Kelsey Scott began her career in Atlanta's theatre scene, as a child. She made an early foray into television as Robert Guillaume's daughter on his self-titled ABC sitcom, The Robert Guillaume Show. Since her debut, Kelsey's credits have spanned a diverse range of projects. Her television appearances include shows like NCIS, Grey’s Anatomy, True Detective, House, Army Wives and The Young and the Restless. Kelsey played opposite Chiwetel Ejiofor, as Anne Northup, in director Steve McQueen's Academy Award winning 12 Years A Slave. And she presently appears as a recurring character on ABC's How to Get Away with Murder. In a return to her Atlanta roots, Kelsey took to the stage in the World Premiere of Pearl Cleage's "What I Learned in Paris" at the Alliance Theatre. Her theatre resume also showcases her work as a vocalist - with productions like "Once On This Island", "Little Shop of Horrors", "The Wiz" and a touring company of "Dreamgirls". A professional public speaker, Kelsey has shared platforms with such accomplished individuals as Oprah Winfrey, Jesse Jackson, the late Maya Angelou, and departed political pioneer Shirley Chisholm. Out of the spotlight, she is an accomplished screenwriter - having penned the Sony Pictures thrillers "Motives" and "Motives 2", starring Vivica A. Fox (Kill Bill), Shemar Moore (Criminal Minds), and Sean Blakemore (General Hospital). Rainforest Films ("Think Like A Man", "Ride Along") also commissioned Kelsey to adapt the harrowing true story of former Hampton University student Kemba Smith, for the big screen.