American actress, dancer, model and a television personality, Brooke Burke was born on September 8, 1971. She first rose to prominence through modeling for Playboy, Maxim, FHM and Stuff. Besides, she’s also widely acknowledged as the host of “Wild On” and “Rock Star”. She was the winner of the seventh season of “Dancing with the Stars”. And currently, she co-hosts the tenth season of the program. She has accomplished a lot during her brief career period. A native from Hartford, Connecticut she was raised in Tucson, Arizona. Daughter of Donna and George Burke, Brooke’s exotic look is the derivation of her multi-ethnical background. Growing up, she had never envisioned herself being a part of entertainment industry. Instead, she wanted to do something low-key. By the time, she reached eighteen, she was discovered by a modeling scout and on his suggestion, she pursued with modeling career appearing on magazine covers, billboards to bikini wear and just about everything.
- September 8, 1971 (age 42)
- 5' 7" (1.70 m)
She continued her education despite embarking on glamorous career. Throughout late 90s, she kept herself going with modeling contracts and couple of advertisement deals. Year 1999, she landed the career changing opportunity when she was approached to host “Wild On!” an outrageous weekly travel show for E! Network. Her job required her to visit the exotic locations around the world while wearing next to nothing. A dreamy, seductive host with most exhilarating adventure show made “Wild On!” the most watched show in America. Obviously, she went on to become one of the hottest commodities. Following the success, she got offers to pose for some of the raunchiest men’s magazines. Her cover shots made her even more popular. Post, “wild on”, she decided on to pursuing her career as an actor. But her aspirations were farfetched since she hardly landed couple of forgettable roles on films and later decided on to returning to the hosting jobs. In fact, she’s gained much fame and recognition as a host than she did with any other profession.
Year 2005, she accepted the proposal to host reality show “Rock Star”, series where aspiring singers competed to front a rock band. Viewers showered their love to Brooke and accepted her as their host. As much as audiences, Brooke also enjoyed being associated with the show. In 2007, she appeared on the seventh season of most watched and loved celebrity dancing reality program “Dancing with the stars” and came out as the winner. That same year, she also launched a company “Baboosh Baby.com” an online retail site that offers every must-have items for expectant mothers. Amidst, all the hassles, she published her first book titled “The Naked Mom: A modern mom’s fearless revelations, Savvy Advice, and Soulful Reflections” on February 1, 2011. As for now, she’s co-hosting “Dancing with the stars”.
Speaking of her personal life, she’s currently married to husband David Charvet since 2011. Together, they have a daughter, Heaven Rain and a son, Shaya Braven. Brooke has most definitely found her happily ever after with David. But she had to go through heartache before she met him. She was formerly married to a plastic surgeon, Garth Fisher and has two children with him, Neriah and Sierra. However, her relationship with Garth crumbled just after four years of union. So, they both decided to part ways and live separately. Now, she’s found love with her current spouse and is leading a blissful family life.
Forty two year old Brooke is a mother of four. It’s simply miraculous since she does not appear as a mom. She states that the combination of regular work out and healthy diet has helped her get back in shape and remain hot as ever. Five feet and seven inches tall Brooke even after post pregnancy flaunts the leanest figure with the measurement of 36-22-34 only. She’s such an inspiration to every new moms struggling with post pregnancy weight issues. Other details about her can be obtained from wiki and other personal sites relating her. She was diagnosed with thyroid cancer on November 8, 2012 and is gradually recovering from surgery.