Brooke Burfitt

Brooke Burfitt (born 23 December 1988) is an English actress and radio presenter.

Brooke Burfitt (aka Brooke Burfitt-Dons) is the daughter of Louise Burfitt-Dons who set up the children’s anti-bullying charity Act Against Bullying and Donald, a retired Qantas captain. She has an Economics and Business with East European Studies degree from University College London. She currently lives in Bermuda.

Burfitt appeared in On The Ropes, as Joe Egan's girlfriend in a mockumentary about a behind the scenes look at the boxing world. In Death she was directed by Martin Gooch which won at the Feel Good Film Festival in 2012. She has also featured in the comedy Pulp and the movie Soft Touch.

In 2014, Brooke worked with actor and film maker Stuart Brennan on a zombie apocalypse feature film 'Plan Z' as supporting lead role, Irish girl Kate. The film went on to win Best Thriller at the National Film Awards UK

Brooke Burfitt stars as the lead role in independent feature "By Any Means (2017 film)" as "Mimi Wyatt". The film stars Jonathan Cheban from Keeping Up With The Kardashians as Mimi's agent. Radar Online says the film's storyline channels Kim Kardashian's paris robbery in 2016. Burfitt won Best Actress award at the Wexford Film Festival, where the film also went on to win Best Film. By Any Means (2017 film) won Best International Feature Film at the 2017 Polish International Film Festival.

At the start of 2017, Brooke starred alongside Kelly McGillis and Kate Mansi in female-led thriller "Mother Of All Secrets", which is currently in post-production.

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