Joelle Marie Carter better known as Joelle Carter is an American actress, model, comedian, producer and also, a dancer. She was born on October 10, 1972, under the zodiac sign of Libra in Thomasville, Georgia.
She grew up in a family with a father dedicated to the army, so they had to move often throughout the United States. She attended high school in Albany, Georgia, and enrolled at Augusta State University on a full athletic scholarship for swimming and cross-country skiing. After her sophomore year of college, she moved to New York to pursue a modeling career. She there worked for Elite and Wilhelmina Models.
In 1996 she made her television debut by playing Donna Richland in an episode of the series Law & Order and in 1998 she made her debut on the big screen with the movie The Horse Whisperer. In 2006 she debuted as a producer in the documentary Altered by Elvis. In 2008, she, too, co-produced and starred in the short A Girl And A Gun, for which she won the Best Original Short Film Award at the 2008 Washougal International Film Festival.
In 2010 she is selected to play one of her most important roles on television, Ava Crowder on the FX series Justified, sharing credits with Timothy Olyphant, Nick Searcy, Walton Goggins, among others.
In her extensive resume, Joelle has worked on 65 different projects to date, including series, movies, and short films. To mention a few; Joelle played Kate in the 2014 horror movie Jessabelle, she also played the role of Laura Nagel on the television series Chicago P.D. and Chicago Justice. She could currently be seen playing Principal Kim Collins on the Apple TV series Home Before Dark, and soon she will be Helen Hill in the movie The Hill. (You can find more information about each project in the career section).