Born and raised in Northern California, Bree came to Southern California to attend UCLA and to actively pursue her life long love of dance and acting. She also studied abroad at King's College in London. Quickly making a name for herself in Hollywood, she recently graced the big screen as the ultimate sorority girl in Touchstone Picture's Sorority Boys (2002) with Barry Watson and Harland Williams. On the small screen, Bree kicked off the 2002 season of ABC's "Spin City" (1996) in her recurring role as Charlie Sheen's new, younger, love interest. The 2002 Sundance Film Festival considered it a Short Subject but in this mockumentary, Bree's character, the understanding girlfriend, finds that for her boyfriend ("Corky Romano's" Roger Fan) Quest for Length, The (2002) is anything but. Bree can also be seen in Columbia's hit movie Wedding Planner, The (2001) opposite Jennifer Lopez and Matthew McConaughey and co-starred with Rob Schneider in the ever-popular Disney movie, Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo (1999), produced by Adam Sandler.
Bree has completed production on several new independent projects, including Whacked! (2002) with Patrick Muldoon and Judge Reinhold; _Meyerson's, The (2001)_ starring Dan Hedaya and 'Leslie Ann Warren' ; Jungle Juice (2001) with Christopher Walken; Piece of My Heart, A (2002)with 'Piper Peraboo' ; _Sure Thing Effect, The (2002)_ and the recent Artisan release of Backyard Dogs (2000).
Bree has a strong background in dance and can be seen in the opening title sequence of My Best Friend's Wedding (1997) and the feature films She's All That (1999), _Dance With Me (1998)_ and Big Lebowski, The (1998). Bree portrayed 'Brenda' on "Moesha" (1996) and starred in the MTV original series "Undressed" (1999) as 'Tina'. She has two commercials currently airing, Toshiba and the long running "Don't even think about it" ad for Hyundai. Other commercials of note include Dr. Pepper and the popular GAP commercials. Additionally, she has appeared in videos for Brian Setzer, Sugar Ray and Smashmouth.