Brennen Scott Cooper
Brennen Scott Cooper is an American Actor, Dancer, Model and Social Media Influencer. Originally from Warren Pennsylvania, Cooper started acting at age 8. By high school he had already appeared in more than twenty musical and dramatic works including professional theatre credits with Bucks County Playhouse and The Lucille Ball Little Theatre of Jamestown NY. Upon graduating high school Cooper spent a summer studying classical Shakespeare in Stratford Canada at The Birmingham Conservatory for Dramatic Arts and enrolled in Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania with a concentration in Acting & Dance, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Acting & a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Dance in 2012. His first modeling experience was at age eighteen when he started modeling for American clothing brand Abercrombie and Fitch. Cooper also studied acting at The London School of Musical Theatre in London, UK and dance at Point Park University of Pittsburgh. He moved to New York City in 2013 and was quickly signed to multiple agencies for acting, modeling and commercial dance. He has appeared in modeling ad-campaigns for New Balance, H&M, Zappos and Cole Haan. He was a featured back up dancer for Magic Mike star Channing Tatum and performed off-Broadway in the original cast of "Press Play." His acting credits include featured background roles on TV shows such as "The Carrie Diaries" "The Following" & "Law & Order" which earned him his credits to become a member of the Screen Actors Guild. He also worked directly with Ryan Murphy featured in HBO's "The Normal Heart." In 2022 Cooper became widely popular on the social media app TikTok with videos reaching over 1 Million views and his audience continues to grow daily. He also continues to model professionally and works in talent development helping other aspiring actors and models get started in the entertainment industry.
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