A passionate and driven young woman, LaTrell Brennan has always relentlessly sought after her dreams. She was starring in school plays by age 12 and made her professional theatre debut just a few years later in the Trustus Theatre Black Box production of "Town Mouse, Country Mouse". In the summer of 2008, Brennan made her first venture into film starring in the South Carolina Eductaional Television film, "Mary McCleod Bethune."
After graduating from high school in June 2009, she participated in the Talent International Network Convention in February 2012 where she won 3rd Place Monologue (performing as Claudia from "Nuts"), 2nd Place Talent (singing “Adelaide’s Lament” from "Guys and Dolls"), and 2010 Overall Commercial Model.
While studying theatre at the University of South Carolina, Brennan performed in stage productions such as "1942" and "The Water Station" as well as short films including "There Is No Silence," "4 Shots" and the 2012 University of South Carolina Campus MovieFest Best Drama Silver Tripod Winner, "Foundation," for which she also won the Best Acress Silver Tripod award and was a Best Actress Golden Tripod finalist at the 2012 Hollywood Campus MovieFest.
Since then, she has spent time in Atlanta, Georgia where she worked on a number of television shows from Tyler Perry’s "Love Thy Neighbor" to "Necessary Roughness", and films such as "Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues," "Solace," "Endless Love" and "The Last Punch." She most recently accumulated a few more short film credits including the award-winning "Crosswalk" (2013 2nd Act Film Festival Audience Award) and "Zipper" (2013 Indie Grits Film Blitz People’s Choice Award).