Photos with Tamzin Brown
Tamzin Brown was born and raised in Bath, England. At age sixteen she finished high school a year early and attended Art college. Tamzin studied Art, design and photography at Cirencester College followed by Oxford College and then at the 'University of The Arts, London'. From 2004-2007 Tamzin studied acting at 'The London School Of Film, TV & Radio', 'Kensington & Chelsea College', 'The City Lit' and comedic acting at 'The Old Vic', which at that time was directed by Kevin Spacey. In 2007 she moved to Los Angeles to study film at Santa Monica College. Read more... Academy of Acting and Theatre' and continues to study in Los Angles with private coaches. In 2010 Tamzin was cast in Sci-fi feature film 'Alien Rising' starring Lance Henricksen. In 2011 Tamzin was cast in Harmony Korine's 'Caput'. The film was created as part of 'Rebel', created by James Franco, presented by MOCA. After the making of the 'Caput' James Franco auditioned and cast Tamzin as the lead role in 'Bungalow 2', a feature length art film exploring the rumors surrounding the behind the scenes politics of 'Rebel Without A Cause'. Tamzin played the part of Natalie Wood. Between 2011-2013 James Franco cast Tamzin in a series of short films and fashion shorts including campaigns for 'Gucci' and 'Seven For All Mankind' and in his feature film 'Bukowski'. Tamzin co-directed an art short entitled 'The Bee's' with Dori Oscowitz, produced by James Franco with an original sound track created by Isabella Summers (AKA 'Isa Machine' of 'Florence & The Machine'). 2013-2014 Tamzin played the female lead in feature films 'Tabloid Vivant' directed by Kyle Broom and 'The Divine Order' directed by Patrick O' Bell and a supporting role in The Adderall Diaries directed by Pamela Romanowsky (all currently in post production). Tamzin also produced and starred in short films 'White' directed by Dean Loxton and 'Goldrush' directed by Mario Carvalhal and is currently directing her first music video for Warner Bros. recording artist 'LP'.