Lindsey Miller began her career with DeAbreu 2008 when she completed the developmental program in modeling and acting. She went on to participate in the Talent International Network Convention in Orlando, FL where she was signed to NYC agency FFT. Lindsey spent the summer of 2009 in NYC, accompanied by chaperones from DeAbreu, where she booked a Levi’s Jeans campaign and was chosen to appear in the popular Christmas Spectacular show. Lindsey is also a very talented. She has had the opportunity to sing in DeAbreu’s Fashion Show Extravaganza, parties, school events and the Talent Inc. Convention in Florida; she is a true triple threat. Lindsey is currently a co-host on the kid’s TV show “On the Go: East Coast”, where she is documented traveling around the east coast, experiencing all that the region has to offer in kid friendly entertainment.
Coy Stewart began his career with DeAbreu Modeling in 2008. After completing the acting and modeling program under DeAbreu Modeling, Coy participated in a national showcase in Orlando, FL where he won the overall child actor award. From there, DeAbreu Modeling placed Coy with Frontier Booking in New York, MC Talent Management and Greene and Associates in Los Angeles, CA. Coy booked his first extra role on a movie filmed in South Carolina and from there he booked a lead role in the off-Broadway play “A Raisin in the Sun” that toured New England.
Coy’s television career began soon after when he booked a regional commercial for Car Quest and he has starred as a series regular on the TBS sitcom “Are We There Yet”. Coy is also a series regular on PBS’ “Electric Company” where his younger brother Chayse Stewart got the chance to appear on an episode with him. Coy has appeared in a guest appearance role on A&E’s “The Glades”. Coy will appear in the new Nickelodeon show “Bella and the Bullfrogs” as a series regular that will beginning airing January, 2015.
Doron Willis started with DeAbreu in 2005, after his participation in the 2005 Extravaganza. Doron relocated to Los Angeles, CA and has been featured in numerous films and television shows such as “The Hit”, “Fourth & Inches”, “Allen Mack”, “Where’s Henry”, “Solicit Behavior”, and “Valley Heat” to name a few. Doron is now married with a son, and continues a very successful career in the industry.
Veronica DeAbreu began her modeling career at the sweet age of 18 months when she booked the cover of Baby Talk magazine in 2003. From her debut as a baby model DeAbreu placed Veronica with Ford Models in NYC amongst others. She has booked national print campaigns for Children’s Place, Brooks Brothers, Gap Kids, Justice and many more. Veronica has also had a 4 page spread in the coveted Vogue Bambini Kids Magazine.
Joycelyn McElveen was one of the first students to enter into the DeAbreu development program during the agency’s second year in 2003. After her completion of the program Joycelyn went on to participate in the DeAbreu Fashion Show Extravaganza whereshe won Model of the Year in 2004. Since her development Joycelyn, along with the help from DeAbreu, has worked extremely hard to launch her modeling and acting career. She was a series regular on the CBS reality show “Pirate Masters”, has booked roles in several short films as well as feature roles in films.
Joycelyn has done commercials for Verizon, Infiniti, Taco Bell, Morongo, and Wells Fargo. She has also done voiceover work for Cox Communications. In addition to a successful acting career Joycelyn is also a successful model where she has done national print campaigns for Walmart, Verizon Wireless, high fashion print campaigns for Cocoa Safari as well as numerous fashion runway shows. Joycelyn is currently living in LA, where DeAbreu placed her with Envy Model Management and she is continuing to grow her career as an actress & model.
Kiela Black began her journey with DeAbreu in 2014. While she was completing the DeAbreu development program she auditioned & was offered an opportunity to participate in the Dallas Expo. At 5’6 she was handpicked to walk in a couture fashion show that traditionally only have females that are 5’9 or taller. At the Expo Kiela received numerous callbacks from major agencies in NY, LA & Dallas and will be signing with a major agency in Atlanta, GA. She also received a $20,000 scholarship to attend the NY Conservatory for Dramatic Arts in NY, New York where she plans to attend after completing her DeAbreu development program.
Mikayla Brown began her career with DeAbreu in 2013. After completing the development program she went on to participate in the Dallas Expo where she won 2nd Place in the monologue competition, 1st place in the Runway competition, and 2nd place in the swimsuit competition. Mikayla receive callbacks from NY, LA and Dallas. She also received an international high fashion callback from Tokyo, Japan. At 5’6 she was chosen to walk in a couture fashion show where she walked along high fashion models who were 5’9 and taller. Mikayla has accepted a $20,000 scholarship to attend the NY Conservatory for Dramatic Arts in NY, New York where she plans to attend after her graduation from High School.
Alex Hayden began her career with DeAbreu Modeling in 2008. After graduating the developmental program in modeling and acting at DeAbreu, Alex was selected to participate in the Talent International Network Convention in Orlando, Florida. Alex and her mother then traveled to NYC in 2008, where she signed with major agencies FFT and Frontier Booking. She went on to appear in the Fall 2009 Children’s Place ad campaign which ran throughout numerous catalogues, Children’s Place stores and billboards.
Knight started with DeAbreu in 2004. After completing the development program. Nicole won Model of the year at DeAbreu’s annual Extravaganza in 2005. Nicole went on to do print jobs for JoAnn Fabrics, Nationwide Insurance, Fisher Price, Blue Cross Blue Shield, and Old Navy. She Nicole has also done regional and national commercials for Ford Focus, Allegheny Community College, and Johnson and Johnson Pharmaceutical Company. In New York, Nicole did work as a show room model for Maxmara. Nicole is now married with a baby girl and continues a very successful career in the industry.
Summers Slaton began her career with DeAbreu Modeling in 2002, at the age of 14. While in agency with DeAbreu, Summers has booked numerous local campaigns, such as: A.S. Tees, Shoe Expressions, Sketchers Shoes and Harris Teeter. In 2009, she was crowned South Carolina State Watermelon Queen and traveled the state of South Carolina for the year of her reign. She also traveled to Washington, DC, where she lobbied for farmers from Florida, Georgia, Indiana, California and North Carolina. Summers is now 23 years old and has gone on to graduate from Winthrop University, with a Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education.