Brooke Williams is an actress who has starred in more than 20 movies and TV shows, and is perhaps still best recognized for her portrayal of Aurelia in the blockbuster biographical action-adventure series “Spartacus”.
|Date of birth||January 3, 1984|
|Place||Christchurch, New Zealand|
|Age||38 years old (as of 2022)|
|Course||New Zealand drama school|
Brooke Williams Biography
Brooke Williams was born on January 3, 1984 in Christchurch, New Zealand; her zodiac sign is Capricorn and she is a New Zealand national. Brooke was raised in Christchurch with her brother Alan by their parents, Clare Elizabeth Collett and Guy Wordley Williams; little is known about her family, as Brooke respects their privacy. She became interested in acting at a young age and, with her parents’ permission, enrolled in an acting class and began taking part in plays at a community theater. Brooke graduated in 2001, at the age of 17, and then moved to London, England to pursue her acting career, studying at the Globe Theatre, Acting for Screen and the Mme Course. She won a Total Theater Award for her performance in the play “Gogo the Boy with Magic Feet” at the 2002 Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
She returned to New Zealand and enrolled in Toi Whakaari: New Zealand Drama School, graduating in 2006 with a Bachelor of Performing Arts.
Brooke Williams Height, Weight
Brooke is 1.6 m tall and weighs about 110 lbs. She has long black hair and blue eyes (50 kg).
Brooke made her screen debut as a waitress in the 2005 romantic family comedy ‘Meet me in Miami’ and she was cast as Erin in the drama ‘Kissy Kissy’ in 2007. In the same year, Brooke went to Auckland and joined the Auckland Theater Company, appearing as Juliet in their performance of “Romeo & Juliet”.
In 2010, she played Margot Bramwell in Jason Stutter’s crime comedy ‘Predicament’, which also starred Jemaine Clement, Heath Franklin and Hayden Frost. The film follows two characters living in 1930s New Zealand and won six of the twelve Oscars it was nominated for. Brooke played the role of Maria in John Maclean’s hit 2015 action-adventure thriller “Slow West” which also starred Kodi Smit-McPhee, Cary Pistorius and Aorere Paki.
It follows a British man who travels across the United States in search of his true love; the film won seven of the 27 awards it was nominated for. Brooke also starred in the drama “Venus and Mars” in 2015.
Brooke’s most recent film appearances were in the 2017 short drama ‘A Woman’s Right to Shoes’, the 2019 short drama ‘This Place’ and the 2021 short drama ‘June’; she just finished production on the upcoming romantic comedy ‘Love Knots’ which is set to release in 2022.
Brooke made her TV series debut with her portrayal of Wanda in three episodes of the 2009 comedy-drama ‘Go Girls’ while in the following years she made guest appearances in a number of popular series including the action-adventure drama ‘Legend of the Seeker,” the sci-fi thriller “This Is Not My Life,” and the crime comedy-drama “Outrageous Fortune.”
Brooke appeared in both episodes of the action science fiction thriller miniseries “Ice”, starring Richard Roxburgh, Frances O’Connor and Claire Forlani, following professor and environmental scientist Thom Archer, who has discovered that the Earth is in danger. Brooke appeared in a supporting role in the fantasy comedy “The Almighty Johnsons” the following year.
Brooke Williams net worth in 2022
She has an estimated net worth of $1 million to $5 million which she earned as a writer. Her annual compensation ranges from $40,000 to $110,500.
brooke williams boyfriend, dating
Williams is quite quiet about her personal life that is why it is not known if she is in a relationship. There are also no reports that she has had previous relationships.