An uncompromising artist who is unafraid to address society's most controversial issues, Bree Webber is rapidly emerging as a vitally important voice for her generation. Bree's career in entertainment started in the local youth theatre in her native Detroit. She quickly learned the intersection between entertainment and activism, and often spent her holidays performing for the elderly, homeless, and at-risk youths. She went on to earn her BA from The University of Southern California's School of Dramatic Arts, as well as her MFA from the University of Southern California's School of Cinematic Arts.
She immediately made a name for herself with an impressive resume of appearances including the female lead in the romantic comedy short, Little Bobby Conners, directed by Martina Lee during the COVID-19 global pandemic, The BSU, an Issa Rae Production, a supporting role in the Golden Globes and Emmy-nominated Netflix/CBS Studios series, UNBELIEVABLE, and a recurring role on the long-running OWN series, THE HAVES AND THE HAVE NOTS by Tyler Perry Studios.