Brittany began her booking career as the Comic Segment Producer at The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson. She was honored to learn the art of booking comedy from the great Peter Lassally. It was dream come true to book stand-up comedians on late-night TV and not only give comedians their first television opportunity, but to also help them craft their sets for a late-night audience.
Brittany then went on to book for Why with Hannibal Buress (Comedy Central) where she not only helped cast the written sketches but also booked the talent for the live shows including the musical guests. She was able to secure guests such as Amy Schumer, Lupe Fiasco, Thundercat, Open Mike Eagle, and Flying Lotus.
Brittany started working at 16 Mile Talent as the in-house booker for Hollywood Today Live, a daily talk show on Fox hosted by Ross Mathews and Garcelle Beauvais. She booked many guests there such as Tiffany Haddish, Melissa Etheridge, RuPaul, Ken Jeong, Kelly Rowland and Sarah Michelle Gellar and helped to book guest hosts for the show including Arsenio Hall, Dr. Drew Pinksy, Eric Benet, Joey Fatone, Lance Bass, Terrence J and Scott Wolf.
After 6 months, Brittany brought the Earwolf Podcast Network as a client to 16 Mile Talent. She has really enjoyed booking for podcasts such as Comedy Bang Bang, With Special Guest Lauren Lapkus, Throwing Shade, Homophilia, How To Be Less Old and, a personal favorite of hers, Denzel Washington is The Greatest Actor of All Time Period!! She has booked tons of talent for Earwolf such as Neil Patrick Harris, Lena Waithe, Adam Scott, Craig Robinson, John Early, Rob Huebel, Jenna Fischer, Maria Bamford and Natasha Leggero.
Currently, Brittany serves as the in-house Talent Producer for The IMDb Show. So far on the show they have featured Denzel Washington, Paul Scheer, Chris Sullivan, Rachel Bloom, Jesse Plemons, Ellen Page, Winston Duke, Olivia Cooke, Judd Apatow, Patton Oswalt and Lucy Hale. She also booked the 2018 Oscars Red Carpet for IMDb and helped secure interviews with Ashley Judd, Mira Sorvino, Daniel Kaluuya, Kumail Nanjiani, Miguel, and Whoopi Goldberg.
Brittany attended Emerson College where she received a BA in Visual and Media Arts with a focus in Television Production. Go Sox! Originally from Arizona, she is also an identical twin and has a guilty pleasure for reality TV and frequently attends stand-up comedy shows in LA.