Kelly Brook

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Kelly Brook
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Brook at the 2015 Television Critics Association’s Press Tour
Born
Kelly Ann Parsons

(1979-11-23) 23 November 1979 (age 39)
Rochester, Kent, England
Occupation
  • Model
  • actress
Years active1997–present
Website kellybrook.com

Kelly Brook (born 23 November 1979) [1] is an English model, actress and television presenter best known for her modelling work in the UK, and in the US for her role in the NBC sitcom One Big Happy , as well as a regular panelist on Celebrity Juice . She has featured as a guest on a number of shows including Strictly Come Dancing and The Nightly Show , and is currently a presenter on the Heart London drive show. [2]

One Big Happy is a television sitcom produced by Ellen DeGeneres starring Elisha Cuthbert, Nick Zano and Kelly Brook, about a gay woman, Lizzy, who is pregnant with her best friend Luke's baby, while he is in love with another woman, Prudence. The show was created by Liz Feldman, and it premiered on March 17, 2015. Six episodes were ordered by NBC. The series was canceled after one season.

<i>Celebrity Juice</i> television series

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<i>Strictly Come Dancing</i> British television series

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Brook has been called a sex symbol and style icon. [3] She was crowned FHM 's Sexiest Woman in the World in 2005 [4] and as of 2015 had appeared in every FHM 100 Sexiest countdown since 1998. [5]

Sex symbol famous person or fictional character widely regarded to be very sexually attractive

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<i>FHM</i> magazine

FHM is a men's lifestyle magazine published in several international territories. Its defunct master edition contained features such as the FHM 100 Sexiest Women in the World, which has featured models, TV presenters, reality stars and singers.

Early life

Brook was born and raised in Rochester, Kent as Kelly Ann Parsons, the daughter of Sandra Kelly, a cook, and Kenneth Parsons, a scaffolder. She has a younger brother, Damian, and an older half-sister, Sasha. [6] Kenneth Parsons died, aged 57, in Rochester from lung cancer, [7] on 26 November 2007, during Brook's time on Strictly Come Dancing . [8] Brook attended the Thomas Aveling School in Warren Wood, Rochester. In 1996 at the age of seventeen she appeared in the second series of "Fist of Fun", the BBC comedy show from Stewart Lee and Richard Herring as a schoolgirl in a series of sketches entitled 'Teachers' (one of her co-stars was the young Daniel Mays). She studied at the Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts in London for three years during this time before becoming a professional model at the age of 16. [9]

Rochester, Kent town and historic city in the unitary authority of Medway in Kent, England

Rochester is a town and was a historic city in the unitary authority of Medway in Kent, England. It is at the lowest bridging point of the River Medway about 30 miles (50 km) from London.

Lung cancer cancer in the lung

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The Thomas Aveling School is a secondary school and sixth form with academy status, located in Rochester, Kent, England.

Modelling

Brook in a campaign for the LG Optimus One mobile phone in 2010 Kelly Brook in 2010.jpg
Brook in a campaign for the LG Optimus One mobile phone in 2010

Brook's modelling career began at 16 after she won a beauty competition, into which she had been entered by her mother. [6] She later worked on a range of advertising campaigns, including Foster's Lager, Renault Mégane, Walker's crisps, Piz Buin and Bravissimo, a company that specialises in bras and lingerie for large-breasted women. Her figure eventually caught the eye of the editorial team of the Daily Star tabloid, [9] which began featuring her as a Page Three girl.

Foster's Lager is an internationally distributed brand of lager. It is owned by the international brewing group AB InBev, and is brewed under licence in a number of countries, including its biggest market, the UK, where the European rights to the brand are owned by Heineken International.

Renault Mégane Car model manufactured by Renault

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Walkers (snack foods) British snack food manufacturer

Walkers is a British snack food manufacturer mainly operating in the United Kingdom and Ireland. Walkers was founded in 1948 in Leicester, England by Henry Walker, and in 1989 was acquired by Lay's owner, Frito-Lay, a division of PepsiCo. They are best known for manufacturing potato crisps, and other, non-potato-based snack foods. It holds 56 percent of the British crisps market. In June 1999, Pepsico transferred ownership of its Walkers brands out of England and into a Swiss subsidiary, Frito-Lay Trading GmbH. Subsequently, the UK tax authorities managed to claw back less than a third of what it might have received had an unchanged structure continued producing the same sort of level of UK profits and tax as Walkers Snack Foods had in 1998.

