- 1 Who is Brooke Daniells?
- 2 How rich is she, as of now? Brooke Daniells Net Worth
- 3 Early Life, Nationality, Ethnicity, Educational Background
- 4 Professional Career
- 5 Appearance and Vital Statistics
- 6 Mother of Two Children
- 7 Relationship with Catherine Bell
- 8 Who is Her Partner? Catherine Bell Short Wiki/Bio
Who is Brooke Daniells?
Brooke Daniells (nee Jones) was born on 3 February 1972 under the sign of Aquarius, in Clearwater, Florida USA, and is a 48-year-old photographer and event planner, and also a Scientologist. However, she is probably best recognized for being in a lesbian relationship with famous Hollywood actress Catherine Bell.
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How rich is she, as of now? Brooke Daniells Net Worth
As of early 2020, Brooke Daniells’ net worth is estimated at over $1 million; earned largely from being active as a photographer and event co-ordinator. She also increased her wealth through her career as a Scientologist.
Moreover, Brooke probably shares the wealth of her famous partner, Catherine Bell, who has a net worth reputedly over $15 million. They also share a house valued at over $2 million.
Early Life, Nationality, Ethnicity, Educational Background
Since she was born in the US, Brooke Daniells is an American by nationality; she belongs to the White Caucasian ethnic group. She spent her childhood with her two siblings named Damien Jones and Phaedra Jones, in her hometown of Clearwater – her mother is former actress Penny Atwell Jones, while her father’s name is unknown. She graduated from Sam Houston State University in Texas in 1994, with a BA degree in Psychology.
Brooke Daniells is an accomplished photographer. She became interested in photography very early and even participated in various competitions related to photography. Besides that, it is known that Brooke practices Scientology, so also pursues her professional career as a Scientologist. She also works at the museum Psychiatry: An Industry of Death, established by the Church of Scientology and located in Los Angeles, California. She works as an event co-ordinator as well.
Appearance and Vital Statistics
Brooke Daniells has long blonde hair and dark brown eyes. She stands at a height of 5ft 10ins(1.78m), while she weighs around 154lbs (70kgs).
Mother of Two Children
Before she became romantically involved in a relationship with Catherine Bell, she was married. Her husband was Kenn Daniells, who worked as a product manager at Loop LLC. Brooke gave birth to their first child, a son named Sage Daniells, in 2006, and they welcomed their second child, a daughter named Zoe Danielles, in 2009. The couple divorced in 2012.
Relationship with Catherine Bell
Following her divorce, Brooke Daniells met Scientologist Catherine Bell at the museum where she was working, and soon started their relationship. Catherine was married to actor, screenwriter, and producer Adam Beason from 1994 to 2012; they welcomed their first child, a daughter named Gemma, in 2003, and their son Ronan was born in 2010.
There were some rumors that she left her husband for her relationship with Brooke, since they moved in together in 2012. Brooke and Catherine have adopted each other’s children.
Who is Her Partner? Catherine Bell Short Wiki/Bio
Catherine Lisa Bell was born on 14 August 1968 under the sign of Leo in London, England UK of Scottish and Iranian ancestry. She is the daughter of architect Peter Bell and nurse Mina Ezzati. At the age of two, her parents divorced and she moved with her mother to the United States, settling in San Fernando Valley, California. She there lived with her maternal grandparents who were Muslims, but she went to the all-girl Our Lady of Corvallis Catholic High School in Los Angeles.
Upon matriculation, she enrolled into the University of California, Los Angeles to study Medicine; however, she dropped out to pursue modelling career.
Catherine started her career by landing a modeling job in Japan. Once she returned to the US, she studied Acting at the Beverly Hills Playhouse. Side by side, Catherine worked as a massage therapist at the Peninsula Hotel to earn enough money to support her career – one of her clients was singer Peter Gabriel. In 1990, she made her television debut in an episode of the sitcom “Sugar And Spice” in which she had a single sentence.
She then guest-starred in an episode of the Fox sitcom “True Colors”, after which came her first notable role as Isabella Rossellini’s nude body double in the 1992 black comedy film “Death Becomes Her”.
Rise to Fame and “JAG”
In 1994, Catherine landed the role of Grace Lashield in the action film “Men Of War”, followed by her portrayal of Lt. Col. Sarah MacKenzie in the legal drama series “JAG”, created by Donald P. Bellisario. The series lasted for ten seasons, from 1996 until 2005, increasing her popularity worldwide.
In the meantime, she starred as Lisa in Rick Jacobson’s 1998 action film “Black Thunder”, played Susan Ortega in the 2003 fantasy comedy film “Bruce Almighty”, starring alongside Jim Carrey, and portrayed Emily Patterson in the Sci-Fi Channel’s three-part mini-series “The Triangle” in 2005.
“Army Wives” and “The Good Witch” Franchise
Catherine was chosen to feature in the lead role of Denise Sherwood in the drama series “Army Wives”, aired on the Lifetime channel from 2007 to 2013. Meantime, she landed the lead role of Cassandra ‘Cassie’ Nightingale in the Hallmark Channel film series “The Good Witch” between 2008 and 2014. The film series spawned the fantasy comedy-drama television series of the same titles, in which Catherine reprised the role of Cassie from 2015 to 2019. She also served as a co-executive producer for all film titles and the series.
Other Major Roles and Recent Projects
In 2011, Catherine played Abby Collins in the Lifetime thriller “Last Man Standing”, starred as Joanne in the comedy “The Bandit Hound” and portrayed Dawn in the Netflix buddy action comedy “The Do-Over”, both in 2016. During the following year, she landed the lead roles of Beth Davis in the action drama “High-Rise Rescue”, Lydia in the Hallmark Channel romance “Christmas In The Air”, and Jane McKendrick in another Hallmark Channel romance, entitled “Home For Christmas Day”. In 2018, she reprised the role of Lt. Col. Sarah MacKenzie in two episodes of the CBS action series “NCIS: Los Angeles”.