Simone Brazzini

Simone Brazzini is an actor/creator born in Lima, Peru and raised in Dallas, Texas. They moved to Chicago to pursue a BFA in Acting and a minor in Film Production from DePaul University. Simone is a founding member of Spectrum Shakespeare, a theatre company dedicated to one on one devised performances for autistic individuals. Recent regional credits: Luciérnagas (National Queer Theatre), Sapience (San Diego Rep), and (trans)formanada (Stages) directed by Virginia Grise. Select Theatre School credits: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time (Christopher), How to Clean Your Room (and remember all your trauma) (Spencer), Polaroid Stories (Echo), and Tall Enough (Asia) at the Merle Reskin. Other than acting, Simone loves rock climbing, hiking, writing poetry, creating music and making films. They are also passionate about inclusion in media. Simone believes that art and media need to reflect our current society when it comes to queer, bipoc, and neurodiverse representation.

Location Chicago
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Height 5'4"
Hair Dark Brown
Eyes Brown