Brooke Burns Filmography

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Brooke Burns, on her full name Brooke Elizabeth Burns, was born on March 16, 1978 in the United States of America. She is a famous actress and a former model. Her career started with her role in Baywatch and Baywatch Hawaii. Brooke Burns was married to Julian McMahon for two years, since 1999 to 2001 and they have together a daughter named Madison Elizabeth McMahon. Although in present, Brooke Burns left the spotlight, her film career is rich and the character Jessie Owens of the Baywatch series was only the beginning of her acting gigs.

Brooke Burns has film and also television roles. The film roles begin in 2001 with Shallow Hall, her role being Pretty/Ugly Katrina. After a break, Brooke Burns reprized three roles in 2005 – Tami in The Salon, Jan Lambert in Single White Female 2: The Psycho, a film that went directly to DVD and another one that went directly to DVD – Death to the Supermodels where she played Eva. In 2007, Brooke Burns played Sasha in Urban Decay and in 2008 she had two roles – one in The Art of Travel, as Darlene Loren and one as Kristin Scott in Smoke Jumper, another movie that went directly to DVD. In 2010, Titanic II was released, in its distribution being Brooke Burns as Dr. Kim Patterson.

In television, Brooke Burns had many more roles. She played Peg in Out of the Blue in 1996 and in 1996 Brooke Burns had a small role in Conan the Adventurer and one in Ally McBeal, as Jennifer Higgin. Her role in Baywatch kept her busy until 2001 and among other small roles, she was the host of the show Dog Eat Dog, between 2002 and 2003, and played Nicole Booth in North Shore from 2004 to 2005. Other interesting parts that Brooke Burns had were in television movies – she played Kate Graham in Trophy Wife, Anna Malone in Time and Again, Kristen in Trial by Fire, Jennifer Cullen in The Most Wonderful Time of the Year and Shannon Barnes in the last television movie role she reprized until now, Mistresses.

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