1on1: Brooke Singleton

5 Fast Facts:

  1. Favorite Place to Eat? Mendocino Farms
  2. Favorite Color? Yellow
  3. Where were you born? Long Beach, CA
  4. Favorite book? Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry by Mildred D. Taylor
  5. Favorite movie? The Others 

What made you want to get into acting?

One of my mom’s friends had a good friend who was a manager and he asked my mom if he could manage my sister, Bria and I. So of course she sad yes!

How did you get your first agent and manager? 

One of my mom’s friends had a good friend who was a manager and he asked my mom if he could manage my sister, Bria and I. So of course she sad yes!

What was your first ever acting job?

My first job was a McDonalds commercial when I was 8 months old

What’s it like having your sister in the working in the same industry as you? 

I love it because occasionally I get the pleasure of working with her on some of the same projects and that is always fun! We really support each other. 

Brooke on the set of 911.

What was the casting process like for the role you played on 911? 

I got called in for the role and auditioned. I was later told that I was pinned and then I booked. My agent told my mom I booked and then my mom surprised me when I got home from school. I was really excited. 

Tell us about your experience on your first day on set? 

I was immediately intrigued by all the cool special effects they had in hair and makeup. The day went like any normal day on set but with a cool stuntman, nachos and an awesome cast and crew. 

What was the casting process like for Stuck in the Middle? 

I was called into casting to audition. Casting was really impressed by my commitment to the character, they pinned me right away and the. I booked. 

Tell us about the day you worked on Stuck in the Middle? 

The day was wonderful! The cast and crew were extremely nice to me and made me feel welcomed. The day went like any other job, school, hair and makeup, getting miked, lights, camera, action! 

When you book an ADR/Looping job, what is it that you do that differs from a traditional acting job? 

Sometimes when you audition for ADR, you audition over the phone whereas for a traditional acting job you send in a tape or go in person to meet with the casting director.

What was it like doing ADR/Looping for A Wrinkle in Time and Little? 

It was so cool! I got to work with a lot of kids my age on that project and it was fun getting little sneak peaks of some of the movie before it hit theaters.

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