Brooke Butler is an actress with a Bachelor's Degree in Dramatic Arts from The University of Southern California. While there she was an avid film student, presidential scholar, and a cheerleader even being nominated as top 20 cheerleaders in the nation during USC’s win at the infamous Rosebowl.
Her film "All Cheerleaders Die," directed by Lucky McKee and Chris Sivertson, was in theaters and can now be seen on Netflix, blue-ray, and On Demand. It is currently in the top 5 most watched movies on Netflix. Brooke’s face graced the covers of newspapers at TIFF and Maxim for her accolades with this project. Her film "The Sand," opposite Jamie Kennedy and Mitchel Musso plays on television constantly. If you are scrolling through the channels you may also find her movie “Online Abduction” opposite of Emmy award winning actress Natalia Livingston and Baywatch alum David Chokachi, or as a young Cynthia Watros in Lifetimes “Fatal Justice.” Her film “The Remains” with Todd Lowe (True Blood) was just in theaters.
You may have also seen her on “CSI: Las Vegas” with Ted Danson and Marg Helgenberger or in numerous national commercials from Subway to Axe Body Spray to Ford to Doritos to Cover girl and beyond. She most recently shot a hair campaign to be launched this summer with Joico.
Brooke has filmed numerous pilots and is currently in post-production for two movies. The first is the controversial “Bobbie Kristina Biopic,” in which she plays Bobbi’s real life best friend that overdosed just a month before Bobbi’s death that was all too similar to her mother Whitney Houston’s death. Her second film “A Winter Wedding” is a beautiful love story along side actress Andrea Bowen (Desperate Housewives) and will be out later this year.
In between filming these two movies Brooke also made appearances on Lee Daniels “Empire” spinoff“Star” with Queen Latifa, as well as Gabrielle Union’s show on BET, “Being Mary Jane.”
When she isn’t on set or in class, Brooke can be found at a nearby coffee shop working diligently on her pilots and movies that she sells as a screenwriter. For her belief is that an artist exists to share the stories of those that can’t express, to give hope to those lost souls, to give courage to stand up to a bully, to be the silver lining to a broken heart, and the voice for a generation that pushes you to keep going. To be the messenger of empathy.
Brooke is repped by Jack Kingsrud at Silver Lining Entertainment, and Jason Lockhart at AMT.
Jack Kingsrud at Silver Lining
Jason Lockhart at AMT