Brook's picture soon began appearing in other lads' mags such as GQ , Loaded and FHM . In April of the same year,[ clarification needed (which year?)] a poll over 5,000 women for Grazia magazine considered her to have the best British female body. She also topped the 'FHM 100 Sexiest Women in the World' list in 2005, which was said to have polled 15 million people. Appearing in this list every year since 1998, she ranked No.34 in 2008, No.67 in 2009 and No.7 in 2010. [10] She was the cover star of FHM's World Cup 2010 special issue, [11] and was on the cover of the magazine in April 2011. [10]

<i>GQ</i> american magazine

GQ is an international monthly men's magazine based in New York City and founded in 1931. The publication focuses on fashion, style, and culture for men, though articles on food, movies, fitness, sex, music, travel, sports, technology, and books are also featured.

<i>Loaded</i> (magazine) British mens magazine

Loaded is an online men's lifestyle magazine. It launched as a mass-market print publication in 1994, which ceased being issued in March 2015, but relaunched as a digital magazine on 11 November 2015. The content has changed, with semi-clothed women now absent.

In February 2007, it was announced that Brook had signed a contract, reported to be worth around £1m, to represent Unilever's Lynx body spray, known as "Axe" in the US and in continental Europe. [12] She has appeared on billboards, in newspapers and on-line as part of their advertising campaign. [13] She has also appeared in commercials for Sky + and T Mobile and modelled for Reebok.

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Reebok is an English footwear and apparel company, subsidiary of German sportsgiant Adidas since 2005. Reebok produces and distributes fitness, running and CrossFit sportswear including clothing and footwear. It is the official footwear and apparel sponsor for Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), CrossFit, Spartan Race, and Les Mills.

In 2010, she was chosen as the "new face and body" of lingerie maker Ultimo's advertising campaign. [14]

In September 2010, Brook appeared in the American edition of Playboy magazine. [15] In October 2010, Brook appeared live at Clapham Picture House to surprise cinemagoers as part of a promotion for Carlsberg and Sky 3D. [16] In November 2010, Brook presented an award at MTV's EMA's in Madrid. [17]

Brook produces a line of swimwear with New Look, for which she herself has modelled. [18]

In September 2014, Brook launched a clothing line for Simply Be. [19] The following year, she became a brand ambassador for Skechers. [20]

Television career

Presenter

In 1997, aged eighteen, Brook started presenting youth television programmes on MTV, Granada Television and the Trouble TV channel. [9] Brook had a breakthrough into mainstream presenting in January 1999, when she was chosen to replace Denise van Outen as the female half of The Big Breakfast hosting team, alongside Johnny Vaughan. She left the show in July 1999. [21] In 2005, she hosted the reality television programme Celebrity Love Island for ITV.

Reality television

In 2007, Brook participated in the celebrity dancing competition Strictly Come Dancing on BBC1, with dance partner was Brendan Cole. During the TV series, her father Kenneth Parsons died from cancer, [8] and although she initially decided to continue dancing in his memory, she withdrew from the competition in week nine. [22]

Brook at the January 2009 London Boat Show KellyBrookJan09.jpg
Brook at the January 2009 London Boat Show

She also competed in the Strictly Come Dancing Christmas Special 2008 , dancing the Jive with Brian Fortuna, Brendan Cole having to compete with his later partner Lisa Snowdon. Brook and Fortuna were put into fourth place, but with the studio audience's vote they came second to Jill Halfpenny and Darren Bennett. In 2008, Brook took Jennifer Ellison's place as one of the three judges on the second series of the reality TV programme Dirty Dancing: The Time of Your Life , [23] broadcast between September and November 2008.

In January 2009, she joined the third series of Britain's Got Talent as a fourth judge, but was subsequently axed from the programme after less than a week on the panel, the producers having decided the four-judge format was "too complicated". [24] Brook was billed as a guest judge in the episode in which she appeared, taped in Manchester and aired on 16 May.

In 2013, Brook became a temporary team captain on Celebrity Juice aired on ITV2. She appeared in Season 9, replacing Fearne Cotton while she was on maternity leave. In 2016, Brook served as a team captain on the Channel 5 panel show It's Not Me, It's You .

Acting

In 1997, Brook appeared in a Pulp video "Help the Aged" with Huck Whitney of the band the Flaming Stars, in a slow dance sequence. [25] Brook made her full screen debut with a minor role in the film Sorted . Shortly thereafter, she appeared in the film Ripper . She played the girlfriend of Clark Kent/Superman's nemesis Lex Luthor in four episodes of the American science fiction drama Smallville during the show's first season (2001–02). She has also completed assignments as a film actress in Canada and made a short appearance as Lyle's girlfriend in the 2003 film The Italian Job .

Her first starring role was in the 2004 film School for Seduction , for which she received positive reviews for her role. [26] In 2004, she played character Nikki Morris in the video game Need for Speed Underground 2 , alongside Brooke Burke. In 2005, she appeared in the Philippe Vidal thriller House of 9 , and starred opposite Billy Zane in the film Survival Island .

