About Me...

My name is Brooke Alexa Best, I am twenty-five years of age, and I am an actress!
I discovered my passion for stage and film acting through my first chosen creative outlet: DANCE. I have been dancing since I was grown enough to take my first steps. The dance environment has provided me with invaluable training that has molded me into the hard-working professional that I am today. My home dance studio, Thrive Dance Center, also introduced acting and vocal classes at the start of my freshman year of high school in 2012, and that was it! The start of it all...

      When I started at Pace University in the summer of '16, I was finally able to experience the very real world of acting, dancing, and singing. From Broadway stage plays and musicals, to the Radio City Rockettes and so much more, my head and heart knew this was the world I needed to be a part of. In 2017, I returned home to California to accept a full-time teaching position at Thrive Dance Center. I have since been teaching kids in all styles of dance, including musical theater, acting, and voice classes, over the many passing school years. In the fall of 2019, I started at New York Film Academy in their acting for film program, and had the opportunity to learn from so many amazing instructors. I got my first paying job that same year, and have been a working actress ever since. There is just the faintest irony in that, however, considering a global pandemic was creeping up into the following year...

        In the fall of 2022, I joined the Theatre 68 Company in NoHo! This is where I finally felt I had the space to be honest with myself on how I chose to approach material, as well as becoming comfortable collaborating with other working actors. I felt myself grow into my adult acting skin throughout the months I spent in the company. I currently reside in Oxnard with my partner and our puppy, working with kiddos Monday through Saturday. These kids ARE the future, and being apart of their daily lives is how I am able to do my part in securing that future be a much, much brighter one...