Brea Grant attending "Heroes for Autism" event (sponsored by Autism Speaks) at The Avalon, Hollywood, CA on April 19, 2009
Brea Colleen Grant|
October 16, 1981
Marshall, Texas, U.S.
|Other names||Brea Colleen Grant|
Life and career
Her acting career includes credits in an episode of Cold Case, three episodes of Friday Night Lights, as "Junkie Girl" (uncredited) in Max Payne, and as "Rasha" in SciFi's Battle Planet. She has also starred in several independent films, including Homecoming, where she played an army medic home on leave. She is currently directing and starring in a post-apocalyptic feature called Best Friends Forever with Vera Miao.
She has also seen success in the world of comics. She created a comic book miniseries called We Will Bury You with her brother Zane Grant and artist Kyle Strahm. She continued her comic writing with the SuicideGirls comic miniseries, based on the pin-up web site of the same name.
|2007||You're So Dead||Candy|
|2008||Friday Night Lights||Jean Binnel||Appeared in 3 episodes|
|2008||Cold Case||Liza West||Appeared in 1 Episode|
|2008||Middle of Nowhere||Jean|
|2008||Raising the Bar||Heather Dreeban||Appeared in 1 Episode|
|2008||Max Payne||Junkie Girl||uncredited|
|2008||Heroes||Daphne Millbrook||Appeared in 16 episodes|
|2009||Halloween II||Michaela "Mya" Rockwell|
|2009||Valley Peaks||Lizabeth Hardchild||Appeared in 2 episodes|
|2010||The Weathered Underground||Liz||Released on DVD|
|2011||Ice Road Terror||Rachel Harris|
|2011||The Perfect Student||Jordan|
|2011||Dexter||Ryan Chambers||Appeared in 4 episodes|
|2012||BlackBoxTV: Silverwood||Jennifer||YouTube series episode: Kidnapped|
|2012||Looper||TK Billboard Girl||Uncredited|
|2012||Game Shop||Chloe||IGN: Start YouTube Series|
|2013||Where Are My Dragons||Daenerys||A Funny or Die Exclusive|
|2013||Best Friends Forever||Harriet||Also directed by Grant|
|2013||Anger Management||Ellie||Appeared in 1 Episode|
|2015||Alleluia! The Devil's Carnival||Click/The Rosy Bayonettes|
|2016||Beyond the Gates||Margot McKenzie|
- Heroes Reaveled (May 5, 2008). "Brea Grant to join Heroes as Joy 'the speedster'". Retrieved 2016-08-03.
- Stated Magazine. "Interview with Actress/Writer Brea Grant of Heroes" (Interview). Retrieved 2016-08-03.
- Dread Central. "Brea Grant and Vera Miao Are Best Friends Forever". Retrieved 2011-11-14.
- Nerd Appropriate. "Brea Grant: The Nerd Appropriate Interview" (Interview). Retrieved 2016-08-03.
- SuicideGirls. "SuicideGirls Bring Their Brand of Sexy to the World of Comics". Archived from the original on May 18, 2011. Retrieved May 11, 2011.
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