Brooke Lewis Bellas is an actress and producer who hails from Philadelphia, New Jersey and New York, then made her way to Hollywood. She is probably most known for the mystery film “iMurders” (STARZ) opposite Billy Dee Williams, Gabrielle Anwar, Tony Todd and Frank Grillo, the mobster movie “Sinatra Club” opposite Danny Nucci, Jason Gedrick and Ellen Hollman (Netflix), the horror, thriller film “Kinky Killers” (SHOWTIME) opposite Charles Durning, Michael Pare and Eric Etebari, and her comedic mobster Vampire “alter ego” character Ms. Vampy (Hyvio).
She began her childhood dreams in Philly, then moved to New York City and got her first “break” playing Donna Marsala in the Actors’ Equity Association Off-Broadway Theater hit Italian comedy “Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding”. Making her way to Hollywood in 2002, she created her production company Philly Chick Pictures. In 2007, we enjoyed her acting in the role of psychiatrist Dr. Grace Sario in “Kinky Killers” on SHOWTIME. She soon had the title “Scream Queen” handed to her for her work in thriller films.
In 2019, with her resume and respect in the comedy genre, she was inducted into “The Carney Board” for the honorable Carney Awards Character Actor Hall Of Fame. In 2020, she was listed in the best-selling historical commemorative coffee table book “1000 Women In Horror, 1895-2018”. In 2021, her hometown of Philadelphia inducted her into the Phillytainment “PA Celebrity Hall Of Fame”.
Started her regional and musical theater career in Philadelphia and New Jersey, then signed with Tazmania Records/Metropolitan Records and released the freestyle song “Get Me Off Your Mind”.
Moved to New York City with big success Off-Broadway and rave reviews in news articles for her portrayal of Berdine in the hilarious Charles Busch comedy “Psycho Beach Party”.
Originated the role of Jewel in Mark Weiser’s Off-Broadway, cult classic Vampire Rock Opera, “The Cure”, directed by notorious Broadway Director, Tom O’Horgan (“Hair” and “Jesus Christ Superstar”).
Cast as Ricko’s Girl, Mark Ruffalo’s girlfriend, in “54” (1998), but scenes with Mark Ruffalo and Ryan Phillippe were cut during production.
Played Stacey in the film teaser that won 3rd place in the original “Project Greenlight” on HBO.
Played Dr. Grace Sario in the horror, mystery “Kinky Killers” on SHOWTIME and had “Scream Queen” bestowed upon her in entertainment.
Member of the Producers Guild of America, The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences- New York Chapter and San Francisco/Northern California Chapter and Emmy Awards Judge, Online Film & Television Association, Women In Film, and Film Independent.
In 2010, she won the “B-Movie Award for Scream Queen of The Year” for “Slime City Massacre”. In 2015, she was invited with the cast and crew to the wonderful SAG-AFTRA Foundation Independent Features Screening Series with “The Mourning”. In 2016, she was honored with the “Mary Pickford Award” to “Highlight Women in The Film Arts” at Zed Fest. In 2017, she won the fancy Actors Awards with the “Best Actress In A Drama Award” for her work in “Sprinkles”. In 2017, she was also given the high honor “Stella Adler Acting Award” at the Action On Film International Film Festival. In 2018, she won the fancy Actors Awards with the “Best Actress In An Indie Film Award” for her work in “Psycho Therapy”. In 2019, she was inducted into “The Carney Board” for the honorable Carney Awards Character Actor Hall Of Fame. In 2020, she was listed in the best-selling historical commemorative coffee table book “1000 Women In Horror, 1895-2018” and at the NOVA Fest with the “Best Supporting Actress in a TV Series Award” for her work opposite star Casper Van Dien in “Stripped”. In 2021, her hometown of Philadelphia inducted her into the Phillytainment “PA Celebrity Hall Of Fame”. She was also awarded by television’s fancy The Telly Awards. She has worked opposite a big list of veteran actors, which includes, Mark Ruffalo, Andy Richter, Charles Durning, Michael Pare, Michael Madsen, Tony Todd, Billy Dee Williams, William Forsythe, Gabrielle Anwar, Danny Nucci, Jason Gedrick, Michael Nouri, Joey Lawrence, Dominique Swain, Courtney Gains, and many others.
Brooke Lewis Bellas age appears 46 and she is a Virgo. She is an Italian, Romanian Curvy Beauty with a long career and many fans worldwide and on Instagram.
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A heart-filled, passionate Philanthropist and Activist, she has performed on Broadway at the August Wilson Theatre and the Palace Theatre to benefit Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS as an AIDS. She has been an active participant in several charities supporting Breast Cancer Awareness for the Busted Foundation and The Lynn Sage Foundation, Women Empowerment as a Board Certified Life Coach, and is a Celebrity Ambassador for the Breaking The Chains Foundation.
TV Guide Magazine July 25-31, 2004 mentioned her for her role as Gina Grazano in the sitcom “Quintuplets” on FOX.
GoreZone Magazine “Vogue for Horror Fans” Celebrity Goremate August 2010.
Inspired by “Ms. Vampy’s Tween Tawk, Teen Tawk & In Between Tawk” in 2011, she became a Board Certified Life Coach.
Published “Ms. Vampy’s Teen Tawk: There’s A Lotta Power In Ya Choices” book for teen girls October 2015. Hit Amazon #1 New Release in two categories: Social Situations and Self-esteem & Self-respect.
Published “Coaching From A Professed Hot Mess: Tips on Life, Love, Dating, Online Dating, Female Empowerment & LGBT Support from a Board Certified Life Coach, TV Dating Expert & Hot Mess” August 2016. Hit Amazon #1 New Release in two categories: Etiquette and Etiquette Guides & Advice.
Inducted into the Phillytainment “PA Celebrity Hall Of Fame” in 2021, alongside Philadelphia natives, including 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.
Researching years of the web, gossip sites and social media, we found when she was younger, she was seen on dates with celebrities including Wilson Jermaine Heredia, Patrick Van Horn, Michael Lington, Andrew Stevens and more.
Married Retired Fire Chief Mark Bellas on June 1, 2019 at the Harry Houdini Houdini Estate, Hollywood by celebrity officiants Mitra Rahbar, Chris Robinson, and Craig Wyckoff. Their “Old Hollywood” themed Marriage Soiree included Master of Ceremonies Kyle T. Heffner, DJ Jonathan Gosselin, a Serenade from Susan Lanier with the late Delaney Bramlett classic song “Superstar” and Fantasy Frostings owner, Leslie Maynor-Anderson, designed their wedding cake, a replica of the cake she designed for Brooke Lewis Bellas’ idol, Elizabeth Taylor’s last wedding.