Brooke Lewis Bellas is an American actress, producer, and entrepreneur best known for her role in “54” (Miramax), Kinky Killers (SHOWTIME) and also in iMurders (STARZ).
She has also appeared in shows as Dr. Grace Sario in Kinky Killers and the lime City Massacre. Brooke is married to actor and producer John Bellas. The couple live in Hollywood and actively participate in philanthropy work
|Name||Brooke Lewis Bellas|
|Hometown||Hollywood, California, United States|
|Birthday –||September 1, 1975|
|Age||47 Years (as in 2022)|
|Birthplace||Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States|
|Famous For||Actress – Producer -Writer|
|Profession||Profession – Actress, Producer, Scream Queen, Ms. Vampy|
|Debut Movie||“54” (Miramax), Kinky Killers (SHOWTIME), iMurders (STARZ)|
|Debut TV||Debut TV – One Life to Live, Quintuplets (FOX), Mafiosa|
Brooke Family Details
Brooks grew and raised in New Jersey and Philadelphia. The Jersey Shore was where she spent most of her summers. While she was two years old, her parents got divorced. She is very private about her family matters.
Brooke Lewis Bellas Husband, Boyfriend, Affairs and More
By looking to her social media and other credible resources when she was younger, she was linked to or seen on dates with celebrities including Wilson Jermaine Heredia, Patrick Van Horn, Michael Lington, Andrew Stevens and more.
- Marital Status: Married
- Husband: Mark Bellas
- Children’s: N/A
- Son: N/A
- Daughter: N/A
- School: Not known
- High School: Not known
- College: Graduate
- Qualifications: Several degrees
Physical Status & More
- Height: In feet inches- 5′ 0″
- Weight: In pounds- 120 lbs.
- Body Measurements – 36 x 26 x 36
- Eye Color: Hazel
- Hair Color: Brown
Brooke Lewis Social Media Accounts and Website
- Instagram: @brookelewisla
- Twitter: @BrookeLewisLA
- Facebook Fan Page: @BrookeLewisLA
- IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0506989/?ref_=nmbio_bio_nm
- Website (Press site): https://brookelewisbellas.com/
Brooke Lewis Bellas Professional Career, Awards & Achievements
She earned the moniker “Scream Queen” in the entertainment business for her role as Dr. Grace Sario in the horror/mystery Kinky Killers on SHOWTIME in 2007. For her performance in Slime City Massacre, she received the “B-Movie Award for Scream Queen of The Year” in 2010.
Brooke attended the esteemed SAG-AFTRA Foundation Independent Features Screening Series in 2015 with The Mourning as a guest.
At Zed Fest in 2016, she received the “Mary Pickford Award” in recognition of “Highlighting Women in The Film Arts.” She received the renowned Actors Awards’ “Best Actress In A Drama Award” in 2017 in recognition of her performance in Sprinkles.
Moreover, she received the prestigious “Stella Adler Acting Award” at the 2017 Action On Film International Film Festival.
She received the renowned Actors Awards’ “Best Actress In An Indie Film Award” in 2018 in recognition of her work in psychotherapy. She was inducted into the prestigious Carney Awards Character Actor Hall of Fame in 2019, which was established in memory of the legendary character actor Art Carney.
She received recognition in 2020 for her work in Stripped, a film co-starring Casper Van Dien, in the best-selling classic commemorative coffee table book “1000 Women In Horror, 1895-2018,” as well as the “Best Supporting Actress in a TV Series Award” at the NOVA Fest.
She was honoured by television’s prestigious The Telly Awards in 2021 and was also put into the Phillytainment “PA Celebrity Hall Of Fame.” She received the renowned Actors Awards’ “Best Actress Award” in 2022 in recognition of her performance in Red Rooms.
The talented veteran actors she has had the good fortune to work with include Mark Ruffalo, Charles Durning, Andy Richter, Michael Pare, Michael Madsen, Danny Nucci, Tony Todd, Billy Dee Williams, William Forsythe, , Jason Gedrick Gabrielle Anwar, Michael Nouri, Dominique Swain, Joey Lawrence, Courtney Gains, and many more.
Brooke Lewis Bellas Philanthropy Activities
She is an enthusiastic philanthropist who has played on Broadway at the August Wilson Theatre as well as the Palace Theatre to support Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS and is a “Rowdy Activist” for The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation. She is also involved in a number of other charities that support women’s empowerment as a Board Certified Life Coach, breast cancer awareness for the Busted Foundation and The Lynn Sage Foundation, and that she is a Celebrity Ambassador again for Breaking The Chains