About Brook

Brook England is an actress, entrepreneur, producer, and content creator with over 100,000,000 career video views. Storytelling and motivating others are gifts that she takes pride in sharing with the world. She uses her personal milestones—as well as personal trials she’s overcome—to be an example of what self-application and confidence can manifest.

 

Moving to New York City with no job and $800, Brook was determined to live out her dreams. In 2009, she began her professional career interning at Creative Control TV. After 3 struggling years in NYC, she finally landed a job at BET as an assistant editor. Although she had goals to become a producer and host she knew it was an opportunity she could not turn down.

 

In 2015, after many closed doors and undeniable persistence, she became a well-known correspondent for BET Digital’s BET Breaks. Brook also hosted exclusive content at shows such as BET Awards, Hip Hop Awards, and Soul Train Awards. Simultaneously, she produced highly successful Viacom Digital Studios series such as I Went Viral, VIXEN, Rate The Bars and Body of Work. She has also created branded content for the likes of AT&T, Toyota, Sprite and Coca-Cola.

 

Brook also the founded her own production company Love First Media in 2015. Love First Media is a production company committed to social responsibility and coloring outside the lines. 

In 2017, she relocated to Los Angeles to pursue her dreams as an actress. Since then she has been in two live plays, two short films, one feature film, an animated series and a web series. She signed with Making Stars Talent Agency in 2019 and is expected to be on the big screen very soon.

 

Brook wholeheartedly attributes her success to her faith. She believes if it wasn’t for her unwavering belief in God, she wouldn’t have been able to make it through her most trying times. She believes faith instills the confidence that we all need to go after what we want. It is her belief, that this confidence can enable us all to press on when we feel like things aren’t going as planned—because better things are always on the horizon.