Bobbie Prewitt was born to be an actress. At the young age of two, barely able to speak, she began to express an interest in acting. She spent the next two years convincing her parents that acting was her passion. She has worked consistently to develop and understand her craft well beyond her years.
She began as a model and quickly moved over to commercial acting. After booking two national commercials, she ventured off into the wonderful world of TV and Film. She went on to play her first lead role in "I'll be home for Christmas" a short film for Sony/AGInteractive. She has appeared in 14 other TV/film projects, including a guest lead role in NBC's "Chase - Paranoia", a supporting role in her first full length Independent film "Tympanum", and an emotional spot in an episode of Animal Planet's series "I'm alive". She is looking forward to a long artistic career. She would like to be a positive influence on others. She is happy to be able to use her advantages for a good cause and is currently devoting a lot of her time to raise money for charity.