Talent INC has so many levels of success. Any person that goes through this development and showcase we consider a success. Everyone comes out of this program an improved performer. Even if doors do not open in other markets, each individual becomes more marketable and a stronger bookable talent in their local market. When you are on a journey of continually fine tuning your abilities you are a success.

Brooklyn Decker

Through this development program, at fifteen, Brooklyn was prepared for any audition as an actress and a model. After introductions to fashion agency Marilyn of New York, Brooklyn was on her way. She has worked for Seventeen Magazine, Teen Vogue, Elle Girl, Cosmopolitan, Shape, GQ, Nylon, Gap, American Eagle, Victoria Secret and ultimately booked the cover of the Sports Illustrated Swim Suit edition.

Brooklyn is not only an accomplished model but now she has broken into Television and Film. She has enjoyed roles on Ugly Betty, Chuck and Royal pains. Most recently she starred opposite Adam Sandler and Jennifer Anniston in “Just Go with it.” Brooklyn was also one of the leads in the action adventure “Battleship” and “What to Expect When You’re Expecting”. We are so proud of all of her hard work and success.

Jessica Stroup

Jessica Stroup met the founder of Talent INC when she was 17. Jessica always had that something extra in her eyes. Not only is she beautiful but she is a true and genuine talent. Whether she was working on Runway or performing a monologue, she wanted to be perfect and she rose to the forefront very quickly. After introductions to agencies, Jessica signed and went to Los Angeles. She had just graduated high school but she had the determination of a seasoned professional.

Jessica very quickly booked national commercials and has worked extensively in film and television. She has been seen on Grey’s Anatomy, True Blood, Vampire Bats, This Christmas, Prom Night, The Hills have eyes 2 and many more.

You might have followed Jessica for 5 seasons on the CW series “The New Beverly Hills 90210” as Erin Silver, the misunderstood younger sister of Jennie Garth.  Now she can be seen on Fox as Kevin Bacon’s detective niece on the series “The Following.”  We are so proud of all of the hard work and success that Jessica has been able to accomplish.

Coy Stewart

Coy Stewart was introduced to Talent INC by one of our incredible directors Ericka Deabreau, of Deabreau Modeling Consultants in Columbia, South Carolina. After completing his development and performing in the Talent INC Showcase, Coy won “Overall Child Actor” The agents vote for their top over all choices for “Overall Child Model”, “Overall Child Actor”, “Overall Male Actor”, “Overall Female Actor”, “Overall Commercial Model” and “Overall Classic Model.” After the show, Coy and his parents were off to Los Angeles and New York.

After signing with agents in both markets, Coy booked jobs in “A Raisin in the Sun” the “Electric Company” and portrayed Kevin in 92 episodes of “Are we there yet?” on TBS.  His most recent success is as a cast member in “Bella and the Bullfrogs” on Nickelodeon.  Keep looking for great things from this talented and charismatic actor.  Everyone is seeing what Talent INC. knew all along, Coy Stewart is a star!

Farris Boyd

Talent INC. success Farris Boyd from Evolution Talent Agency. Farris won overall child model in March of 2015 at the Talent INC. Spring Conference. With many offers to consider her family took the journey to New York to take meetings. After many offers Farris signed with Wilhelmina Kids. She has since worked for GAP, Advil, Disney, Neiman Marcus, Vogue Bambini, La Petite Magazine, Anias and I, Knit Simple Cover, Converse, Next UK, Culturelle Kids, Little Miss Matched & Finish Line. She has booked runway shows for Ralph Lauren and La Petite. We are so happy to announce that she is working so much that her parents moved to New York to support her amazing career! We would like to send so much love to the Boyd family. We will be here to watch and celebrate this amazing journey. 

Brianna Reed

Brianna Reed is a 14-year-old actor who fell in love with the art of performing at the age of 9 after attending a summer acting camp at Acting Out Studio in Charlotte, NC. After three years of acting and improv classes, she attended Talent Inc. in March 2016 and signed with AEFH in Los Angeles shortly thereafter. Brianna and her family moved to Los Angeles in August 2016, just before she landed her first role on Hulu’s, “The Mindy Project” which led to subsequent roles in shows like Netflix’s “Best. Worst. Weekend. Ever.,” Disney’s “Raven’s Home,” and Nickelodeon’s “Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn”.  Most recently, Brianna appeared in the hit show “This Is Us.” She has also been cast in commercial spots for major brands like Orbeez, Nintendo, Walmart, Comcast, and Boost Mobile.

Outside of her dedication to acting and performing, Brianna also finds time for giving back to the community and helping others as founder of the Youth EmpowHERment Sleepover.  She is an avid reader and aspiring writer who is passionate about life, friends, community, and her future.

Gentry White

Gentry started acting in first grade when his Mother Betty enrolled him in a theatre program.  Gentry first worked on a professional level with Evolution Talent Agency in Charlotte, North Carolina close to his hometown of Monroe. Gentry volunteered at agency open calls and castings, hoping to engulf himself in the industry in which he knew he belonged.  Gentry performed at the Talent INC. showcase where he won overall male model and made the necessary connections to move from North Carolina to Los Angeles at age 20.  Gentry began studying dance at Millennium Dance Complex, acting under Anthony Meindl and honed his improv skills with Upright Citizens Brigade.  White’s hard work paid off when he landed commercials for big names including Boost Mobile, Taco Bell and Apple.

Gentry can be seen in season two of Lifetime’s cult show “UnReal.”  His character in this award-winning series is Romeo, the sports manager/cousin to the shows suitor.  He also stars as ‘Billy Lee’ on AMC’s “Turn: Washington’s Spies,” a period drama following the Culper Spy Ring during the Revolutionary War in 1778.  Gentry also joined the cast of the Shannara Chronicles and has more projects on the horizon.