legendary “Scream Queen,” a title bestowed on her for her work in the entertainment world, is a also an accomplished actress, producer, author and philanthropist.
There are tons of talented beings in the world working across different industries and sectors, but do all go ahead in becoming prominent names in their industries? Well, the ones who believe in pushing the envelope, doing the different and offering something unique to the people they serve or cater to go ahead in creating a unique niche for themselves believes one such incredible self-made success story, a woman of power and influence in the world of entertainment; she is none other than Brooke Lewis Bellas. This woman is an award-winning actress, producer, and whatnot, making her name across Hollywood and inspiring so many other budding talents out there in the world.
Who is Brooke Lewis Bellas, you ask? Well, this beauty based in the US is all about her passion, madness, and love for art and creative work, which has been what helped her walk her path and gain immense love and appreciation from the audiences for each of her projects. Her portfolio is an extensive and exhaustive one, consisting of some of the greatest characters she has played among different films. She is known for the 2008 mystery thriller “iMurders” (STARZ), the 2010 mobster movie “Sinatra Club” (Netflix), the 2007 thriller “Kinky Killers” (SHOWTIME) and Ms. Vampy. “Ms. Vampy” TV/talk show/web series was produced by her in 2009, in which she also starred. With “Kinky Killers”, she had the title of ‘Scream Queen’ bestowed upon her in the industry. The Philly Chick had moved to New York City and landed her “break” in the Actors’ Equity Off-Broadway hit comedy “Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding,” which continued her comedy career when she moved to Hollywood to be seen on TV sitcoms (FOX) “Quintuplets” and “Mafiosa.” In 2002, she launched Philly Chick Pictures to produce and create greater opportunities for herself as an actress.
Her career consists of innumerable accolades and achievements of hers. Some of them include the ‘B-Movie Award for Scream Queen of The Year’ for her work in “Slime City Massacre.” In 2016, she received the ‘Mary Pickford Award’ to “Highlight Women in The Film Arts” at Zed Fest. In 2017, she was honoured by the prestigious Actors Awards with the ‘Best Actress In A Drama Award’ for her work in “Sprinkles,” and was also acknowledged with the honorable ‘Stella Adler Acting Award’ at the Action On Film International Film Festival for her work in “Psycho Therapy,” as well as many others. In 2019, she was inducted into The Carney Board for the honorable Carney Awards Character Actor Hall Of Fame created in honor of character actor icon Art Carney. In 2020, she was honored in the best-selling historical commemorative coffee table book ‘1000 Women In Horror, 1895-2018′. Recently, in 2021, she was inducted into the Phillytainment’ PA Celebrity Hall Of Fame’ and was also honoured by television’s coveted The Telly Awards. Throughout her career, Brooke Lewis Bellas had the opportunity to work alongside an incredible list of talented veteran actors like Mark Ruffalo, Andy Richter, Billy Dee Williams, Gabrielle Anwar, Charles Durning, Michael Pare, Michael Madsen, Tony Todd, and many others.
Brooke is a passionate Philanthropist and has performed on Broadway at the August Wilson Theatre and the Palace Theatre to benefit Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS as an AIDS Activist, has been an active force 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.
To know more, visit her website, https://brookelewisbellas.com/bio/