Brittany Portman is an American writer and producer, with a strong background in acting and singing.

Born in Atlanta, Georgia, Portman’s love for New York and the theater scene began at age six, right after seeing “Annie” on Broadway. She immediately decided she wanted to be an actress. Her parents enrolled her in singing, dancing and acting classes, and Portman made her debut in the Actor's Equity performance of “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” at the Fox in Atlanta. She has performed in productions of “Casper,” starring Chita Rivera, “High School Musical,” “Jesus Christ Superstar,” “The Wizard of Oz,” and “Beauty and the Beast,” and appeared in three national tours of “Annie” and the national tour of “The Sound of Music.”

Portman’s television appearances include, “CBS Today,” “The Education of Max Bickford,” “One Life to Live,” “The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade,” and “Macy’s 100 Year Celebration Extravaganza,” where she sang with Judy Kaye. Her film credits include, “Stuart Little 2,” “Cody the Robosapian” and “Bratz.”

These days, Portman has stepped behind the camera, having developed a passion for creating, writing and producing. After earning her degree in Film Studies from the prestigious Barnard College, Portman began working on small projects and short films, including the Tribeca Film Festival short, “Building a Relationship.” From there, she wrote and produced the web series, “Hooked,” which brought her numerous festival awards, including the most recent, the Atlanta Screenplay Awards. With an incredible team by her side, Portman is focusing all her energy into making “Hooked,” the next big tv-show. She has joined forces with Director of “Hooked,” Anthony Patellis, creating BRITTONY PRODUCTIONS, and this is their first project together. More projects are in work.
In her spare time, Portman loves Broadway shows, tap dancing, singing, and she still occasionally takes acting classes. To learn more about her work, check out her website: and find her on Twitter and Instagram as @BrittanyJPortman.
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