Brigit Comeau is originally from a small town in New Hampshire. She fell in love with acting and music at a young age, performing in elementary school plays and musicals. Brigit and her brother also created short films with fictional characters after school; he directed and she played all the characters. She continued to perform in plays in high school and knew she didn’t want to stop when she got accepted to UC Berkeley.

During her freshman year at Berkeley, she took her first acting class, which confirmed what she already knew:  that acting was what she wanted to do for the rest of her life. She was inspired by her hardworking and passionate peers and her teachers that emphasized the importance of social change through the performing arts. In college, she acted in seasonal plays, some of which included Springtime by María Irene Fornés, The Arsonists by Max Frisch, and Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare. She trained in the Stanislavski Method and studied Shakespeare in her technical acting classes at Berkeley led by her incredible professors from The American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco.

She graduated in May 2021 and went on to pursue her love of acting and music in Los Angeles, California. There, she was cast in Delusion-Reaper’s Remorse by Jon Braver, an immersive horror theater experience. She has done commercial work and small independent film projects.

Brigit continues to train in acting and takes improvisation and weekly Meisner acting classes. She auditions for various acting roles and aims to expand into film and TV work