Brooklyn Wittmer is an American actress and singer who is famous for her roles as ‘Camper’ in the Netflix film, A Week Away (2020), and ‘Adriana’ in the film, Don’t Say My Name (2020).
Brooklyn Wittmer was born on Thursday, September 5, 1996 (age 23 years; as in 2019), in Washington, Indiana. Her zodiac sign is Virgo.
She did her schooling from Barr-Reeve High School, Indiana. She was also a part of the choir group of the school. She studied acting from The Bloomington Academy of Film and Theatre, Indiana, and also took private acting lessons from Amy Reece Studio. Apart from acting, she has been trained in piano by Roselyn Grubbs & Carolyn Pratt, and vocal lessons from Lindsey Walton.
Heyman Talent – Artist Profile Height: 5’ 2”
Eye Color: Hazel
Hair Color: Brown
Family & Ethnicity
Brooklyn Wittmer is of European Descent. She follows Christianity.
She was born to Steve and Sharon Wittmer. She has a sister, Bethany Wittmer.
She has a younger brother named Jenson Wittmer.
Brooklyn made her theater debut with the play, Promise, as a part of the ensemble/choir. Later, she landed in a lead role in the play, The Nativity. She made her film debut with the film, A Week Away (2020) in the role of ‘Camper.’
In the same year, she also acted in the film, Don’t Say My Name (2020) as ‘Adriana.’ She has also acted in the documentary ‘Kings of Indiana’ as ‘Cheerleaders.’ She has acted in the commercials for Kentucky Farm Bureau, AEP Future of Energy, Echoes of an Ancient Past, and Run. Hide. Fight.® at Indiana University.
Talking about her singing career, she has sung with ‘Solid Rock Band’ for two years in many events and has also sung with the American Idol Alum Shaun Canon in Save The Music Concert. She is a vocalist and pianist in the band, Barefoot Sundays.
- She likes bike riding, ice skating, dancing, and playing the ukulele.
- In February 2015, Brooklyn was named Barr Reeve’s Homecoming Queen before the start of Saturday night’s game with Evansville Harrison on Kavanaugh Court, Ireland.
- She is an avid dog lover and owns a pet dog named Milo.
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