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Brytni Sarpy is an actress, humanitarian, writer, and self love advocate. She grew up in Southern California and became interested in acting after playing a witch in a high school performance of the Scottish play. Having completed her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Acting at the University of California Santa Barbara, Brytni was cast in numerous main stage and local productions, earning acclaim for both her comedic sensibilities and dramatic range.
Her notable theater background includes co-starring as Hero in Shakespeare Santa Barbara's "Much Ado About Nothing," where the Santa Barbara Independent hailed her "graceful portrayal of the wronged bride"; originating the role of Beth in Barbara LeBow's original production "Plumfield, Iraq"; and as beleaguered Joan Helford in J.B. Priestley's "Time and the Conways," a supporting role that earned her kudos for her "nuance and gusto" (Santa Barbara Independent).She is also a trained dancer, and has studied in workshops with Bill Irwin, Sage Parker, and director Tina Landau.
Brytni is best known for playing Valerie Spencer on ABC's General Hospital. Her other recent credits include starring in SyFy's Truth or Dare, which made its film festival debut at the inaugural Mammoth Film Festival this past February. She recently attended Sundance Film Festival for her work in A Boy. A Girl. A Dream: Love on Election Night. Brytni also just completed Karma, premiering this Fall on SyFy.
Brytni's most notable commercial and print work includes: Bank of America, Nike, Nike Running, Adidas, Fabletics, Yahoo, AT&T, Intel, New Balance, Famous Footwear, Five Star and Hewlett Packard. With ad-campaigns for "A sweet touch of hope" for the American Cancer Society, the Simon Youth Foundation, Seventeen magazines "stop bullying" campaign, and Susan G. Komen's Breast Cancer Awareness with brands, New Balance and Rastaclat.
Brytni cares as much about her craft as she does about setting an example for the youth and being a positive contribution to society. She volunteers with Art of Elysium, The Do Good Bus, The Nautica Malibu Triathlon, Habitat for Humanity, Operation Blankets of love, and Beautify Earth.
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