Bresha Webb


From Baltimore, MD, Bresha Webb grew up performing in local venues, including Arena Playhouse & the legendary Center Stage where she starred in Fences and Le Blanc. She soon caught the eye of Donald Hicken, head of the Baltimore School of the Arts theater division, who quickly accepted her in their program.

She graduated from Baltimore School for the Arts and won the NAACP ACT-SO award and was selected 
to represent Baltimore at the finals in Texas. She later gained her BFA at California 
Institute of the Arts and has been working since!

Bresha steals the show as “Imunique” on TV One’s first scripted series LOVE THAT GIRL, which is executive produced by Martin Lawrence and Bentley Kyle Evans. She recurred as intern Laverne St. John for the last two seasons on E.R. and was one of the stars of MTV’s musical, American Mall, which was created by the same team of producers behind High School Musical. Her other TV credits include, Weeds, Private Practice, In the Flow- Affion Crockett/Foxx Sketch Comedy Show, Hung, Raising the Bar, and Lincoln Heights.

Bresha Webb is now branching into the world of stand-up comedy. She has 
performed all around the Los Angeles Comedy Club circuit at places like The J- Spot,  The Improv and The 
Comedy Store.  She also did a guest spot on Kathy Griffin’s Life on the D List.

Bresha currently lives in Los Angeles with her rescued dog, Little Foot, who also stars in LOVE THAT GIRL.

TELL US:  Show Your Love For Bresha and her LOVE THAT GIRL character “Imunique.”


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