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Bren recently relocated to her native Massachusetts after several years in Dublin where she is best known as Cassandra in the Irish National TV series Fair City. Bren has performed in theaters across the United States, Ireland and the U.K. Productions include Lynn Nottage’s world premiere of Las Meninas (San Jose Repertory Theatre), the premiere of The Robb’d That Smiled (Dublin Fringe Festival/Old Museum Arts Theater, Belfast), The Comedy of Errors (Tricycle Theatre in London), Othello (American Conservatory Theater,) and most recently The Theory of Seduction at the Apollinaire Theatre, Chelsea. Among her film and TV credits include ABC’s "Sports Night", Paramount’s "Dead Man on Campus" and most recently Apple TV’s "Defending Jacob". Bren was a morning news reporter for KPFK in Los Angeles and has performed in numerous voiceover commercials. She is a long standing member of AEA & SAG-AFTRA and she holds her M.F.A. in Acting from the American Conservatory Theater.
As working a actor Bren is delighted to bring together her theater and business education and experience to provide a truly unique coaching and learning arena and she looks forward to personally welcoming you to the Studio one day soon!
"For me, teaching is a passion; I'm a target-driven coach combining diligence, energy, creative problem solving, and relentless dedication with a proven success record in communication development and skills. I live and breathe it. Since 1996, I’ve provided corporate executives, ESL students and actors extensive private & group teaching services in a number of different fields all related through the combination of acting techniques and corporate learning and development tools. I take pride in teaching people who are eager to expand their minds, talents and skills, and I bring a depth of professional expertise to those who strive to excel."
Private & group classes to improve areas of all speech emergence offering confidence building and practice which achieve winning results.
Results that last.
Because communication matters.