Actress, Vocalist, Comedienne and Voice Over Talent, Oakland native Bre'ly Evans is the epitome of what the industry dubs a triple threat. Her versatility puts her in a class of her own, whether she's making you cry in a drama, buckle over with laughter in a comedy or challenging your wit and intellect with thought provoking discussions as a radio personality.
With a hosts of film, theater and commercial work under her belt, Bre'ly has most recently been spotted opposite Oscar Award nominee and media mogul Queen Latifah, as "Sabrina", in the romantic comedy "Just Wright," starring Common, Paula Patton, Pam Grier and Phylicia Rashad.
Bre'ly Evans' silver screen debut in the role of "Sabrina" was expanded as a result of her comedic timing and ability to bring unexpected life to her character. This same power packed persona has afforded her an opportunity to star in the remake of "Sparkle" playing "Tune Ann", best friend to lead actress Jordin Sparks. The film is produced by Debra Martin-Chase.
Bre'ly Evans' talent is showcased alongside an all-star cast which includes the legendary Whitney Houston, comedian Mike Epps, Tyler Perry?s "Meet the Browns" Tamela Mann, Tika Sumpter, Derek Luke and Omari Hardwick. "Sparkle" is the most anticipated big screen musical since the Oscar nominated film "Dream Girls".
Prior to starting her television and film career, this songbird was the sultry alto/tenor of R&B trio "Emage", signed to Mercury/PolyGram by Black Sheep founder Dres and then A&R executive Lisa Cortes, (executive producer, Monster's Ball; Precious, based on the Novel ‘Push' by Sapphire). Bre'ly's talent has been commanding attention since the 90's. Her faith, drive, and commitment to excellence continue to reward her with career opportunities, both of her own making (She's a bonafide online star thanks to "The Bre'ly Show," her sketch comedy web series) and because her multi-dimensional talent is constantly in demand.
Bre'ly's love for music, acting and live performance landed her the lead role in "Torn Between the Two" a gospel stage play where she played Shante Campbell" daughter to Shirley Murdock who plays her mother. Her next three projects are also buzzworthy, "Tracks," is positioned to be HBO's next big series. In the program she plays the role of Ma, a formidable female Don in the human hair trade; "He's Mine Not Yours", a film coming to BET in December 2012, and "The Cookout 2? where she stars as "NeyNey LaFonk" in the project executive produced by Queen Latifah and starring Charlie Murphy.
With a host of nationally syndicated commercials for numerous brands under her belt this friendly-faced girl next door is sure to sell "snow to Eskimos".