Kaylee DeFer is an American actress known for her work in film and television. She was born on September 23, 1986, in Tucson, Arizona, USA. DeFer’s talent and versatility have allowed her to take on various roles in both comedy and drama throughout her career. DeFer began her acting career at a young age and made her television debut in the late 1990s with guest roles in various TV shows. Her breakout role came in 2004 when she portrayed Hillary Gold in the popular TV series “The Mountain.” This role helped establish her as a rising talent in the entertainment industry. She continued to gain recognition for her work in television with appearances in series like “Drake & Josh,” “Ghost Whisperer,” and “How I Met Your Mother.” One of her most notable roles was as Ivy Dickens/Charlie Rhodes in the hit TV series “Gossip Girl,” where she played a mysterious…