Brooke Nevin began her television career as a young teen when she landed the leading role of ‘Rachel’ in the hit Nickelodeon series “Animorphs.”
Her professional work has taken her as far away as Zimbabwe, Africa, where she filmed “Running Wild” for Showtime Network. Starring alongside Gregory Harrison in her portrayal of ‘Angela Robinson,’ Nevin was nominated for the Young Artists Award.
Some of Nevin’s television work includes guest roles on such highly rated shows as “Without A Trace,” “Supernatural,” “Smallville,” “Charmed” and “Everwood.” She also appeared as the series lead ‘Nikki Hudson’ in the USA Network hit “The 4400.” Currently she is recurring in the CBS comedy “Worst Week.” In addition to the guest starring roles, Nevin also starred in the Lifetime movie “A Daughter’s Conviction” opposite Kate Jackson. She has worked with Marcia Gay Harden and Treat Williams on the CBS mini-series “Guilty Hearts,” with Natasha Richardson on the CBS mini-series “Haven,” and opposite George Hamilton in the made-for-TV movie “Too Cool For Christmas.”
On the big screen, Nevin starred opposite Ray Liotta and Glenn Headley in the feature “Comeback Season,” which premiered at the 2006 Tribeca Film Festival. She can also be seen in the Sony/Original Films feature “I’ll Always Know What You Did Last Summer,” and has starred in several independent films, including “My Suicide” opposite Gabriel Sunday, David Carradine, Mariel Hemingway and Joe Mantegna and “Sherman’s Way” opposite James LeGros and Enrico Colontoni, and the Fox Atomic feature called “The Comebacks.”
Nevin keeps her tools sharp by performing sketch comedy at the Second City Studio Theatre in Los Angeles. She is a native of Toronto, Ontario and currently resides in Los Angeles.