Brielle is a first generation Italian- American who hails from a small town in northern New Jersey, just outside of New York City.
Since she was a young girl, Brielle has always found herself entertaining an audience, with many a home video to prove it! She eventually began to fully immerse herself in the performing arts, and by the time she was just eight years old, Brielle made her onstage debut in a local production of The Secret Garden and has been performing ever since!
Brielle began her training at the award-winning Tada! Youth Theater in New York City after being accepted into their prestigious and competitive Resident Youth Ensemble, where she also performed regularly in their highly acclaimed mainstage original children's musical productions.
Throughout the years, Brielle's talents and work ethic have been recognized by many. She has been nominated for several awards, ultimately taking home the NJACT Perry Award for Outstanding Youth Actress in a Musical in 2013. She was later nominated for a Papermill Playhouse Rising Star Award for Outstanding Lead Actress, which earned her a coveted spot and scholarship to their distinguished Summer Conservatory where she was featured in their annual New Voices Concert.
Brielle recently graduated from Muhlenberg College in the top twenty percent of her class with the latin honor, magna cum laude, having earned her Bachelors of Arts in Theatre with an Acting Concentration, and a double minor in Film Studies and Music.
When she is not acting or performing, you can find Brielle spending time in the sun, reading, taking neighborhood walks, practicing her Italian, volunteering, or writing, especially poetry!
Advanced Scene Study
Luna Stage Company
Brielle is thrilled to be back "in the gym" and studying under the instruction of veteran stage and screen actor and teacher, Nathan Darrow.
Brielle has signed with East Coast Talent Agency!
Brielle has signed with East Coast Talent Agency and is now represented in the Southeast region by Barbara Garvey. Click here for more information.
Brielle will be playing the role of Leah, the southern, sassy, and always happy elite baseball player who plays catcher for the Red Diamonds All-American Female Baseball Exhibition Team and who always keeps a smile on her face, in the new play by Layon Gray, Girl Gone: Or Before a League of Their Own.
Girl Gone: Or Before A League of Their Own
Actors Temple Theatre
Brielle will be putting her over 10 years of cheerleading experience to good use while playing the role of Kylar, the cheerfully simple sidekick to the queen bee of Truman High's cheerleading squad, in Bring It On: The Musical.
Bring It On: The Musical
Muhlenberg Summer Music Theatre
Brielle graduated from Muhlenberg College in the top twenty percent of her class with the latin honor, magna cum laude, having earned her Bachelors of Arts in Theatre with an Acting Concentration, and a double minor in Film Studies and Music.
Brielle has been writing poetry since she was a little girl after first learning about haikus in the second grade. She had such an affinity for it that she chose to write her third grade history report on American poet, Langston Hughes, the next year. Instead of playing outside after school as a kid, Brielle could have very often been found sitting at her computer writing in her "poetry book," an abundant Microsoft Word document of all her lyrical pieces, fully adorned with matching clipart images to boot. While this precious file has since been misplaced and has escaped into the ether-sphere, please check- out and enjoy her more recent poesies on her dedicated Instagram page, @briellewhispers.