Country singer widely known for her work alongside her father Glen Campbell. In 2015, she released her debut single "Remembering," which was written as a tribute to her father, and appeared on the soundtrack to his biographical documentary Glen Campbell: I'll Be Me.
She graduated from Pepperdine University in 2009 with her bachelor's degree in theater. She initially pursued comedy following her graduation as a member of various Los Angeles-based improvisational comedy groups.
Her 2015 single "Remembering" peaked at #55 on the Billboard US Country Airplay charts. She played banjo for her father during his 2011-2012 farewell tour.
She is the youngest of eight total children. Her mother is Kimberly Woolen.
Her father's Oscar-nominated single "I'm Not Gonna Miss You" was performed at the 2014 ceremony by Tim McGraw.