Brooke Nevin Biography
Birthday: December 22, 1982 (Capricorn)
Born In: Toronto, Canada
Brooke Candice Nevin is an actress, writer, and producer from Canada. She has garnered fame for playing Rachel Berenson in the science fiction series ‘Animorphs’ and Julianne "Jules" Simms in ‘Breakout Kings’. She is also known for her role as Sonja Lester in 'Call Me Fitz'. A Toronto native, Nevin developed an interest in acting quite early in her life. She was taught by acting coach Amy Lyndon. In 1996, she made her screen debut in an episode of CBC Television’s ‘Jonovision’. A year later, she guest-starred in the YTV and Fox Kids series ‘Goosebumps’. She had her big-screen debut in the 1998 drama film ‘Short for Nothing’. That year, she was cast in her breakthrough role of Rachel Berenson in ‘Animorphs’. Nevin established herself as a leading television actress in the following years. In 2009, she was nominated for a Daytime Emmy for her performance as Brooke in the web series ‘Imaginary Bitches’. Nevin wrote, produced, and starred in the Hallmark telefilm ‘Jingle Around the Clock’, which was released in 2018.