Brooke Burns Best Movies

Filed under: Career, Biography - 19 Nov 2012  | Spread the word !

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Brooke Burns is a very famous American actress, but also a fashion model. The star was born in July 1978. She began her career in the entertainment industry in 1996. Throughout the years, Brooke Burns has been cast in numerous movies. Below you can find a list of some of her best roles.

1. Shallow Hal

Shallow Hal actually is a very important movie in Brooke Burns’ career. This is the first big screen project for the star. The movie was released in 2001, about 5 years after Brooke made her acting debut in television. Shallow Hal is a romantic comedy which stars Gwyneth Paltrow, Jack Back and Jason Alexander. The movie is directed by Peter and Robert Farrelly. Shallow Hal had a budget of about $40 million and grossed more than $141 million at the Box Office. In this movie Brooke Burns played the role of Katrina. Even though her performance was limited to a small role, Brooke was quite appreciated for her work in this movie.

2. Death To The Supermodels

Death to the Supermodels is a movie released in 2005. This is a black comedy directed by Joel Silverman. The movie stars Jaime Pressly, Brooke Burns, Sung Hi Lee, Taylor Negron, Matt Winston, Diane Delano and Jason Acuna. In this movie, Brooke interprets one of the main characters. She plays the role of Eva, a German beauty ranked as the world’s number-one supermodel. Brooke’s performance is really great.

3. Single White Female 2: The Psycho

Single White Female 2: The Psycho is a popular movie released in 2005. This actually is a direct to video sequel of a 1992 movie, the famous Single White Female. The movie is directed by Keith Samples and it stars Kristen Miller, Allison Lange and Brooke Burns. Brooke plays the role of Jan Lambert. The movie is really interesting and all the main actresses achieved great performances.

Naturally, the aforementioned movies are just some of the best acting projects of Brooke Burns. Urban Decay, The Salon, Dancing Trees or The Art of Travel are other great movies in which the actress was cast. With all her performances, Brooke proved to be an amazing actress.

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Brooke Burns Appears In New Nickelback Music Video

Filed under: Career, Biography - 18 Oct 2012  | Spread the word !

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Brooke Burns is an American actress and former model. She became popular for acting in Baywatch TV series and Baywatch Hawaii. She also appeared on Drop Dead Diva, CSI:Miami, Out of the Blue, To Tell the Truth, Ally McBeal, Melrose Place and Average Joe: Hawaii.

Brooke also hosted NBC’s Dog Eat Dog from June 2002 to August 2003 and was nominated for a Teen Choice Award, but she didn’t win. Other films in which she appeared include The Most Wonderful Time of the Year, Dancing Trees, Trophy Wife, The Art of Travel and Smokejumpers.  

Recently, she has appeared in the Nickelback’s music video called Trying Not To Love You along with Jason Alexander, a famous actor known for his role as George Constanza on Seinfeld.


The new video from Nickelback is taken form the band’s latest album Here and Now. This new single is a pop-rock ballad that is enhanced and brought to life by an amusing video with Brooke Burns and Jason Alexander.

 Jason Alexander plays the role of a nerdy coffee shop employer that falls in love with a beautiful customer. Brooke Burns plays the role of this wonderful and sexy client who enters the cafe and asks for a latte.


She seems attracted by him, too, but another man, an evil version of the coffee shop employer, enters the cafe and he is attracted by her, as well. The two start to fight and try to impress her with their latte foam art skills. The video has a happy ending, so the good guy wins.


This is not the first time when Alexander appears in a music video. He did that few years ago when he appeared in Brad Paisley’s “Online” along Taylor Swift and William Shatner.


For Brooke Burns this is the first time when she appears in a music video, but it seems that she enjoyed it and did it well. Nonetheless, what do you think about the video and about Brooke Burns and Jason Alexander’s performance?

Watch the video here:

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Career and Short Biography of Brooke Burns

Filed under: Career, Biography - 13 Jul 2012  | Spread the word !

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A classic, dynamic beauty with a vibrant laugh and magnetic personality, Brooke Burns stars as Lisa Germain in the ABC comedy, Miss Guided. On the big screen, burns starred in Shallow Hal, opposite Jack Black and Gwyneth Paltrow, and in Smokejumpers alongside Ern Karpluk and Rick Ravanello. Other film credits include the role of Jan Lambert in Single White Female 2: The Psycho, opposite Allison Lange and Todd Babcock.


Her television career includes North Shore alongside Beverly Hills star Shannon Doherty and Jay Kenneth Johnson, Pepper Dennis, opposite Rebecca Romjin, Ally McBeal, with Calista Flockhart, as well as Just Shoot Me. She also played the role of Jessie Owens on Baywatch. Burns hosted the American Version of the Dog Eat Dog game show for two summer seasons in 2002 and 2003, for which she was nominated for a teen choice awards. She got into serious acting in 1996, when she played the role of Peg in Out of the Blue.

A Southern belle, Burns was born in Texas. The middle child of three siblings, Burns learned solid family values from her supportive parents. Her mother encouraged her from a young age to pursue her dream to become an actress and a dancer. Since kindergarten, she wanted to become a ballerina. As a teenager, she showed great promise as a professional ballet dancer, but after a ski accident, her career ended abruptly. Therefore, she turned to other activities, such as athletics and swimming.

In 2005, Burns suffered a life threatening accident while diving into a swimming pool in Los Angeles, breaking her neck and injuring her body from her chin to her chest. The incident almost left her paralysed, but through the help and support of her friends and family she returned to acting.

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