Briannagh Dennehy is a multi-forum sensation, performing as a singer, actor, and dancer. At only twelve years old, she has competed in the youth category at the Apollo Theater in Harlem, reaching the final four contestants, and was a finalist in Deborah's Got Talent (a fundraiser for Deborah Heart Hospital).
She sang the National Anthem to open a Somerset Patriots baseball game, danced ballet in the Princeton Ballet's performance of "The Nutcracker" at the McCarter Theatre in Princeton and the State Theater in New Brunswick, and she has appeared in television commercials and print advertising for Forman Mills clothing stores and in a short film, "Cake" directed by a NYU Tisch School MFA student that was submitted to a film competition. Briannagh is an accomplished pianist, performing in public several times a year.
She has released a music single entitled "American Fab Kid," along with a related music video. The song and video reflect the diversity of America and pride in that diversity expressed through fashion. Briannagh herself reflects this diversity, as a daughter of a Caribbean mother and an Irish-American father. She is working on her album, which includes another significant song, "Stand Tall Be Strong," which aims to encourage kids who are being bullied.
Briannagh is a young girl full of talent and ideas and aims to inspire other girls her age through video, song, and dance.
Learn more at http://www.briannaghdennehy.com/