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Is Brooke Elliott Married? Her Dating History

Updated On 30 Oct, 2022 Published On 30 Oct, 2022
Is Brooke Elliott Married? Her Dating History

Brooke Elliott is a singer and actress from the United States. In this article, learn all about the 47-year-old actress' personal life.

Brooke Elliott, 47, is a well-known American singer and actress with a net worth of $5 million. Elliott's musical theater credits include roles in Broadway productions of Taboo and The Pirate Queen, as well as US tours of Beauty and the Beast and Wicked.

Elliott's portrayal as Jane Bingum in the Lifetime series Drop Dead Diva and Dana Sue Sullivan in the romance drama Sweet Magnolias on Netflix brought her fame.

Is Brooke Elliott Already Taken? 

As per Hollywood Mask, On the set of Drop Dead Diva, Brooke Elliott plays the role of a plus-sized attorney who dreams of becoming a model and is involved in a rocky relationship with her boyfriend-turned-fiance, Owen French. The two have had an on-and-off relationship but have decided to break up forever due to their inability to resolve their issues.

Brooke Elliott, 47, is a well-known American singer and actress. SOURCE: Instagram

A piece written by Jessica Radloff for the magazine Glamour about Brooke showed that the ex-member of Babes With Blades was involved in a loving relationship. The date the story was published was June 1, 2012. Since that time, her romantic commitments have been maintained lowkey.

Since then people have been wondering whether or not Elliott is married to the person previously mentioned as her partner. Similarly, the tabloids publish at least one article per year that speculates about who she might marry in the future.

To the finest of our knowledge, we can nearly certainly say without a doubt that Brooke is not married. It is more likely that she is either looking for a partner with whom she can settle down as she approaches the age of 50 or that she already has someone in mind. 

Brooke Elliott Wiki/Bio

On November 16, 1974, Brooke Elliott was born in Fridley, Minnesota. Her parents are Robert Elliott, a city manager, and Kathleen Elliott. Elliott grew up with her siblings named, Jamie Alexander and Adam Elliott. Her parents stated that she started singing when she was three years old, and there was a film of her when she was three years old singing You Light Up My Life.

On November 16, 1974, Brooke Elliott was born in Fridley, Minnesota. SOURCE: Instagram

Elliott's family relocated on multiple occasions, initially settling in Blaine, Minnesota, and afterward relocating out of state to Missouri, Oklahoma, and Illinois. When Brooke was a junior in high school, the family made Riverview, Michigan, their permanent residence.

After four years at Gabriel Richard Catholic High School, Brooke graduated in 1993. As a student, she took part in the school's many musical productions, such as Richard III and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.

After graduating with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Musical Theatre Performance from Western Michigan University in 1998, Brooke pursued her career. She held jobs as a temp and as a server, one of which was at a restaurant with a 1950s theme and a requirement that she dances on the tables every hour.

Elliott was a part of the Chicago-based stage combat theatre troupe Babes With Blades for a total of ten weeks in the year 1999. She acted out a scene from Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves, The Miracle Worker, and Heathers as part of her performance for that role. Brooke went out to begin her first professional theater role as the Sugar Bowl in the touring version of Beauty and the Beast in the United States.

In addition, Brooke was a member of the cast of the North American tour of Wicked, in which Adam Lambert also participated. She credited Rosie O'Donnell for her first Broadway role, which she played alongside Boy George in the play Taboo. After that, Elliott performed the role of Majella in The Pirate Queen, which first debuted in Chicago in 2006 and then transferred to Broadway in 2007.

Elliott's debut film role was in Mel Gibson's What Women Want, which was released in 2000. It was in an episode of Law & Order: Trial by Jury that she made her debut on television. Brooke was given the role of the show's main heroine, Jane Bingum, on the Lifetime television program Drop Dead Diva in 2009.

During her time as the main character on Drop Dead Diva, Brooke has discussed the perspective of plus-size actresses on television. However, she describes her body type as normal-sized and has stated, "The majority of women in America look like me. It's one of the many reasons why I enjoy watching the show so much."

In 2016, Brooke played opposite Katey Sagal in the comedy pilot for CBS called Upper Middle Bogan. In 2018, she was featured in the ABC comedy pilot created by Bobby Bowman about a dysfunctional family coping with mental illness.

In 2019, Elliott was given a starring part in the romantic drama series Sweet Magnolias, which is shown on Netflix. A Country Christmas Harmony was a holiday film that aired on Lifetime in 2022 and that she also executive produced and starred in as a country music superstar.

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