Brooke Anne Smith

I have to say that out of all the interviews that I have done, my interview with Brooke Anne Smith was the most enjoyable. Brooke was not only physically beautiful she had the personality to match.

This petite young woman from Colorado was so down to earth and full of energy. She really made me feel comfortable about interviewing her. However, as friendly and laid back as she was do not mistake her kindness for being a pushover as you will see in her newest film Mischief Nights. She can handle herself very well.

Brooke has a very active acting career. She has acted in film and in television. She was Jenna in the movie “Max Keeble’s Big Move”. She has also been in many televisions series such as 7th Heaven, Malcolm in the Middle, My Wife and Kids, Judging Amy, Cold Case, and CSI: Crime Scene Investigations.

Currently Brooke has a recurring role in the new hit television series “Awkward”.

As if Brooke is not busy enough she has also been in the studio filming the first season of David Duchovny’s new television series called “Aquarius”; A gritty 1960s cop drama about a cop who goes undercover to track Charles Manson and the Manson Family before their infamous murder spree.

As you can see Brooke is a very busy young lady. I am very grateful for her taking the time out of her busy schedule so that I may give you a glimpse into Brooke Anne Smith’s life.

If you would like to follow Brooke to see her latest projects check out her website at http://brookeannesmith.com.

And for all you social media fans you can find Brooke at:  Twitter: @BrookeAnneSmith, Instagram: brookeannesmith and the New Whosay: brookeannesmith.


I like to give special thanks to:

The Hacienda Playa Del Rey for facilitating our interview.  Note:  If you find yourself in LA and want a great Mexican dish the Hacienda Playa Del Rey is the place to be.  You can find the Hacienda Playa Del Rey on GrubHub and Eat24.

I would also like to give thanks to Sonny Greer for making this interview happen and also to TutThomas Film Productions for video productions.

And many many thanks to Brooke Anne Smith.