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Nevin, Brooke 1982–

NEVIN, Brooke 1982–


Full name, Brooke Candice Nevin; born December 22, 1982, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada; daughter of Bob (a professional hockey player) and Nicky Nevin. Avocational Interests: Art, playing piano, reading, sports, watching movies.

Addresses: Contact— c/o Core Group, 3 Church St., Suite 507, Toronto, Ontario M5E 1M2, Canada.

Career: Actress. Appeared in commercials. Member of East York Youth choir.

Awards, Honors: Young Artist Award nomination, Young Artist Foundation, best performance by a supporting young actress in a television movie, pilot, miniseries, or series, 1999, for Running Wild.


Television Appearances; Series:

Rachel Berenson, Animorphs (also known as AniTV), Nickelodeon, 1998–2000.

Claudia Marinelli, a recurring role, Seriously Weird, YTV, 2002.

Brenda Hadley, a recurring role, I Love Mummy, YTV, 2002–2003.

Nikki Hudson, The 4400, USA Network, 2004—.

Television Appearances; Miniseries:

Terri Sayles, Haven, CBS, 2001.

Missy Carrow, Guilty Hearts, CBS, 2002.

Television Appearances; Movies:

Angela Robinson, Running Wild, Showtime, 1998.

Rachel, Changes: An Animorphs Movie, Nickelodeon, 2000.

Anne Sheridan, Loves Music, Loves to Dance (also known as Mary Higgins Clark's "Loves Music, Loves to Dance"), PAX TV, 2001.

Lindsay Deefield, Too Cool for Christmas, Here! TV, 2004.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

Erin Wright, "A Shocker on Shock Street," Goosebumps (also known as Ultimate Goosebumps), Fox, 1997.

Ashleigh Wiggins, "Blizzard in the Wildcat Hills," Real Kids, Real Adventures, 1998.

Cindy, Jonovision, CBC, 1999.

Danielle (Dani), "The Tale of Bigfoot Ridge," Are You Afraid in the Dark?, Nickelodeon, 1999.

Little Miss Muffet, "Phobias," Jonovision, CBC, 1999.

Young Katie, "Blood Brothers," Twice in a Lifetime, PAX TV, 1999.

Cherilee, "Step Up," The Famous Jett Jackson, The Disney Channel, 2000.

Lissa, "The Boy's No Good," In a Heartbeat, The Disney Channel, 2001.

Young woman, "Home Is Where the Heart Is," Doc, PAX TV, 2001.

Diana Music, "Allure," Strange Days at Blake Holsey High, 2003.

Film Appearances:

Dawn/daughter, Short for Nothing, 1998.

Stage Appearances:

Hunchback Parking Only (sketches), Second City Studio Theatre, Los Angeles, 2004.



Chicago Tribune, May 6, 1999.

Hartford Courant, September 8, 1998.

Newsday, July 27, 1999.

Scholastic Magazine, fall/winter, 1999.

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