Brooke Mikey Anderson

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Brooke "Mikey" Anderson
Born Brooke Paige Anderson
(1981-08-15) 15 August 1981 (age 35)
Sydney, Australia
Occupation actress, writer, film director, film producer, singer
Years active 1989–present
Awards Variety Club Award Winner for Most Outstanding Juvenile Actress; Penguin Award Nomination for Best Performance by a Juvenile; Rosemount Diamond Award Top 5 Finalist for "Forced Entry"; TropFest Best of the Rest for "Forced Entry"; Action Cut Short Film Festival Semi-Finalist for "Forced Entry"; Great Lakes International Film Festival Winner – Best of the Fest; Best Comedy & Best Supporting Actor for "Forced Entry"; MQFF Emerging Filmmaker Special Commendation for Best Australian Short Film for "Forced Entry"

Brooke Paige "Mikey" Anderson (born 15 August 1981) is an Australian actress., who started her career as a child actress, when Brooke played the character Claire Fielding on the Australian series E Street, and has appeared in two episodes ("?" and "Live Together, Die Alone") of the American series Lost.

Brooke trained at Gala Productions run by her mother Lynda Keane and father Greg Anderson in Sydney Australia. Brookes parents also had a very popular dance troupe during the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s called the The Keane Kids. This dance troupe performed on numerous television shows, Royal Command Performances and overseas productions. This dance troupe had helped train and form a number of well known Australian actor's and theatre performers.


As appeared as a child actor in the Australian soap opera E Street, which aired on the Ten Network from 1989 to 1994. Anderson was written out of the series after writers had trouble coming up with storylines for her character. When Anderson was 12, she released a single and music video called "Step Back (Peace not War)". Brooke has had lead roles in independent films such as Self Inflicted, Sum of Existence, Short Side Of Nothing, and Good Chemistry. She directed and co-produced an independent film Off The Ledge, with her directing partner Dawn Higganbotham.

Brooke finished post-production on her feature film directorial debut Off the Ledge under her Production companies Cordova Pictures with Producing Partner Dawn Higginbotham and her Australian production company Gala Films. She is in active development on three feature films; a feature remake, and two pilots. Cordova Pictures went into production on the feature film "Passing Through" in 2008, where Brooke will be also be joining the award winning ensemble cast.



Year Title Role Notes
1989 Punisher, TheThe Punisher Annie Castle
1993 You and Me and Uncle Bob Charlie
2005 Self-Inflicted Amy
2005 Short Side of Nothing Talia Baca Video
2005 Sum of Existence Liz Murphy
2008 Good Chemistry Laurie
2009 Off the Ledge Kat
2010 Perfect Host, TheThe Perfect Host Thief


Year Title Role Notes
1987 Country Practice, AA Country Practice Phoebe Spencer Episodes: "Licensed to Kill: Parts 1 & 2"
1989 E Street Clare Fielding Recurring role (5 episodes)
1992 Country Practice, AA Country Practice Dee Dee Mann Episodes: "Me and My Girl: Parts 1 & 2"
1993 G.P. Sasha Episode: "Pioneers"
1995 Glad Rags Lizzie Forbes Main role (13 episodes)
1996 Home and Away Hannah Williams Recurring role (7 episodes)
1996-1997 Ocean Girl Cassandra 'Cass' Clayborn Regular role (51 episodes)
1998 Water Rats Finn Episode: "Run for the Money"
1998-2000 Search for Treasure Island Jacqui Raymond Regular role (14 episodes)
2006 Happy Hour Cute Girl Episode: "Boo! This Party Sucks"
2006 Lost Charlotte Malkin Episode: "?"
2007-2008 Animalia Alex (voice) Main role (40 episodes)

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