Brooke Burns Biography
Brooke Elizabeth Burns popularly known as Brooke Burns, is an American fashion model, actress and television personality. She was born on March 16, 1978 in Dallas, Texas, to Brad and Betsy Burns. Burns has two sisters.
She was a ballet dancer for 12 years during childhood and started modeling at age 15 after tearing her anterior cruciate ligament in a skiing accident. The serious ski accident at age 14 prevented Brooke from pursuing her dream: she no longer had the knee flexion to become a great ballerina. Her mother, convinced of her daughter’s unique talents, sent her to modeling as a replacement plan the following year. At age 16, Brooke began appearing in several US and European fashion magazines while continuing to attend school.
Camera lenses quickly became a video camera when she advertised for the Root Beer Mug and several popular restaurants. The commercials then took her to the successful auditions of Out of the Blue, a series shot at Sea World in Orlando, Florida.
After his success in Orlando, Brooke needed changes. She decided to move to Los Angeles, the movie capital. Shortly after arriving, she auditioned for an episode of Baywatch, but was not successful. On the other hand, she was called back six months later to play the permanent role of Jessie Owens in Baywatch. This was the launch of his career.
It was at the same time that she met her future husband: Julian McMahon, the interpreter of Cole Turner in the popular series of WB Charmed. They met thanks to their agents: Brooke’s agent suggested he go to the premiere of Why Do Fools Fall In Love with this handsome Australian. When they saw each other, they immediately fell in love with each other. They got engaged in December of 1999 to get married two weeks later, December 22, at St Mark’s Church in Sydney, Australia.
While playing in Baywatch, she appeared in a few episodes of Ally McBeal, where she played a fictitious character of Calista Flockart’s delusions. After two seasons, including one in Baywatch Hawaii, she announced her departure from the series. She had just learned that a dream she had cherished since the age of 12 was about to materialize: she was expecting her very first child.
On Friday, June 9, 2000, Brooke and Julian welcomed little Madison Elizabeth into their lives. The same year, Brooke decided to go to the movies and accepted a small but important role in the comedy Shallow Hal. She plays Katrina, a woman whose inner beauty turns into a goddess.
In March of the following year, Brooke and Julian separate. The cause would be due to an infidelity on the part of Julian with his partner in Charmed, Shannon Doherty. The divorce was formalized in September 2001. The same year, she played the role of Vicki Vale in a Batman ad for OnStar.
Her next big opportunity was after appearing in a celebrity edition of Fear Factor, where she had to jump onto the roof of a double-decker high-speed bus. The producers of the NBC network were impressed by his charisma and sense of adventure, and offered him to host a new reality TV / game show called Dog Eat Dog. She willingly accepted this offer and the program has had good ratings since its inception.
She then landed a role in the movie Death to the Supermodels and the new series FOX network: North Shore. She plays Nicole Booth, the director of public relations for a luxury Hawaiian hotel. The series was unfortunately not renewed for a second season because of low ratings.
It was during the year 2003 that Brooke began a beautiful love affair with Bruce Willis. They were introduced to each other by Steve Bing in November 2002, but only started dating the following year. Although 23 years apart, many affinities bring them together and, on April 4 of the following year, Bruce asked Brooke’s hand inside a limo on the Champs-Elysees in Paris. She says yes without hesitation but their busy schedules will be right for their relationship a few weeks later. On the 2nd of June, they announced their rupture. They are still friends today, which Brooke was very fond of because she got on very well with Bruce’s three daughters and wanted to keep in touch with them.
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She will then play in a few films including The Salon, Single White Female 2: Psycho, Murder On Spec and Time And Again.
But November 11, 2005 will forever change Brooke’s life. It was that day that she fractured a bone in the neck after banging her head while diving into her swimming pool. She was hospitalized in a Los Angeles clinic and underwent minor surgery. She was able to come out of the clinic four days later but had to wear a prosthesis 24 hours a day for three months. Luckily, she had no permanent damage and would always thank her friend, a former firefighter who was with her at the time of the accident and who knew what to do while waiting for the ambulance. Since that time she has been a spokesperson for the North American Spine Society (NASS) and the ThinkFirst National Injury Prevention Foundation.
The following January, she began filming a new WB series, Pepper Dennis. She plays Kathy Dinkle, the sister of Pepper Dennis played by Rebecca Romijn. However, the series was not chosen when the WB and UPN networks merged to become the CW.
In the late spring of 2007, she adopted an adorable Maltese cross with a black poodle aged one and a half, which she named Max.
Brooke then played in a few independent films: Urban Decay – released in 2007, The Art of Travel – released in 2008, Trial By Fire – released in 2008 and Dancing Trees (not yet released in the US).
She was recently seen in the Miss / Guided series, produced by Ashton Kutcher, where she portrays the beautiful and confident Lisa Germain. The series was unfortunately not renewed for a second season. His most recent projects are the pilot of the Mistresses series (which was not selected) and the co-animation of the FOX network game, Hole in the Wall, the American adaptation of the famous Japanese game (also called “Le tétris”). Human / The human tetris “).
Brooke Burns Age – How Old is Brooke Burns
She was born on March 16, 1978.
Brooke Burns Husband – Brooke Burns Daughter
Burns was married to actor Julian McMahon from 1999 to 2001. They have a daughter – Madison Elizabeth McMahon – who was born in June 2000.
She is married to film director Gavin O’Connor; they married on June 22, 2013. In October 2016, it was announced that Burns was expecting her second child, a girl; Burns announced that her daughter, Declan Welles, was born January 22, 2017.
Brooke Burns Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth of $3 million.
Brooke Burns Movies and TV Shows
Brooke Burns Movies
- Shallow Hal (2001)
- The Salon (2005)
- Single White Female 2: The Psycho (2005)
- Death to the Supermodels (2005)
- Murder on Spec (2006)
- Urban Decay (2007)
- The Art of Travel (2008)
- Smoke Jumper aka Trial by Fire (2008)
- Dancing Trees (2009)
- Titanic II (2010)
- A Sister’s Revenge (2013)
- Where Hope Grows (2015)
- 1996 – Out of the Blue
- 1997 – Conan the Adventurer
- 1997 – Ally McBeal
- 1998–2001 – Baywatch: Hawaii
- 1999 – Mortal Kombat: Conquest
- 2002 – Men, Women & Dogs
- 2002 – A Nero Wolfe Mystery
- 2002–2003 – Dog Eat Dog
- 2002–2003 – Just Shoot Me!
- 2003 – She Spies
- 2003 – Rock Me Baby
- 2004–2005 – North Shore
- 2006 – Modern Men
- 2006 – Pepper Dennis
- 2006 – Trophy Wife
- 2007 – Time and Again
- 2008 – Trial by Fire
- 2008 – The Most Wonderful Time of the Year
- 2008 – Miss Guided
- 2008–2009 – Hole in the Wall
- 2009 – Mistresses
- 2009 – CSI: Miami
- 2009 – Drop Dead Diva
- 2009 – Melrose Place
- 2011 – You Deserve It
- 2011 – Fixing Pete
- 2011 – Borderline Murder
- 2012 – Undercover Bridesmaid
- 2012 – A Star for Christmas
- 2013–2015 – The Chase
- 2014 – Motor City Masters
- 2015 – Community
- 2015 – Gourmet Detective
- 2015 – Gourmet Detective: A Healthy Place to Die
- 2016 – Gourmet Detective: Death Al Dente