season of the TV Series SIX. Her character meets Alex Caulder (Kyle Schmid),one of the main characters of the Navy SEAL Team, in a physical therapy hospital. While shooting for this season, it happened to be the anniversary of her real life accident.
Personal life[edit | edit source]
Savannah was in a relationship with Kyle Ellison in her 20s. She now share her life with Jeff Burns, a hotel real estate investor and they have a son named Charlie born in 2012.
On November 2nd, 2016 at the farmers' market in Wimberley, she was hit by a car and lost her right leg.
She said : "I remember laying on the ground waiting for EMS to get there. The very first thing, I looked at my leg. I was holding my hands around my leg. I was laying on the ground and I feel like I was on an incline, or maybe I just thought I was on an incline because I couldn't see the rest of my leg. I was wearing skinny jeans and my leg was just bulging. It was huge. I was like, 'What the hell?' I was in excruciating pain and had no idea what had happened."
Filmography[edit | edit source]
Film roles[edit | edit source]
- The Transcendents (2018) as Kim
- Song To Song (2017)
- The Golden Rut (2016) as Magnolia
- Jack's Apocalypse (2015) as Beth
- Boyhood (2014) as a student girl singer
- Billy Bates (2013) as Kaia
- Angels Sing (2013) as The Trishas
- The Sinner (2012) as Angela
- Deep in the heart (2012) as Joni
- The Tree of Life (2011) as Ms Kimball
- No Pain No Gain (2004) as a Cool Dude's chick
Television roles[edit | edit source]
References[edit | edit source]
- "- Collier Talent Agency". www.colliertalent.com.
- "Kevin Welch | About". kevinwelch.com.
- "Savannah Welch". www.facebook.com.
- "Quartet Striking Resounding Chord". 2012-05-25.
- "Savannah Welch". IMDb.
- "'SIX' Puts Kyle Schmid's Caulder on the Injured Reserve". TV Insider.
- "Q&A: Savannah Welch | Lone Star Music Magazine". lonestarmusicmagazine.com.
- "Savannah Welch a Year Later".
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