A Baton Rouge native, Brooke first caught the acting bug while portraying “Lazy Mary” in Kindergarten. But as a Leo with a Gemini rising, Brooke has been anything but a lazy Mary. She spent much of her only childhood sweating away in the Louisiana humidity in rigorous trampoline rehearsals, puppet shows and dance performances...which only her Pomeranian and Peek-a-Poo attended. Brooke decided to take her shows on the road - enlisting (or forcing, some may argue) some new friends in the Smokey Mountains of North Carolina to perform with her. That soon landed Brooke and friends greater audiences who watched them re-enact the iconic final scene from Dirty Dancing...just a stone's throw from where the original Dirty Dancing was filmed in Lake Lure! Enough with the childhood stuff. You get the point: Brooke was a wacky kid with a lot of energy and a passion to perform. And, that hasn't changed a damn bit.
Some of Brooke's notable television credits include Co-Star roles on Law and Order SVU (Seasons 12 & 14), Cinemax's Quarry and ABC's What Would You Do? Brooke returned to her Louisiana roots for supporting role in the feature film The Runner starring Nicholas Cage and Sarah Paulson and represented her current Jersey roots with a supporting role in The Girl Who Invented Kissing starring Dash Mihok, Vincent Piazza and Suki Waterhouse. (How's that for obnoxious name dropping?) Brooke has also appeared in several indie films including Trust Me, I'm a Lifeguard and Hudson and Jersey Shore Massacre.
Brooke continues to improv (with her troupe Lunatic Fringe), improve (with the help of her rescue dog Annie) and create her own projects including:
When Brooke is asked the CRAZY question, “You’re an actor, so what do you do, really?” She responds, “What DON'T I do?” She is, after all a Leo with Gemini rising - and she sure as hell isn't a Lazy Mary!
Brooke's production company Fluffy Butt Productions LLC was founded in 2013. Crazy name, huh? Well, Brooke loves dogs so much that she screams when she can see their fluffy butt shake from a mile away. And, that's the same feeling she gets when she performs and creates. An odd name, yes. But, a lot of heart...and sometimes a lot of fluff behind all their productions.