Display actress who played a significant part in the passionate comedy She’s the person. The following yr she made an appearance in Whatever Lola Desires. She obtained an audition while operating like a waitress inside a cafe on Sunset Boulevard. She came out in an bout of AMC’s smash strike, Mad Males, in 2008. She dated acting professional Brian Geraghty from 2009 to 2010. She produced her film debut in Lords of Dogtown, that was aimed by Catherine Hardwicke.
Movies She's the Man, The Ruins, The Covenant, Middle Men, Are You Here, Pulling Strings, No One Lives, Kill the Irishman, Lords of Dogtown, The Real Cancun, Somewhere, Whatever Lola Wants, Hirokin, Awful Nice, Cruel World, Street, Venom, Where the Road Meets the Sun, Shrink, Inside Out, Estranged, The Sixth Gun
TV Shows Hindsight, My Generation, The Days
Star Sign Scorpio
Discovered by a talent agent, while working as a waitress on Sunset Boulevard in December 2002, where she was cast in the reality documentary, The Real Cancun (2003).
Graduated from Laconia High School in Rosendale, Wisconsin in 2001.
Becca / Becca Brady / Rebecca Maeve
Are You Here
The Sixth Gun
No One Lives
Hirokin: The Last Samurai
1 Out of 7
Where the Road Meets the Sun
Kill the Irishman
Naked Blonde with Sailor Cap
Whatever Lola Wants
She's the Man
Lords of Dogtown
Breaking the Silence: Exposing the Covenant
Video documentary short
13th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards
The Real Cancun
Award shared with
Fright Meter Award
Fright Meter Awards
Best Supporting Actress
The Ruins (2008)
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