Brittany's nickname is Britt.
She was born at South Shore Hospital in Weymouth, Massachusetts.
When she was younger, her dad and her took the subway to Boston two or three times a week just for her acting class.
She was in a commercial for "Above the Influence" which is an organization that tries to teach and influence kids to "stay above the influence" of drugs, alcohol, and other harmful substances.
She had a hamster named Nibbles.
She once attended Marstons Mills Elementary School, and (for 3rd, 4th, and 5th grades) she attended William Foster Elementary School.
Kidzworld.com named Brittany one of "The-Top-Five-Faces-To-Watch-2007".
She has brown hair and blue eyes.
She interviewed Henry Winkler for a young actors magazine.
Her first concert was a Britney Spears concert.
Her dad call himself her "Hollywood Firewall."
According to her, her first recollection of wanting to act was when she was 6.
Her dad (Marty Curran) wrote the song 'Quiver' that Brittany recorded for The Haunting Hour. It was considered to be used in the ending credits for the movie.
Her vocal coach's name is Rosemary Butler.
Brittany has appeared as Priscilla Wright in R.L. Stine's The Haunting Hour: Don't Think About It alongside Emily Osment and Cody Linley of Disney Channel's Hannah Montana.
Brittany is 5'6".
Brittany: (on why she's never gotten rid of the acting bug) Can't don't ever want to.
Brittany: My other "best moments"- a kissing scene with Evan Ellingson in Complete Savages, a kissing scene with Drake Bell in Drake and Josh, and a kissing scene with Lucas Grabeel in my new feature film The Adventures of Food Boy. You know what the interesting thing is? I'm 17 and my only kisses in life have been on screen, never kissed a boy in real life. So, if you're "Mister Right", write to my agent! One of my funniest moments?! On the website IsTomCruiseNuts.com it was calculated that I would be Tom Cruise's next potential wife. Hilarious.
Brittany: (when asked about seeing all the young stars going out and becoming party girls) It's really sad to see the condition of some of my childhood role models. Too much, too soon obviously isn't good. Especially for kids who start too young. The work load and expectations puts too much pressure on little kids. Another problem is when parents don't hold their children accountable for bad behavior.
Brittany: (when asked if her parents were supportive of her career) Incredibly! My parents are supportive of everything my brother and I do!