Nine year old British actress Summer Kimpton-Brown headed to Hollywood

Little cutie-Summer Kimpton=Brown

Little cutie-Summer Kimpton=Brown

Having manifested her immense talent through her performances in various musicals such as: Annie in the musical of the same name, Kendra in 13 The Musical, Cosette in Les Mis, Lucy Pevensie in The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe, Jane in Mary Poppins, and Verucca in Charlie and The Chocolate Factory, the 9-year-old Summer Kimpton-Brown convinced her mother to call London’s Celebrity Talent Academy so she may enter into films and TV.

While auditioning at the academy it didn’t come as a surprise when she, rife with confidence, said all her lines without needing the paper. After being trained in a number of acting lessons, Summer had the opportunity to travel to America where she got introduced to several US acting agents through Talent INC. Through their support she acquired a number of prospective projects to work on in New York and LA.

More recently Summer has acted on the pilot episode of part comedy, part drama ‘Ramm’, a role which has been her favorite so far. As for her upcoming projects, she is highly optimistic about her future performance in the TV series ‘The Good Guys Club’ currently in pre-production to be aired in 2015.

Summer gets her acting inspiration from the performances of Angelina Jolie and Kick-Ass star Chloe Grace Moretz, and wants to imbibe their flair and versatility into her own work, but most importantly she keeps thanking her mother, who has been supportive from the very beginning.

In addition to her suggestion of improvising whenever the situation calls for it and to totally “be yourself” when acting, she also says “Be confident and enjoy your work, you’ll rise and shine”, when addressing all new comers.

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