|Famed for being a ‘Triple Threat’ Canadian-born actress Brooke Forbes’s career has taken her to great heights. She recently acted as pop
icon Lady Gaga in the new Penelope Spheris Film ‘Balls to the Wall’ and in the Oscar winning Tim Burton movie ‘Alice in Wonderland’
where she was the Queen’s Courtier. Her acting success continues with being cast as a principal performer in numerous US national
commercials including GM Cadillac Cars, Toyota, Labatt’s Blue Beer, Hostess Frito-Lay, AT &T, and Weight Watchers.
As a professional dancer she has toured with various high profile international dance companies throughout Europe, Japan, Morocco,
Hawaii, Canada and the United States, performing with music legends Frank Sinatra, James Brown and Diana Ross and the Temptations.
Brooke has also performed to Royalty including a world renowned performance for Prince Albert of Monaco, and her original musical
twice for King Hasan, the King of Morocco in Africa. As a vocalist Brooke appeared with the Starlight Orchestra, a 22 piece Orchestra,
most notably in a gala performance for President Clinton in Washington.
Her musical theatre background led her to choreograph and perform her original act in the off-Broadway Theatre “Tatou” in New York
City. She launched the campaign for Galoob Toys ‘Skydancer’ doll, originating the part of the live character in New York City, has
performed as ‘Sandy’ the female lead in ‘Grease the Tour’, and as ‘Madonna’ in her own ‘Ray of Light’ tribute show for the Canadian
Armed Forces in Bosnia, Sarajevo, Trinidad and most recently in Japan, for the U.S. Navy, USO Tours.
Brooke created the character ‘Natasha’ after performing a “Russian Spartan woman” in the Hollywood Play “Lysistrata”. Out of boredom
on the social scene in every “watering hole” in Los Angeles, Brooke started acting as the young girl from the fantasy 4th world country of
Crapistan, which eventually this led her to creating a Stand-Up piece as the audacious character in the Los Angeles Stand-Up Comedy
circuit. With rave reviews and audiences left wanting to see more, Brooke decided to develop her ‘Natasha’ character further and penned
a Pilot for a Half-hour TV show ready to be pitched to major Networks and titled is ‘Natasha The Mail Order Bride – Escape to America’.
Brooke holds copyrights, trademarks, WGAW, and licensing rights for ‘Natasha The Mail Order Bride - Escape to America’, ‘Crapistani
Bride’ and ‘Who’s that Girl?’ a musical with 22 original songs, pitched for Broadway.