Brooke was born and raised in sunny Miami, FL. She wouldn’t be here if her grandmother hadn't shown her a YouTube video of Sutton Foster singing on the Rosie O’Donnell Show at four years old. She begged her mom for two years to join the performing arts and after much protesting, she started singing, dancing and acting lessons at the age of six. While attending Miami Palmetto Senior High, she performed in two shows at the Muny in St. Louis (Hairspray and Mamma Mia) and sang the National Anthem for multiple NBA teams, the Miami Marlins, NCAA games and with the Palm Beach Pops.
She is a recent graduate of the prestigious North Carolina School of the Arts obtaining her BFA in Acting. While at school, she starred as Elise in The Miser directed by Jason Bohon, a featured track in And The World Goes Round by Kander & Ebb and Nurse Edna/Debra in The Cider House Rules: Part 1 and 2 directed by Quin Gordon (where she served as the choreographer on the production). This past spring, she directed Bad Jews as a part of UNCSA’s Keys to the Kingdom season and starred in a UNCSA feature film hitting film festivals later this year, entitled Home Sweet Home.
She is a proud member of the Broadway Dreams family after serving as a performance intern. While in school, she has performed in a reading at the Manhattan Theatre Club and RWS Studios entitled BlackBox, written by Matthew Lee Robinson and Scott Anderson Morris.
This past summer, Brooke starred as Serena in Fame, Ruth in Blithe Spirit and Ursula in Sweet Charity at the Woodstock Playhouse. She has now made the move to New York City!
While performing has been at the center of her life, she loves spending time with her incredible family, watching reality TV, reading books, working out on Peloton, and teaching tap dancing to kids.
-The Hounds, an independent short film in which she stars as the lead, directed by Fer McFarlene.
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