In 2006, she starred in an Agatha Christie's Marple drama on ITV and appeared as herself throughout the second series of Moving Wallpaper , also for ITV, in 2009. She acted in the science fiction thriller Shadow Play, directed by Nick Simon. [27]

Brook had a leading role in the horror comedy remake Piranha 3D . The film received a worldwide theatrical release on 20 August 2010. Piranha 3D opened to generally positive reviews [28] and commercial success, grossing $83,188,163 on a budget of $24,000,000. [29]

Kelly also played as herself in the British comedy film Keith Lemon: The Film .

In 2013 Brook appeared in the video to Lawson's song "Juliet".

In 2014 she was cast as Prudence in an NBC sitcom pilot called One Big Happy , [30] which was subsequently picked up on 9 May. [31] [32]

Theatrical work

In December 2000, she played exotic dancer Anya in the play "Eye Contact" at the Riverside Studios in Hammersmith. [33] [34] In October 2008, she returned to the West End as Jeannie, in Neil LaBute's Fat Pig at London's Comedy Theatre. [33] [34] Her performances have had mixed reviews, the Daily Mail said "Kelly Brook has a pencil waist and rabbit-thigh legs, but she is not a great interpreter of a role". [35] In November 2009, she began playing Celia in Calendar Girls at the Noël Coward Theatre, a role previously played by Jerry Hall. [36]

Brook made a cameo appearance in the cabaret show "Forever Crazy" by Crazy Horse London end of 2012. [37]

Other work

In September 2014, Brook released her autobiography. [38] which reached the Sunday Times Bestseller list on 21 September. [39] Domestic-violence groups and others criticised her during her promotional tour for laughing about punching two ex-boyfriends in the face. [40]

Brook is an animal lover and posed nude with her body painted in scales for the "Whose Skin Are You In?" campaign by PETA. [41]

At end of 2013 Brook opened her bar Steam and Rye in London. [42] In June 2014 Steam and Rye won Bar of the Year at the London Club and Bar Awards. [43]

Since January 2019, Brook has co-presented Heart London Drivetime and Saturday Breakfast with Jason King. [2]

Personal life

Brook met American actor Billy Zane while filming thriller Survival Island in Eleuthera, Bahamas in 2004. [44] Brook and Zane were engaged to be married in mid-2008 and acquired a house in Kent, but Brook postponed the wedding upon the death of her father in November 2007. The couple ended their relationship in April 2008 and briefly got back together before ending their relationship in August 2008. [44] [45]

Brook was romantically linked with rugby player Thom Evans. [46] On 16 March 2011, Brook announced, via her Twitter account, that she was pregnant and that she and Evans were expecting a baby girl. [47] On 9 May 2011, it was reported that Brook had miscarried. [48] Kelly announced on 1 February 2013 via Twitter that she and Evans broke up.

Filmography

Film

YearFilmRoleNotes
2000 Sorted Sarah
2001 Ripper Marisa Tavares
2003 Absolon Claire
The Italian Job Lyle's Girlfriend
2004 School for Seduction Sophia Rosselini
2005 House of 9 Lea
Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo Beautiful Woman in Painting
Survival Island (also known as Three)Jennifer
2006In the MoodEvashort film
2007 Fishtales Neried
2010 Piranha 3D Danni Arslow
RemovalKirby
2012 Keith Lemon: The Film Herself
2015 Taking Stock KateWon 4 awards at the Monaco International Film Festival
2018SantetLaura

Television

YearTitleRoleNotes
1996 Fist of Fun Suzanne2 episodes of series 2
1999 The Big Breakfast HerselfCo-presenter, for 6 months
2001The (Mis)Adventures of Fiona PlumFiona PlumTV film
2002 Smallville Victoria Hardwick 4 episodes in season 1
2005 Romy and Michele: In the Beginning Linda FashiobellaTV film
2006 Agatha Christie's Marple Elsie Holland The Moving Finger
2007 Hotel Babylon Lady Catherine Stanwoodseason 2 episode 3
Strictly Come Dancing ContestantTen episodes, finished sixth place
2009 Moving Wallpaper Kelly Brookfictional version of herself 5 episodes
Renaissancepilot in Moving Wallpaper, screened on itv.com [49]
Britain's Got Talent Judgejudge on the judging panel 2 episodes
2011 Skins Jemima1 episode, Series 5, Episode 3
2012–2013 Celebrity Juice Herself1 episode in series 8, Series 9 team captain
2012 Lemon la Vida Loca Herself1 episode
2012 Métal Hurlant Chronicles Skarr, Jen2 episodes
2013 NTSF:SD:SUV:: Anna1 episode
2013 Trollied Herself1 episode
2015 One Big Happy PrudenceRegular
2015Taking StockKate
2015 Celebrity Juice Herself1 episode
2016 It's Not Me, It's You HerselfTeam Captain
2018 Loose Women Regular panellist
2018–Dance Fit Co-hostwith Brendan Cole

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