Brooke Lewis

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Brooke Lewis
Born Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Occupation Actress, producer, writer, author, TV personality
Years active 1986–present
Notable work iMurders, Dahmer vs. Gacy
Website Brooke Lewis

Brooke Lewis is an American actress, producer, TV personality, writer, and author.

She began her career in theatre and musical theatre and got her break in the New York Off-Broadway comedy Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding. Best known as a scream queen for her roles in various horror films, including Polycarp (2007), iMurders (2008), Slime City Massacre (2010) and the Ms. Vampy (2009) television series, she also gained attention in the science fiction genre with Starship: Rising (2014) and the mobster genre with Sinatra Club (2010).

Beside her scream queen reputation, Lewis is known as a board certified life coach, dating coach and dating expert, appearing on TV segments, writing for The Huffington Post and as the host of the dating talk-show Breaking Dating (2015).

Early life[edit]

Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Is of Romanian and Italian descent. Her parents were divorced when she was only two. Lewis began her career with minor roles in popular TV series such as One Life to Live and Quintuples.

She was a one-hit-wonder as a singer with the freestyle dance song “Get Me Off Your Mind” (1996) on Metropolitan Records.[citation needed] She starred in the short film that won third place in the original Project Greenlight (2001) on HBO.[citation needed] She made her living acting in New York for four years, before packing it up and heading to Hollywood. Never forgetting her ties to the LOVE statue and Geno’s steaks, she created Philly Chick Pictures (2002) to further her acting and producing career.

She later has co-starred in iMurders (starring Gabrielle Anwar, William Forsythe, on which she is also executive producer), Polycarp (starring Michael Pare, Charles Durning), Sinatra Club (starring Jason Gedrick and Danny Nucci), Dahmer vs. Gacy, Lazarus: Apocalypse (starring James Duval) and Starship: Rising (starring Marilyn Ghigliotti and Claudia Wells).[1] In 2009 she created her own TV show, Ms. Vampy, followed by Ms. Vampy’s Tween Tawk, Teen Tawk & In Between Tawk (2011), Ms. Vampy’s Bites and Ms. Vampy’s Love Bites (both 2013). She was also honoured as Scream Queen of the Month in November 2008.[2] In 2009, she was listed as one of the “Guests of Honor” at Crypticon.

In 2015, she co-starred in The Mourning besides Dominique Swain.[3]




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