Brandi just wrapped a recurring role on CW's The Winchesters, which is currently airing. She most recently appeared as Kimberley Foster on City on a Hill this past Fall on Showtime. She's also been seen the past several years as revolutionary activist Bonnie Kaplow on CBS's Bull, as mob attorney Renee Swisher on NBC's Law & Order: Organized Crime, and as architecture professor Amanda Green on Jerry Bruckheimer's NBC show Council of Dads. She's previously appeared as Press Secretary Kelly Grace on CBS's NCIS: New Orleans, as Juliette Lewis’ sister, Colonel Gwen Anderson, on ABC’s Secrets & Lies and on popular French tv showTaxi Brooklyn which later aired on NBC. She also co-starred as Jim Belushi’s wife opposite Katherine Heigl in SONY Pictures dark comedy Home Sweet Hell and in the UCB comedy Bert & Arnie’s Guide to Friendship.
Onstage in NYC, Brandi has performed at The Public, The Signature and The Lucille Lortel in The 24-Hour Plays alongside Alan Arkin, Marcia Gay Harden, Tim Daly and Peter Dinklage and in readings at MTC, Playwrights Horizons, New York Theatre Workshop, Primary Stages, LABrynth and The Cherry Lane. In the last three years, she's played Titania in Midsummer Night’s Dream, Olivia in Twelfth Night, Queen Gertrude in Hamlet and Rosalind in As You Like It at the Theatre at Woodshill. Upcoming roles include Lady MacBeth, Queen Elizabeth in RIII and Queen Kate Parr in The Last Wife at Wellesley Rep. Her character voices have been heard in animated cartoons for Disney’s Strawberry Shortcake and Nickelodeon’s Dora the Explorer.
Brandi continues to study with acting legends Larry Moss and Patsy Rodenberg, loves getting her hands dirty farming and tinkering with her 1971 British racing car and dedicates time to non-profits like V-Day, RESTORE and Generation Rwanda which sponsor university education for orphans of genocide/AIDS and combat sex trafficking, FGM and violence against women across the globe.