Brooke Gantt’s exquisite looks first gained substantial notice at thirteen years of age while on vacation with her family in Virginia Beach. A talent scout from the Women Modeling Agency discovered her abundant potential. Brooke worked several modeling jobs during high school that helped her develop her polished and confident style.
After finishing high school in Baltimore, Brooke made the bold decision to move to New York City for a more strategic pursuit of better exposure. The pay off was immediate. A scout from Wilhelmina recruited Brooke on the Manhattan streets.
Brooke’s focus and consistency has led to working on TV commercials, Videos, Catalogs, Campaigns, Runways, TV appearances and Print.
Brooke effortlessly gives us a multi-dimensional artist that shows considerable talents in modeling, acting, and writing. Secret Chronicles of a Fashion Model: The Fugitive’s Girlfriend is her first novel. She also wrote, produced and directed a play called "Do Video Girls Have All the Fun? The play is about the fashion world geared towards helping teens with self esteem.
Brooke is grounded mentally, physically, and spiritually. She keeps the preservation of these principles a top priority. The possibilities for Brooke’s career seem boundless…
Brooke Gantt…an exceptional entertainer with endless potential!
Brooke's Achievements: Print: Seventeen, Glamour, Allure Magazines, Coca-Cola, DKNY Runway: Versace, Tommy Hilfiger, Neiman Marcus, Dolce & Gabanna, John Paul Gautier Commercial: Target, Levi’s, Macy’s Video: Maxwell, Nas, Lenny Kravitz Television & Movie: Law & Order, The View, The Today’s Show, Sex and the City 2