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Sixteen-year old actress/singer/songwriter BRIE LARSON most recently starred (and earned a Young Artists Award nomination) in MGM's Sleepover as a "bad girl” who likes to intimidate Alexa Vega and her friends. She also had a cameo role in Sony's 13 Going on 30, starring as one of the popular girls out to make Jenna Rink's life as unpleasant as possible.

Brie became a proven triple threat when Universal/Casablanca signed her to a record deal to be overseen by recording impresario Tommy Mottola. She released her first single "She Said” with the debut of her first album, "Finally Out of P.E.,” released in the Fall of 2005. She recently opened for Jesse McCartney on a nationwide tour, followed up that triumph as a headliner with the "Teen People” tour in the summer of 2005, and was one of the performers at the 2005 Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City.

On the small screen, Brie starred in the Disney Channel's original movie "Right On Track,” based on the true life story of the Ender sisters who were drag race champions. She also starred as Bob Saget's daughter ‘Emily' on the WB's "Raising Dad” (with several episodes directed by Wil Shriner), for which she collected her first Young Artists nomination as Leading Young Actress. Additional TV roles include "Popular,” "It's A Miracle,” "Then Came You,” "Hope & Faith” and "Touched by an Angel.”

At six years old, the Sacramento native started at the American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco. Relocating to Los Angeles soon thereafter, she landed an agent and her first professional job in guest spots on NBC's "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.” She next co-starred on the pilot for the FOX-TV sitcom, "Schimmel,” based on the comedy of standup star Robert Schimmel. While working on the WB's "Raising Dad,” she bought her first guitar and began dabbling in songwriting, which ultimately led to a contract with Universal/Casablanca Records.


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