Mostly Credited As: Brittany Curran
Sometimes Credited As: Brittany Elizabeth Curran
Birth Name: Brittany Elizabeth Curran
Date Of Birth: June 02, 1990 (Age 25)
Country Of Birth: USA
Birth Place: Boston, Massachusetts
Height: 5' 6" (1.67 m)
Brittany Curran is blossoming into one of Hollywood's premiere and talented young actors. From her uncanny comedic timing and style as Chelsea on Disney's The Suite Life with Zack and Cody to her portrayal of the tormented Helena in the feature film The Uninvited, Brittany demonstrates a range and passion for a myriad of genres and characters.
Shortly after moving to Hollywood at the age of eleven Brittany booked roles on Mad T.V. (Ruthie in a 7th Heaven skit) and Power Rangers. She shot her first commercial for the Olympics opposite a childhood hero, Olympian skater Michelle Kwan. She went on to shoot principle roles in about twenty commercials (KFC, Campbell's Soup, Post Cereal, Sears, T-Mobile, AT&T, Hewlett Packet, Sea World, etc.)
During 2004 Brittany broke into the prime-time and feature film world. She starred a Josie, girlfriend of Kyle (Evan Ellingson) and opposite their teacher (Stephen Tobolowsky), on Mel Gibson's ABC sitcom Complete Savages.
In the feature film 13 Going On 30 Brittany played Brittany Reese, one of the popular Six Chicks who antagonized the young Jennifer Garner. Brittany also starred in the AFI coming of age film Frenching (directed by Kellie Martin) as Stephanie; a sweet, precocious girl seeking her first kiss.
During 2005 Brittany appeared on The Young and the Restless as Lindsey and in the short film A Host of Trouble, directed by Stephen Tobolowsky. Brittany booked her first lead in the Disney film Go Figure. She played the Olympic skating prospect Pamela, a wealthy, popular, poised, and scheming character. Brittany had the opportunity to play opposite another Olympian, Kristy Yamaguchi.
In 2006 Brittany appeared in Akeelah and the Bee and began her recurring guest star role as Carly on the Nickelodeon show Drake and Josh. She played the rocker girl and girlfriend of Drake (Drake Bell).
2007 was another breakthrough banner year for Brittany. At the beginning of the year Kidzworld.com - a leading child and teen magazine - selected Brittany as on of the "Top-Five-Faces-To-Watch-2007-The Kidzworld Girls." During 2007 Brittany began to dazzle the Disney kids with her recurring guest star role as the rich, prissy, intellectually challenged/stylishly sophisticated & poised Chelsea - best friend of London (Brenda Song) - on The Suite Life with Zack and Cody. Brittany also guest starred as Annie on the top rated CBS show Shark, starring James Woods.
During 2007 Brittany also played a starring role in the Universal film The Haunting Hour Volume One: Don't Think About It, directed by Alex Zamm. She plays the pretty, popular school girl, Priscilla, opposite Cassie (Emily Osment), Sean (Cody Linley), and The Stranger (Tobin Bell). Brittany also booked a recurring guest star role on the NBC/Universal pilot Zip. Brittany stars in the horror film The Uninvited as Helena, a teen mother who is tormented and murdered. Her portrayal of the character is riveting and illustrates the enormous potential of Brittany's development as a young actor.
In 2008 Brittany had a starring role in the feature film Dog Gone (aka Diamond Dog Caper), directed by Mark Stouffer. She plays Lilly, a pretty All-American family girl, opposite brother Owen (Luke Benward), dad (John Farley), mom (Kenda Benward), and the thieves (French Stewart, Kevin Farley & Kelly Pirine).
Brittany recently starred opposite Lucas Grabeel (High School Musical 1 & 2) as his leading lady in the feature film "The Adventures of Food Boy." She also guest starred on Ghost Whisperer with Jennifer Love Hewitt and, is now a series regular on the new TNT series Men OF A Certain Age playing Ray Romano’s daughter, LUCY.