Brooklyn Decker

Super Model and Actress

Brooklyn Decker has shot straight to the top. Her journey began with a meeting with owner Scott Cooper when she was 15. “She and her mother thought that I was crazy when I said to her, you are going to be a star, I have never said that to anyone, but I am saying it to you.” Cooper said. “There was no question, she was destined to be a star and I feel so grateful that I have been able to be with her on her journey.”

After developing Brooklyn, Evolution introduced her to fashion agencies in New York. After meeting with everyone we decided to go with Marilyn Agency in New York and Paris. Brooklyn started booking high profile jobs even in her first summer in New York. “There was no question, she was destined to be a star and I feel so grateful that I have been able to be with her on her journey.”She booked Seventeen, Elle Girl, Teen Vogue, and many more. As she matured, she continued to climb the fashion ladder with jobs for Glamour and Cosmopolitan. When Brooklyn was 18, she moved to New York under the direction of Evolution and Marilyn Agencies.

Within the first month of living in New York, Brooklyn booked Sports Illustrated Swim Suit Edition. For five years, she not only worked with Sports Illustrated but has also traveled and worked for clients all over the world. In 2010, Brooklyn booked the most coveted job in fashion, the cover of the Sports Illustrated Swim Suit Issue. This launched her into official Super Model status. Brooklyn is one of a very few successful models that evolved into a true actor.  Studying acting since age 15, Brooklyn was able to move into guest star and starring roles in Ugly Betty (ABC), Chuck (NBC), Royal Pains (USA), New Girl (FOX), Friends with Better lives (CBS), Grace and Frankie (Netflix), Just Go With It (feature), Stretch (feature), What to Expect When Your Expecting (feature) and Battleship (feature).

Cooper said, “Seeing Brooklyn succeed in such a huge magnitude makes me feel like a proud dad.  Brooklyn never forgets who she is and is as concerned about my welfare as her own.  She will never cease to amaze me.”

Brooklyn Decker has shot straight to the top. Her journey began with a meeting with owner Scott Cooper when she was 15. “She and her mother thought that I was crazy when I said to her, you are going to be a star, I have never said that to anyone, but I am saying it to you.” Cooper said. “There was no question, she was destined to be a star and I feel so grateful that I have been able to be with her on her journey.”

After developing Brooklyn, Evolution introduced her to fashion agencies in New York. After meeting with everyone we decided to go with Marilyn Agency in New York and Paris. Brooklyn started booking high profile jobs even in her first summer in New York. “There was no question, she was destined to be a star and I feel so grateful that I have been able to be with her on her journey.”She booked Seventeen, Elle Girl, Teen Vogue, and many more. As she matured, she continued to climb the fashion ladder with jobs for Glamour and Cosmopolitan. When Brooklyn was 18, she moved to New York under the direction of Evolution and Marilyn Agencies.

Within the first month of living in New York, Brooklyn booked Sports Illustrated Swim Suit Edition. For five years, she has not only worked with Sports Illustrated but has also traveled and worked for clients all over the world. In 2010, Brooklyn booked the most coveted job in fashion, the cover of the Sports Illustrated Swim Suit Issue. This launched her into official Super Model status. Brooklyn is one of a very few successful models that evolved into a true actor.  Studying acting since age 15 Brooklyn was able to move into guest star and starring roles in Ugly Betty (ABC), Chuck (NBC), Royal Pains (USA), New Girl (FOX), Friends with Better lives (CBS), Grace and Frankie (Netflix), Just Go With It (feature), Stretch (feature), What to Expect When Your Expecting (feature) and Battleship (feature).

Cooper said, “Seeing Brooklyn succeed in such a huge magnitude makes me feel like a proud dad.  Brooklyn never forgets who she is and is as convened about my welfare as her own.  She will never cease to amaze me.”