Brooke Anne Smith

Brooke Anne Smith

BornMarch 25, 1984
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Brooke Anne Smith is an American actress who was born on March 25, 1984. Brooke Anne Smith's recent filmography includes the movies Mischief Night (2014) and Blast Vegas (2013). Brooke Anne Smith's recent TV appearances include Too Close to Home and Cold Case. Brooke Anne Smith's Instagram account (@brookeannesmith) keeps a low profile with around 6,200 followers. Her recent posts to Instagram have gotten around 200 likes each.

Brooke Anne Smith Movies

TitleCreditYear
Mischief Night
Mischief Night
  • Kaylie
2014
Blast Vegas
Blast Vegas
  • Actor
2013
Max Keeble's Big Move
Max Keeble's Big Move
  • Jenna
2001
Love (My Name Is Love)
Love (My Name Is Love)
  • Amber
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As of 2018, Brooke Anne Smith has appeared in about 4 movies. Some of the most recent Brooke Anne Smith movies include Mischief Night, Blast Vegas, and Max Keeble's Big Move. Mischief Night, released in 2014, featured Brooke Anne Smith as Kaylie. Blast Vegas was released in 2013. Max Keeble's Big Move, released in 2001, featured Brooke Anne Smith as Jenna.

Brooke Anne Smith TV Shows

TitleCreditYear
Too Close to Home
Too Close to Home
  • Shelby
  • 2017
  • 2016
Cold Case
Cold Case
  • Claire
  • 2005
Malcolm in the Middle
Malcolm in the Middle
  • Tracy
  • 2001
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As of 2018, Brooke Anne Smith has appeared on about 3 TV shows. Some of the most recent Brooke Anne Smith TV appearances include Too Close to Home, Cold Case, and Malcolm in the Middle. Too Close to Home featured Brooke Anne Smith as Shelby in 2017. In 2005, she played Claire on Cold Case and, on Malcolm in the Middle, she played Tracy in 2001.

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Whether it is the fight to end child marriage in Africa, or demands for equal pay, or teaching other women to love their bodies regardless of shape, color or size, females across the globe are working to empower their sisters.

To celebrate Friday's International Women's Day, CNN has been chatting with some women warriors to see how barriers are being broken and stereotypes are being shattered.

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, the first leader of a country to take maternity leave, says she hopes to empower women by being "both a prime minister and a mother." For former US Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, being the first takes courage, a quality she hopes to instill in younger generations. "I empower women to have confidence in themselves and work hard," she tells CNN.

CNN's Christiane Amanpour says she empowers women everyday "by pushing for equal pay for equal play, by trying to represent women and girls equally on my program and by trying to show girls and boys that we must all be feminists because 'feminism' and 'feminist' only means 'equality' and 'equal.'" Rebeca Gyumi, the 2018 recipient of the United Nations Human Rights Prize, is "advocating for girls' rights to education." Three years ago she petitioned the Tanzanian government to raise the age of child marriage for girls from 14 to 18. She won. (Story CNN’s Melissa Mahtani) 📷: CNN -
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Repost @mdfinstrumentsBrooke Anne Smith Instagram: Whether it is the fight to end child marriage in Africa, or demands for equal pay, or teaching other women to love their bodies regardless of shape, color or size, females across the globe are working to empower their sisters. To celebrate Friday's International Women's Day, CNN has been chatting with some women warriors to see how barriers are being broken and stereotypes are being shattered. New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, the first leader of a country to take maternity leave, says she hopes to empower women by being "both a prime minister and a mother." For former US Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, being the first takes courage, a quality she hopes to instill in younger generations. "I empower women to have confidence in themselves and work hard," she tells CNN. CNN's Christiane Amanpour says she empowers women everyday "by pushing for equal pay for equal play, by trying to represent women and girls equally on my program and by trying to show girls and boys that we must all be feminists because 'feminism' and 'feminist' only means 'equality' and 'equal.'" Rebeca Gyumi, the 2018 recipient of the United Nations Human Rights Prize, is "advocating for girls' rights to education." Three years ago she petitioned the Tanzanian government to raise the age of child marriage for girls from 14 to 18. She won. (Story CNN’s Melissa Mahtani) 📷: CNN - . #CraftingWellness #Empower #Protect #Fight #Equality #InternationalWomensDay #InternationalWomensDay2019 #BalanceForBetter #HumanRigjts #WomensRights #WomenEmpowerment #SupportEachOther #EqualityForAll #FightOn #KeepFighting Repost @mdfinstruments
Blue jean baby, L.A. lady,
Seamstress for the band.
Pretty eyes, Pirate smile,
You’ll marry a music man.
Ballerina, 
You must have seen her,
Dancing in the sand.
And now she’s in me, always with me,
Tiny dancer In my hands.Brooke Anne Smith Instagram: Blue jean baby, L.A. lady, Seamstress for the band. Pretty eyes, Pirate smile, You’ll marry a music man. Ballerina, You must have seen her, Dancing in the sand. And now she’s in me, always with me, Tiny dancer In my hands.
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