BBrette is currently casting the third season of LMN’s “I Love You…But I Lied”. She recently cast “Donny!” on USA.
Brette has cast over 45 independent films (including the recent CRAZY FAMOUS and HEDGEHOG with Ann Dowd and Madeline Brewer), 150 commercials, 100 plays, several television and new media projects. She was the resident casting director at Washington, DC’s Folger Elizabethan Theatre for nine seasons. Films Brette has cast have won awards and been official selections at most of the major film festivals, including Sundance, Tribeca and Cannes.
Brette is the former Co-Producing Director of Washington Jewish Theatre, Production Manager at Washington Shakespeare Co., and Associate Producer of the Washington Theatre Festival. Brette teaches audition technique at various NYC studios and several universities and has done some serious damage at the craft services table in brief stints as on-set coach.
She watches “The League” for at least two hours a night and tries not to stalk Nick Kroll.
“I have a new philosophy in this business: there may be a lot of shitheads out there, but there are also people like Brette.”Bev Sheehan, Director
And this is Michelle. She’s awesome.
Michelle has been Brette’s right hand gal for over four years now. It’s taken some time, but she’s finally getting used to the 80s music and 80s posters hanging in the office. She’s more of a “Disclosure” girl herself. Michelle has worked on numerous indie films, television projects and commercials with Brette. Most recently, she had the pleasure of working on the USA Network half-hour comedy “Donny!”. Also, seeing “I Love You… But I Lied” going strong is pretty awesome. Michelle is super excited to dive deeper into the world of comedy with Brette. Michelle’s directing and producing work can also be viewed at www.michellecutolo.com.
“Brette has a keen eye for talent and an astute ability to build creative and unexpected ensemble casts. She truly loves and respects actors. She makes the casting process fun!”Michael Selditch, Director & Executive Producer, 'I Love You... But I Lied'