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Movie Actress, Soap Star, and Singer to Perform and Share Her Endometriosis Story at Benefit Concert

Lily Brooks O’Briant

Sixteen-year-old actress and singer Lily Brooks O’Briant has been added to the list of performers at this Saturday’s second annual Warriors Benefit Concert. The show, to benefit EndoFound, will be at 6:30 P.M. at DROM in New York City’s East Village. O’Briant will sing her unreleased song, Romeo and Juliet, and share her endometriosis journey with the audience.

O’Briant was born in Memphis and lives in Los Angeles. She made her feature film debut when she was eight in Shark Lake with Dolph Lundgren and toured the country a year later as Matilda Wormwood in the critically acclaimed Broadway musical Matilda. O’Briant starred as Ella this past season in the Apple TV+ dramatic series Life by Ella and as Lucy Romalotti in the CBS daytime soap The Young and the Restless.

O’Briant has suffered from endometriosis for the past three and a half years. She met this week with Dr. Tamer Seckin, founder of EndoFound, and will have surgery with him later this summer. To read her story and purchase tickets for the concert, visit