Brooke's first television appearance was as a guest character, Casey Emma Glass, in the TV series, The League of Gentlemen. She joined Coronation Street in April 2004 as the third actress to play Sophie Webster, replacing Emma Woodward who decided to leave the soap at the end of 2003. Brooke's first appearance was shown on 12 May.
Brooke is two years older than the character she plays, and shortly after landing the role of Sophie in Coronation Street, she appeared on Children in Need.
In an interview on 7 September 2010 with Brooke Vincent and Sacha Parkinson, both these young actresses discussed their roles in the lesbian storyline, whereby, their relationship transformed from best friends to girlfriends, with the realization of their sexuality. This storyline on Coronation Street started on 11 April 2010.
On 5 November 2010 at the "Stonewall Awards" ceremony, Coronation Street won the new "Broadcast of the Year" award, in recognition of its gay storylines. The show has featured its first ever lesbian storyline this year, with the long-standing character Sophie Webster's (Brooke Vincent) blossoming romance with best friend Sian Powers (Sacha Parkinson).
Brooke was nominated for Best Dramatic Performance From A Young Actor Or Actress award for her portrayal of Sophie at the British Soap awards 2008, she was put forward by the panel but lost out to Jamie Borthwick. At the 2008 Inside Soap Awards, Vincent was nominated in the category "Best Young Actor".
She's currently with North West-based TV and film agents Laine Management
In June 2011, Vincent opened a new branch of Domino's Pizza in Heywood, Lancashire.
Vincent attended Fairfield High School for Girls in Droylsden. In August 2011, she was reported as having been dating Swansea City footballer Josh McEachran since May 2011.
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