“Scream Queen” veteran who has earned the title for her work in both New York and Hollywood, she is also a multi-award-winning actress, producer, and philanthropist in addition to her many other accomplishments.
Even though the entertainment industry is brimming with talented individuals, only a select few are willing to put in the time and effort necessary to establish themselves in the industry.
The ones who sacrifice and never give up, such as this incredible self-made success story, a woman of power and influence in the world of entertainment; she is none other than Brooke Lewis Bellas.
Awarded actress, producer, and philanthropist, this woman has made her mark from New York to Hollywood, while also serving as an inspiration to a generation of aspiring actors and actresses who followed in her footsteps.
You might be wondering, who exactly is Brooke Lewis Bellas.
This beautiful woman based in the United States, it’s all about her passion, commitment, and love for art and creative work, which has helped her stay true to herself and gain immense love and loyalty from her audiences for each of her projects to date.
Her resume is extensive and exhaustive, and it includes some wonderful characters that she has played in both independent films and television.
“iMurders” (STARZ, 2008), the 2010 mobster film “Sinatra Club” (Netflix), the 2007 thriller “Kinky Killers” (SHOWTIME), and the role of Ms. Vampy are among her most well-known credits.
In 2009, she produced and starred in the television/talk show/web series “Ms. Vampy,” in which she also served as executive producer.
As a result of the success of “Kinky Killers,” she was given the prestigious title of “Scream Queen” in the film industry.
This native Philadelphian moved to New York City right out of college 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, where she was seen on the FOX sitcom “Quintuplets” and “Mafiosa,” among other projects.
In 2002, she founded Philly Chick Pictures with the goal of producing films and expanding her acting opportunities.
Her career is filled with numerous honours and accomplishments that she has received.
In addition, she was honoured with the ‘B-Movie Award for Scream Queen of the Year’ for her role in the film “Slime City Massacre”
At Zed Fest in 2016, she was presented with the ‘Mary Pickford Award,’ which was created to “highlight women in the film arts.”
The prestigious Actors Awards recognised her for her performance in “Sprinkles” in 2017, and the Action On Film International Film Festival honoured her with the honourable “Stella Adler Acting Award” for her performance in “Psycho Therapy,” among many other awards and recognitions.
In 2019, she was inducted into The Carney Board, which oversees the prestigious Carney Awards Character Actor Hall Of Fame, which was established in memory of character actor legend Art Carney.
‘1000 Women in Horror, 1895-2018’, a best-selling historical commemorative coffee table book, will be published in 2020 to honour her contributions to the horror genre.
In 2021, she inducted into the Phillytainment’s Pennsylvania Celebrity Hall Of Fame, and she will also be honoured by television’s prestigious Telly Awards in the same year.
Brooke Lewis Bellas has had the privilege of working with an impressive roster of veteran actors, including Mark Ruffalo, Andy Richter, Billy Dee Williams, Gabrielle Anwar, Charles Durning, Michael Pare, Michael Madsen, Tony Todd, and many others, over the course of her career.
In addition to her work as an AIDS activist on Broadway, Brooke has been a prominent advocate for breast cancer awareness through the Busted Foundation and the Lynn Sage Foundation, women’s empowerment through her work as a Board Certified Life Coach, , and is a Celebrity Ambassador for the Breaking The Chains foundation. Brooke is a native of Philadelphia, then New Jersey and New York and has performed on Broadway at the August Wilson Theatre and the Palace Theatre to benefit Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.
Brooke is a proud member of the Producers Guild of America (PGA), the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences-New York Chapter (NY NATAS) and the San Francisco/Northern California Chapter (SF/NorCal NATAS) and an Emmy Awards Judge, as well as the Online Film & Television Association, Women in Film, and Film Independent, among many other organisations.