Brittney holds a B.F.A in Acting with a minor in Communications from Old Dominion University.She recently wrapped production on indie film Miracle of the Murderers, cast as a series regular in Precinct 757 (pilot), and starred as Marjorie in Iron Street Production's Extremities. In addition to her professional credits, Brittney self-advocates and has her own YouTube and New Media segment titled “When An Actor Gets Bored”.
Other Film/Television Credits: Bad Service (Indie), 22:42 (Indie), Miracle of the Murders (Short); I Dated a Psycho, F.B.I. Criminal Pursuit, Wicked Attraction, and The Bureau.
Theatre Credits (limited): Ruth in A Raisin in the Sun (Keep the Change Productions); Marjorie in Extremities (Iron Street Productions); Fraction of Light and Raising Awareness/ Raising Hope (Venue on 35th Street Theatre); Portia/ Calpurnia in Julius Caesar (Virginia Stage Company Internship); Chaos in the House (Williamsburg Theater); and Lady in Purple in For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuf (Hodges Theater)
New Media Credits: When An Actor Gets Bored (YouTube Series), Dollar Tree International, and Thomas Nelson Community College Online.
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Actress Brittney S. Harris
Brittney was accepted into the
Master of Fine Arts in Acting Program at the
University of Georgia!
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Starring as Ofc. LaTia Britton (Series Regular), Precinct 757 features a special unit of detectives and street cops are tasked with chasing down Hampton Roads' worst criminals.