A very warm "hello" to all great and small Brats, their families and Brats wannabees!
Winter has hit Australia and everyone finds it a little harder to get out of bed or leave the house to attend castings and turn on that sparkling personality. Many of you, however, braved the weather and starred in print advertising campaigns, TV Commercials and feature films to keep the rest of us entertained and from growing "duck feet" or "gills". Instead, we can stay home in front of the open fire and flick through glamorous magazines and catalogues. If we need total bliss - but can't even be bothered to turn the pages - we may just need to rustle up that last bit of energy, switch on the Plasma or LCD and be sublimely entertained by our many talented Brats.
With uncanny professionalism and the ability to slip into different characters, our eight year old Siobhan has completed her sixth TV Commercial in just three months. She is dinning at McDonalds after dad burned the snags; ternderly adoring Tiny Teddies in the Arnott's TVC and as any self respecting Aussie, supporting the AFL in her best 1950's impersonation. Jacob Spence proved to be a seasoned actor in the Uncle Toby's TVC, while Ella Ashton is giving Mr. Sniffles the snuff with De-De-Demazin. Not interested in earthly winter, Annie Buckley and Helena DeCastro became aliens in the latest McDonalds TVC.
Stephanie Cullen thought it best to fly to Brisbane and have a hot Fristy Fruit Milk (TVC Vietnam) to cope with the winter blues. Skye Sawers, a Brisbane local, is quick to follow in a Parmalat Milk commercial. Barely having time to rid herself of the milk mustache, Skye continued to work on a Sony sound campaign with young brat Zarcquae Harvey.
Little Sienna Perry is keeping snug as the little Bonds baby and hanging out with Super Model Sarah Murdoch while Matilda Birch decided the only way to keep dry is in Huggies!
Babies Jonah de Groot and Led Vilo are definitely having the last laugh in the Nutricia Karicare Happy Babies TVC. In true celebrity fashion, they don't get out of bed for less than X thousand dollars, so their parents had to sit on the director's chair, get the camera out and do the filming at home.
Not enjoying the same celebrity treatment is 13 year old Brats actor Daniel Goodridge, who, along with Michael Caton & Erik Thomson, is featured in channel seven's new television series "Packed to the Rafters". Too many Brats Models to mention have worked over the last three months on hundreds of catalogue jobs for BIG W, Myers, Toys-R-Us, Best&Less and more...!
As always, my thanks go to all of you wonderful, gorgeous and talented Brats and parents. It is your commitment and professionalism that makes Brats Models the most exclusive child agency in Australia and it makes us very proud to be your agents.
With warm regards,
Studio Bambini Magazine
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