Brittany Rostron hosted a very successful launch of her new nonprofit organization, FACES. It’s great to be involved in this organization that caters to all women in entertainment and media – Sparkman is a proud #femaleACE!
Sparkman has earned her first credit on a feature film as the Director’s Assistant for Todd Strauss-Schulson. Look out for New Line Cinema’s Isn’t It Romantic? in theaters Valentines Day 2019. Starring Rebel Wilson, Liam Hemsworth, Adam Devine and Priyanka Chopra.
Sparkman will be contributing content for FACES (Female Artistic & Commercial Entrepreneur Support), a nonprofit organization founded by Brittany Rostron. Check out her on-set stories here.
Want to know how Sparkman landed her first gig on a studio feature film? Read her story from the FACES “Breaking In Series.”
Sparkman had an incredible experience volunteering for the 16th annual Tribeca Film Festival. Thank you to the filmmakers and crew for making the magic happen!
Sparkman had the pleasure of working with the crew on NBC’s The Blacklist. It’s always great to be part of a hardworking team.
It was heartwarming and a moment of pride to watch the premiere screening of PALM, written and directed by Taylor Petracek. Sparkman co-starred as Saundra.
Sparkman had a blast performing in The Motor Company’s 2017 Season of the Intimate Bar Plays. It was a pleasure working with Director Lillian Meredith!
Sparkman Clark is now represented by Talent Manager Robert Blume with Step Forward Entertainment.
It is with great pride that Sparkman will now serve on the Board of Directors for BBR Productions Inc. alongside her good friends and colleagues Marc Chouen and Thomas Bellezza. Here’s to bringing reality to dreams.
Sparkman had the pleasure of re-enacting Clara Bow, the famous silent movie actress and “It Girl” of the 1920s. A fun day on set with the Travel Channel team!
Sparkman is excited to release the first music video she directed with talented musician Greg Oliveras. Check out their video of “The Well.”
The cast and crew of Quantico are a great group of people! It was a lot of fun working on set for Quantico Season 2.
It’s been a great year full of work, and Sparkman is happy to be dropping her 2016 Reel along with performance clips from the projects she has worked on. These performances can be viewed on Sparkman’s IMBD page, Actors Access page, and website!
Sparkman portrayed the undercover federal operative Lois Ward in Joseph Vincent’s web project, “Casket Syndrome.” It was great working with DP Erik Spink of Vacant Light Productions, who’s documentary “Tashi’s Turbine” aired on PBS this month.
Sparkman flew to Austin Texas for 4 days to perform in internal content for Google Fiber. Always a great experience working for this team of professionals!
It’s always great to bring a story to life – Sparkman worked on set with Scenarios USA and got to work with director Susan Seidelman along with DP Miguel Ioann Littin Menz.
Sparkman had a great time on set for ReachNow – thank you Bicoastal MGMT for booking!
Sparkman flew to Barcelona, Spain, for 4 days to shoot a commercial she booked. Thank you Dina Buglione of DB Casting for such a wonderful casting experience, and Wanda Productions for being a wonderful production company to work for!
Sparkman is back with Addy Media covering Women’s Fashion at NYFW SS17. Along with exercising her videographer skills, Sparkman was on camera interviewing designers such as Nicole Miller and Michelle Aznavorian from Misha Collection.
The final shoot day for Everyone Knows McGee was an enormous success. Sparkman acted as Beth alongside the rest of the ensemble for this Indie Feature taking place in Prospect Park.
Sparkman started working part-time with MacGuffin Films to get more experience with production work. MacGuffin Films is the world’s premier table top commercial production company, creating content for clients such as McDonalds, Red Lobster, Starbucks and Guinness among many others.
St. Madison, the original dramatic short by Sparkman Clark is wrapped – shooting in Rockaway NJ went incredibly smoothly with Co- Star and Co- Producer Marc Chouen, Cinematographer and Co- Director Sam Iacono, and Lighting Designer Landry N.
Post Production is underway, final paperwork to SAG-AFTRA is being reviewed and the television series St. Madison is being drafted.
The New Media Agreement for Sparkman’s original drama, St. Madison, has been been approved by SAG-AFTRA. Sparkman’s first New Media production is officially underway! Production is set for end of August 2016.
Sparkman co-led as Dr. Carol in a short film production she wrote, The Fifth Force, original concept and directed by Landry Ndremihaja. The film was submitted to the 2016 CineSpace Short Film Competition and is currently being reviewed for the grand prize of $10,000.
Sparkman had a great week interviewing and filming fashion designers for New York Fashion Week Mens #NYFWM with AOL.Style.Addytude. Sparkman got to interview rapper Sammy Adams at Grungy Gentlemen, and actor Kellan Lutz at Robert Geller. Click the link to see Sparkman’s filming and editing work with URI MINKOFF.
We are wrapped! Sparkman is back in NYC from Palm Desert, CA, where she starred in PALM, a film noir by Taylor Petracek. Sparkman co-lead as Saundra. Trailer coming soon.
Sparkman performed her original monologue “Dive Bar” at the June Havoc Theatre for the TAPNYC Season 35 showcase. Thank you to everyone who attended the show!
It is opening night! Sparkman has her Off-Broadway debut in Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing, directed by Monty Renfrow at The Playroom Theatre in Manhattan. Sparkman will be playing Margaret. Sparkman would like to thank Paperlight Production Company and Spaceship Theatre Company for this amazing experience. Closed April 31st 2016
Sparkman teamed up with fellow filmmaker Christopher Yowan to create 2 Minutes and original short written by Sparkman Clark and directed by Christopher Yowan. Sparkman co-stared alongside her good friend Joseph Pascone.
Sparkman changed her look! After getting cast in a Goldwell Hair Demonstration, Sparkman has rebranded and is rocking a short Copper-Red hairstyle, designed by London Hairstylist Jay Mahmood.
Shooting is wrapped! Sparkman finished up acting in Joel Dunn’s newest short film, Fuzzy, as Natasha, the sarcastic roommate.
Sparkman performed in The Persephone Logs, directed by Joann Cowley, as Seren, a suicidal community member. Shooting took place in Rhode Island – looking forward to seeing the final product!
Sparkman has been cast in an original TV web-series, The Circle, directed by Thomas J. Bellezza. Sparkman will be playing Tiffany, a high school friend of principle role Isadora. Sparkman will also be a first-unit PA. Filming scheduled for 2016.
Sparkman has been cast in an original TV and Web-series, Whatta Guys Really Want, directed by Caleb Alexander. Sparkman will be playing Denise.