A little 'bit' about this Southern gal...
Brittany is an Alabama native actor and singer living in Los Angeles. From an early age, she grew up singing country music, gospel, and jazz. These experiences led to an exploration of acting where as a teenager she landed her first role on the stage as Grandmother Tzeitel in Fiddler on the Roof. Acting and singing has been a passion, study and integral part of her life ever since.
As an adult, she has worked to provide fine art, leadership, sports, and other education programs to children and youth around the world. At the peak of her non-profit career, she made the decision to change directions and focus primarily on a pursuit in acting.
Her return to film, television and the stage was supported by her studies with the Moscow Art Theater in Boston and Russia. She is a proud graduate of the Actors Studio Drama School in New York City where she earned an MFA in Acting.
When asked what theater is to Brittany by the producer of her last show, she wrote:
“Acting requires all of you-the greater parts, the lesser parts, the parts not yet developed or discovered, the parts full of light, and the parts that are dark. All of you is constantly utilized, challenged, and refined. If you haven't left a piece of you on the stage by the time
the curtain falls, you haven't done your job. Acting means working hard, staying sharp, playing well with others, and giving your heart to something greater than yourself. It is life and life is art. In short, it is everything. Acting to me means striving to be better; to learn
more each and everyday so I can give more to others.”
Recent favorite acting credits include Sonia in Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike (The Actors Studio Repertory Season), Joanie in Mend the Envelope (Workshop Theater’s MITF and Hudson Guild Theater’s Thespis Theater Festival), Ruth in A Simple Gift (The York Theater Company), Sarah in The Lover (Actors Studio Drama School), and Olga in The Three Sisters (Moscow Art Theater).
Brittany is currently a Member of The Actors Project NYC and a member of the National Association of Professional Women.