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Meet Bricine Brown

Today we’d like to introduce you to Bricine Brown.

Bricine, please share your story with us. How did you get to where you are today?
I started in the entertainment industry as a kid honestly, my mother was a singer. I guess I picked up the traits and started singing at about 7 or 8 and many kids would tease me saying I didn’t sing well etc. which led to chorus and school plays. After school and many years passing it hit me again in college so I majored in theater and film studies.

As for myself, I would say this journey began in 2014 thats when I started to truly pursue this as a professional and really dedicating time, energy and investing my passion into what I see now as the calling on my life. I started out doing extra, background, and stand-in work which gave me an insurmountable amount of set experience, etiquette and increased my love for the film industry. I was blessed to run off screen dialogue with various actors and actresses like ie: (Gabrielle Union, Ansel Elgort, T.I. Jamie Foxx) that actually gave me feedback and guidance to assist in me developing and internalizing my craft. That was the beginning of my preparation meeting opportunity.

Has it been a smooth road?
It hasn’t been a smooth process, by far, however my mother and grandmothers always taught me that anything worth having there will be a great deal of work required. They would say son, if it comes easy, there will be a price you may be unwilling to pay someday, so stand for something or you’ll fall for anything and embrace the struggle. One of my greatest challenges was learning to balance my time with building my career, training for the growth and development of my career, funding my dreams and having a life simultaneously. Another was acknowledging that everyone isn’t your friend, just because you have history, and want them to be there and apart of it all doesn’t mean it’s apart of your destiny for it to be so. I had to learn to let go to grow. This journey has taught me so much about the reality of people. Many want what they see and aren’t willing to put in the hard work, dedication, finances, and developing the self-discipline it takes to get there. I too had to catch my self and convict myself internally and say look my dude you say you want this but you’re not acting like it. How dare you say you want it or deserve it; A persons work ethic is a solid depiction of what they visualize internally and expect to receive externally.

We’d love to hear more about your work and what you are currently focused on. What else should we know?
I’m a full-time actor, singer, songwriter, scriptwriter, and director. I’m known for the positive energy, creativity, professional etiquette with wild rambunctiousness. I’m most proud at this moment that I’ve gotten back into the studio to drop a new single this year. I have deemed 2020 to be the year that I began to showcase all of the talents I’ve been blessed with. I feel that we’re gifted by the creator to create and utilize our mediums to change the world. Things I feel set me apart are My Life Principles which are God, Family, Craft which leads to my motto to change the world even if it’s just one person at a time. I’m a firm believer that lives are dependent on your success, and that everyone has a story to tell. It’s your life purpose and duty to be successful by utilizing your mediums in your realm of influence as a platform to tell that story to enhance and fertilize those lives to implement the change we seek.

Is our city a good place to do what you do?
I love LA, it’s a home away from home. However, as most are aware I’m bicoastal so I travel wherever the work takes me, even transatlantic adventures. For anyone starting out build your foundation where you are. I”m a firm believer of network=net worth. Don’t just build relationships without cultivating them, even though you may not see each other often every few months or so shoot a text or hey how are things lets grab lunch. In today’s time, you have to not only be proactive in your industry but in relationships, yes a friendship be it business or personal is a relationship. Social Media has made it easy to correspond with others behind a screen, however in the entertainment business that doesn’t work. Be social the old school way, while staying proficient in today’s standard as well. In other word yes, LA is a great place of course to begin your career, there’s so many training opportunities there and individuals that fully submerge themselves in the craft daily.

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Edgar Wright, Zach Veatch, Brian Jones, and Jessica King

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