Brooke Nevin

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Brooke Nevin
Brooke Nevin.jpg
Nevin on the set of Sherman's Way
Born Brooke Candice Nevin
(1982-12-22) December 22, 1982 (age 31)
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Occupation Actress
Years active 1996–present

Brooke Candice Nevin (born December 22, 1982) is a Canadian actress, best known for portraying Rachel Berenson on the science fiction series Animorphs (1998–1999) and as Julianne "Jules" Simms (2011–2012)[1] on Breakout Kings. Furthermore, she played Sonja Lester (2010–present) on Call Me Fitz and was a series regular on USA Network's The 4400 (2004).

Nevin was born in Toronto, Canada to Monique (Nicky) and Bob Nevin, a retired professional hockey player. Nevin has a younger sister named Kaleigh. Nevin speaks French.

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1998 Short for Nothing Dawn / Daughter
2006 Comeback Season Christine Pearce
2006 I'll Always Know What You Did Last Summer Amber Williams Video
2007 Comebacks, TheThe Comebacks Michelle Fields
2008 Sherman's Way Addy
2009 Archie's Final Project Sierra Silver
2009 Infestation Sara
2011 Cookie Short film
2012 Alter Egos Claudel
2013 Sick Building Syndrome Amy Short film
2014 Vultures in the Void Sunset Bismarck Short film
2015 Construction Jessica

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1996 Jonovision Little Miss Muffet Episode: "Phobias"
1997 Goosebumps Erin Wright Episode: "A Shocker on Shock Street"
1998 Running Wild Angela Robinson TV film
1998-1999 Animorphs Rachel Berenson Main role (26 episodes)
1999 Are You Afraid of the Dark? Dani Episode: "The Tale of Bigfoot Ridge"
1999 Twice in a Lifetime Young Katie Episode: "Blood Brothers"
1999 Tales from the Cryptkeeper Jan (voice) Episode: "Too Cool for School"
2000 Famous Jett Jackson, TheThe Famous Jett Jackson Cherilee Episode: "Step Up"
2001 Haven Terri Sayles TV film
2001 In a Heartbeat Lissa Episode "The Boy's No Good"
2001 Doc Blair Episode: "Home Is Where the Heart Is"
2001 Loves Music, Loves to Dance Anne Sheridan TV film
2002 Guilty Hearts Missy Carrow TV film
2002 I Love Mummy Brenda Hadley Regular role
2002 Seriously Weird Claudia Marinelli TV series
2003 Skin Roxy Episode: "Amber Synn"
2004 Strange Days at Blake Holsey High Diana Music Episode: "Allure"
2004 Very Cool Christmas, AA Very Cool Christmas Lindsay Dearborn TV film
2004-2005 4400, TheThe 4400 Nikki Hudson Regular role (6 episodes)
2005 Without a Trace Nell Clausen Episode: "4.0"
2005 Charmed Hope Episode: "Little Box of Horrors"
2005 Head Cases Madeline Barton Episode: "S(elf) Help"
2005 Smallville Buffy Sanders Episode: "Thirst"
2005 Supernatural Katherine Episode: "Asylum"
2006 Everwood Ellie Episode: "An Ounce of Prevention"
2006 4400, TheThe 4400 Nikki Hudson Episode: "The Home Front"
2006 Daughter's Conviction, AA Daughter's Conviction Jo Hansen TV film
2006 My Boys Traci Episode: "Team Chemistry"
2007 Grey's Anatomy Tricia Hale Episode: "Forever Young"
2008 Eli Stone Molly Foster Episode: "I Want Your Sex"
2008 My Name Is Earl Kimmi's Daughter Episode: "We've Got Spirit"
2008-2009 Worst Week Chloe Recurring role (4 episodes)
2008-2009 Imaginary Bitches Brooke Regular role (11 episodes)
2009 Catherine & Annie Lauren TV film
2009 Come Dance at My Wedding Cyd Merriman TV film
2009 NCIS Rachael Sparks Episode: "Code of Conduct"
2010 How I Met Your Mother Amanda Episode: "Say Cheese"
2010 'Til Death Kelly Episode: "Family Vacation"
2010 League, TheThe League Lily Episode: "Bro-Lo El Cuñado"
2010-2013 Call Me Fitz Sonja Lester Recurring role (27 episodes)
2011-2012 Breakout Kings Julianne Simms Main role (23 episodes)
2012 Underwater Veronica Episode: "You Got Perspective?"
2012 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Maya Episodes: "Homecoming", "Karma to Burn"
2013 Chicago Fire Tara Little Recurring role (4 episodes)
2013 Cracked Dr. Clara Malone Main role (8 episodes)
2014 Motive Heather Williamson Episode: "Bad Blonde"

Awards/Nominations[edit]

Awards
Year Award Category Production Result
1999 Young Artist Awards Best Performance in a TV Movie/Pilot/Miniseries or Series - Supporting Young Actress Running Wild Nominated
2009 Daytime Emmy Awards New Approaches - Daytime Entertainment Imaginary Bitches Nominated
2011 Gemini Awards Best Ensemble Performance in a Comedy Program or Series Call Me Fitz Nominated
2011 Gemini Awards Best Performance by a Lead Actress in a Continuing Role in a Comedy Series Call Me Fitz Nominated
2011 Golden Nymph Outstanding Actress - Comedy Series Call Me Fitz Nominated

References[edit]

  1. ^ ANDREEVA, NELLIE (May 17, 2012). "A&E’s ‘Breakout Kings’ Cancelled After Two Seasons". Deadline. Retrieved May 17, 2012. 

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