Brooke Sweeney is a New York based actor, comedian, and vocalist.
She recently graduated with a bachelor's degree in Psychology from Harvard College. Beyond Harvard, Brooke is also a proud alumna of other programs including: The Second City's Comedy Studies, Atlantic Acting School's Summer Intensive, and The American Theatre Wing's SpringboardNYC.
She just returned to NYC after starring as Emma Greenway in the stage adaptation of the iconic film Terms of Endearment. The New England premiere production at Theatre Workshop of Nantucket also starred Emmy Award-winner John Shea and actor Ellie Cornell.
In 2017, Brooke was honored to make her Off-Broadway debut as Penelope Square in the Off-Broadway Alliance Award-winning New York premiere of Polkadots: The Cool Kids Musical at the Atlantic Theater Company. Other favorite credits include Kate Monster/Lucy T. Slut in Avenue Q, Mrs. Clackett/Dotty Otley in Noises Off, and Marcy in Dogfight.
In her spare time, Brooke enjoys endlessly rewatching "The Office," snowboarding, boxing, writing music, reminiscing about how she used to play soccer, and buying lots of aesthetically pleasing journals/stationary that she intends to use but never does.