Cassie Scerbo
Birth Date:
Long Island, New York, USA
Birth Place:
March 30, 1990
5' 2" (1.57 m)
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Bring It On: In It to Win It


American actress, singer and dancer Cassie Scerbo is best known for playing Brooke in “Bring It On: In It to Win It” (2007) and Lauren Tanner in “Make It or Break It” (2009-2012). She was in the  music group Slumber Party Girls and had released an album with the group called “Dance Revolution” (2006).   

Cassandra Lynn

Childhood and Family:

Cassie Scerbo was born Cassandra Lynn Scerbo on March 30, 1990, in Long Island, New York. She grew up in Michigan where she was a cheerleader for her junior high school squad in Shelby Township. She has an older sister, Alaina Scerbo. Cassie is of Italian descent.      

Make It or Break It


Cassie Scerbo made her acting debut in the 2005 comedy film “Hitters Anonymous,” in which she portrayed the character of Young Leah. In the following year, she auditioned and won a place in  the Music Girl Group Slumber Party Girls, which consisted of five members. The same year, in September, the group hosted the Children's Music television series “Dance Revolution” which promoted nutrition and fitness to children. Their original songs was dominantly featured through the series run. Slumber Party Girls's debut album, “Dance Revolution,” was released on October 3, 2006 by Geffen Records, but failed to chart. The group eventually split up and Scerbo went on to sign with Geffen as a soloist. Her three original songs “Betcha Don't Know,” “Sugar and Spice” and “Top Of The World” were all released to iTunes later in 2008.

Scerbo also had roles on the TV film “House Broken” (2006) and the Disney Channel television pilot “Arwin!” (2007) and the direct to video “Natural Born Komics” (2007), which was directed by and co-written by and starring Pauly Shore. She starred as Brooke, the team captain of the East Coast Jets Cheerleading squad who have won three-years in a row at Camp Spirit-Thunder, on “Bring It On: In It to Win It,” the fourth film in the “Bring It On” franchise. The film was released direct-to-video on December 18, 2007 in the United States and had a television premier on January 20, 2008 on ABC Family. She played Tiffany in the comedy film “Soccer Mom” (2008), opposite Missi Pyle and Emily Osment.

In 2009, Scerbo starred opposite Josie Loren and Ayla Kellwas on the ABC Family teen drama series “Make It or Break It,” where she was cast as an elite-level gymnast named Lauren Tanner. The show lasted for three seasons from June 22, 2009 to May 14, 2012.

In April 2010, Scerbo appeared with her “Make It or Break It” cast mate Chelsea Hobbs in an episode of “CSI: Miami” called “Spring Breakdown.” She also made a guest appearance in “Sym-Bionic Titan” (2010) and appeared in the films “Not Another Not Another Movie” (2011, playing Ursula), “Bench Seat” (2011, short), “Teen Spirit” (2011, TV) and “A Holiday Heist” (2011).

After “Make It or Break It” departed the airwaves, Scerbo made a guest appearance in “Hot in Cleveland” (2012). She played Candi Piper in 2012's comedy film “Music High” (with Jonathan Bennett and Monte Markham), an Ambassador for Peace in 2013's “Isolated” and Audrey Stout in 2013's “Not Today.” She appeared as bartender Nova Clarke in the Syfy original movie “Sharknado” (2013) and starred with Brandon Beemer and Jaqueline Fleming on another Syfy movie, “Bering Sea Beast” (2013).  

In 2014, Scerbo appeared as  Heather in two episodes of “Baby Daddy” and guest star in an episode of “Bad Judge.” She provided the voice of Heidi Weinerman on the animated television series “Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja,” a role she begin in 2012.  

Scerbo has completed filming a part on the upcoming horror/thriller movie “Agoraphobia,” directed and written by Lou Simon. She also will appear in the film “Take a Chance” (2014) and the TV film “My Life as a Dead Girl.”


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Cassie Scerbo: 'Cast thought Sharknado was a joke'
SP_COP - July 14, 2013 -
Actresses Tara Reid and Cassie Scerbo thought the director of their monster movie was playing a joke on them when he told them he was changing the title to Sharknado.The film, about a freak storm whic...
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