Brianne Gould is a native of New Orleans, Louisiana. However at the age of
pre-teen she, along with her two brothers and mother moved to Atlanta, Georgia where
Brianne later attended high school. In high school Brianne was found participating in
pageants, student council and Skills U.S.A.
Gould had her mind set on attending SCAD in Atlanta, Ga. to study Fashion
Design/Marketing and attending cosmetology school part time. Yet, she could not
ignore her love and passion for acting. A senior, in her last semester of high school
decided that she would pursue acting as a full time career. Her talent was not ignored
for long; six months after graduating Brianne Gould landed her debut acting role on
Tyler Perry’s “Meet the Browns” where she was the original Brianna Ortis, the sassy
foster kid. She later appeared in the Lifetime Movie “The Wronged Man” in the role
of a teenage girl who goes by the name of Keisha. This time around be sure to visit
the theaters on Friday, February 18, 2011, Brianne will appear in Big Momma’s: Like
Father Like Son. (Starring Martin Lawrence and Brandon T. Jackson)
Brianne Is currently promoting her New Monologue Book Series; which
includes two books, “For the Actor in You” and “The Things Kids Say.” She
was inspired to write from experience and imagination Brianne self-published her series in
December of 2010. She currently teaches an acting workshop in Atlanta where she
describes her series as her condensed, yet just as hearty version of Chicken Soup for
the Soul. An overall good read of short stories. Brianne’s career is continually blossoming from hosting fashion shows, educational events, Sweet Sixteen's, and special events.
Brianne keeps busy as she enjoys being a role model for teens. She has become passionate about giving back to communities in both New Orleans, La and Atlanta,Ga. She spends endless hours attending seminars and speaking with youth about teen issues and the perils of peer pressure. Lovingly her friends call her Dr. Philecia (Dr. Phil) because they can go to her for the latest fashion tips, pageant coaching, runway style, advice on peer pressure, etc. Brianne believes what the bible says about her, that she is fearfully and wonderfully made! She also aspires to be an activist for youth in urban communities with a goal of empowering them to pursue and live their dreams.