Brooke Lewis Bellas is an actress (born 1 September 1975) notable for her role in Kinky Killers, Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding, Sinatra Club, and iMurders.
Brooke Lewis Bellas Media Bio, Trivia, Links 2022
The actress and producer Brooke Lewis Bellas is best known for her roles in iMurders, Sinatra Club, Kinky Killers, and Ms. Vampy, which is her comedic mobster Vampire “alter ego” (Hyvio). There was a time when she lived in Philadelphia. Then she moved to New York City, where she got her first “break” as Donna Marsala in the Off-Broadway show Tony and Tina’s Wedding. In 2002, she moved to Hollywood and started Philly Chick Pictures, which was a film company. In 2007, she played Dr. Grace Sario on SHOWTIME’s Kinky Killers. She was given the title “Scream Queen” for that role. In 2019, she was a member of the Carney Awards Character Actor Hall of Fame, which was made in honor of character actor icon Art Carney. For her work in horror, she was featured in a best-selling coffee table book called “1000 Women in Horror, 1895-2018.” Phillytainment’s “PA Celebrity Hall of Fame” named her in 2021, and she was there for the first time.
|Brooke Lewis Bellas Wiki & Biography|
|Real Name||Brooke Lewis Bellas|
|Known As||Hollywood Actress, Producer, Scream Queen, Indie Genre Icon|
|Age||46 Years (2023)|
|Date of Birth||September 1, 1975|
|Height, Weight & Body Measurements|
|Height in Centimeters||152 cm|
|Height in meters||1.52 m|
|Height in Inches||5 feet 0 inches|
|Weight in Kilograms||54 kg|
|Weight in Pounds||120 lbs|
|Family and Relatives|
|Affairs, Boyfriends, and Marital Status|
|Husband/ Spouse||Mark Bellas|
|Education and School, College|
|Educational Qualification||Will update|
|College/ University||Will update|
|Favorite Things and Like & Dislike|
|Favorite Actor||Robert De Niro|
|Favorite Actress||Elizabeth Taylor, Mae West|
|Favorite Color||Black, Red, Purple|
|Favorite Food||Italian, Greek|
|Favorite Movie||Sunset Boulevard, The Godfather, Goodfellas, Pretty Woman, The Notebook|
|Hobbies||Theatre, Live Music, Movies, Binge-watching TV, Fine Dining, Wine Tasting, Tequila Tasting, Bourbon Tasting, Luxury|
|Net Worth||Will update|
|House Address||Will update|
|Phone Number||Will update|
|Email Id||Will update|
Early Life and Education –
Grew up in New Jersey and Philadelphia. She used to go to the Jersey Shore every summer. When she was two years old, her parents split up. She was going to law school, but she changed her mind and moved to New York City to become an actress. She never looked back.
- Beginning her career in regional and musical theater in Philadelphia and New Jersey, she eventually signed with Tazmania Records/Metropolitan Records and released the freestyle song “Get Me Off Your Mind.”
- She relocated to New York City and gained success Off-Broadway with her depiction of Berdine in Psycho Beach Party, a Charles Busch comedy, garnering acclaim in multiple newspaper pieces.
- Originated the character of Jewel in Mark Weiser’s Off-Broadway, cult-classic Vampire Rock Opera, The Cure, under the direction of renowned Broadway Director, Tom O’Horgan (Hair and Jesus Christ Superstar).
- Was slated as Ricko’s Girl, Mark Ruffalo’s girlfriend, in the 1998 film 54, however, her sequences with Mark Ruffalo and Ryan Phillippe were removed during filming.
- Played the character of Stacey in the film trailer that won third place on HBO’s first Project Greenlight.
- AKA ‘Scream Queen’, she starred as Dr. Grace Sario in the SHOWTIME horror mystery Kinky Killers in 2007. Slime City Massacre earned her the 2010 B-Movie Award for Best Scream Queen. With The Mourning, she attended the 2015 SAG-AFTRA Foundation Independent Features Screening Series. “Highlight Women in The Film Arts” was her 2016 Zed Fest ‘Mary Pickford Award.’ Sprinkles earned her the ‘Best Actress In A Drama’ award from the prestigious Actors Awards in 2017. At the 2017 Action On Film International Film Festival, she received the prestigious Stella Adler Acting Award. Awarded ‘Best Actress In An Independent Film’ by the renowned Actors Awards in 2018. Carney Awards Character Actor Hall Of Fame inductee in 2019. Awarded the NOVA Fest’s ‘Best Supporting Actress in a TV Series Award’ for her role in Stripped opposite Casper Van Dien, she is featured in the best-selling commemorative coffee table book ‘1000 Women In Horror, 1895-2018.’ For her work in television, she won a Telly Award in 2021. In addition to Mark Ruffalo and Andy Richter, she has had the pleasure of working with several excellent senior actors such as Michael Pare and Michael Madsen as well as Tony Todd, Billy Dee Williams, and William Forsythe.
She is a passionate philanthropist. As an AIDS activist, she has performed on Broadway at the August Wilson Theatre and the Palace Theatre to raise money for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. She is also involved in several charities that support breast cancer awareness and women’s empowerment. She is a celebrity ambassador for the Breaking The Chains Foundation.
Personal Details –
- Height 5 feet 0 inches.
- Known for physical features Voluptuous Figure, Big hair, Full lips, High heels.
- Idolizes Elizabeth Taylor and Mae West.
- Is a huge Philadelphia Eagles fan.
Other Details –
- TV Guide Magazine featured her as Gina Grazano in Quintuplets on FOX from July 25-31, 2004.
- Celebrity Goremate August 2010 in GoreZone Magazine.
- With Ms. Vampy’s Tween, Teen, and In Between Tawk, she became a Board Certified Life Coach in 2011.
- This book for teen females was published in October 2015. #1 New Release on Amazon in two categories: Social Situations and Self-esteem & Self-respect.
- ‘Coaching From A Professed Hot Mess: Tips on Life, Love, Dating, Online Dating, Female Empowerment, and LGBT Support’ August 2016. #1 New Release on Amazon in two categories: Etiquette and Etiquette Guides & Tips.
- In 2021, alongside Philadelphians Will Smith, Bob Saget, Richard Gere, Grace Kelly, Patti LaBelle, DJ Jazzy Jeff, Pink, Jill Scott, Maria Bello, Tina Fey, Boyz II Men, M. Night Shyamalan, Kevin Bacon, Bradley Cooper, Kevin Hart, Kobe Bryant, Eve, and more.
- Member of the Producers Guild of America, the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NY NATAS), and the San Francisco/Northern California Chapter (SF/NorCal NATAS), as well as an Emmy Award judge.