Katelyn Nacon was born June 11, 1999 in Atlanta, Georgia USA, daughter of Mark and Natalie Nacon, is recurring on the #1 cable television show, AMC series, The Walking Dead. Katelyn portrays the quiet and mysterious teenager Enid, whom Carl (played by Chandler Riggs) meets shortly after arrival in the safe zone of Alexandria. Katelyn has always been drawn to performing, from ballet at the age of three to performing in hometown and Metro Atlanta musicals such as Annie, The Music Man, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat and Hairspray. In her middle school years, Katelyn's interest was piqued in acting while attending a local workshop and by the age of 13, Katelyn had decided that she wanted to make acting her career. She began attending metro Atlanta and Los Angeles classes, camps and workshops where she had the opportunity to work with industry experts to cultivate her acting talents and raw desire to perform into an absolute passion. In 2013, Katelyn landed her first role in a locally produced industrial film Loving Generously, where she played a supporting role as the teenage daughter Megan. In 2014, Katelyn landed her first national television appearance as a co-star on ABC's Resurrection, where she portrayed a town teenager who spied on main character, Jacob (played by Landon Gimenez). She also gained worldwide attention in the same year as Chloe Cook on Cartoon Network Adult Swim's Too Many Cooks, an episode that quickly went viral on YouTube. A native of Canton, GA, Katelyn also enjoys singing and song writing. Just as she loves to pour emotion into the characters she portrays on screen and stage, Katelyn also loves to pour emotion into her music by taking some of her own experiences and molding them into a song that people can connect with in their own way. In 2015, Katelyn released her first EP Love in May, on which she performs five songs that she wrote.