Brooke Burke at:
Famous Beauties Site
Born: September 8, 1971 Tucson, Arizona, USA
Model / TV Hostess
Mother: Diane Hatounian, Portuguese/Irish
Father: George Burke,
aluminum siding salesman, French/Irish, estranged
Stepfather: Armen Hatounian,
since Brooke was 2.
Middle child of 7 siblings (with 3 older sisters
and 3 younger brothers),
Husband: Garth Fisher, plastic surgeon, married 2001
Daughters: Neriah, born March, 2000;
Sierra Sky, born April 2, 2002.
Currently Resides: Los Angeles, CA
Education: UCLA, business advertising and broadcast journalism
in Tucson, Arizona, Brooke Burke never envisioned herself in the entertainment
industry. "When I was young, I wanted to do something more low-key, like become
a drummer in a rock band," she says.While accompanying a high school friend
to a modeling agency in Scottsdale, Arizona, Brooke was discovered by a talent
scout who happened to be there.
modeling near her hometown and going on to win an acting scholarship, Burke moved
to Los Angeles where she studied broadcast journalism at UCLA. During her first year at school, Burke signed with the industry's highest profile
agencies including Ford, Wilhelmina, and Cunningham-Escott-Dipene.
Brooke's big break occurred in 1997 when she landed the coveted spot as host of E! Entertainment Television's travel show Wild On. This led to a stint as a spokesperson for the Norwegian Cruise Line. In the meantime, she posed for Playboy in 2001, started her own swimwear line, and released her own swimsuit calendars in 2003 and 2004
Brooke lives with her husband,
Garth Fisher, and their daughters, Neriah and Sierra Sky, in Los Angeles, California.
During a chat with Playboy fans online, Brooke tersely responded when asked if her breasts were real: "Do they look real?" When pressed further on being cosmetically enhanced, Brooke fired back bluntly, "Yes, and I don't know a swimsuit model in LA who's not."
"I don‘t want to die with any
regrets. I‘ll try anything once. Well, almost anything."
“I like feet. I definitely have a fetish. I love
to see a man’s bare foot, but it’s got to be taken care of. If they’re
not well manicured, you’ve got to wonder what the rest of him is
like.I don’t want to get in bed with somebody and feel his gnarly
"The greatest thing a man can have is confidence,
be sincere and know how to have a good time. I can't be with somebody
who is completely set in their ways -- they have to be flexible.
I've got to be able to take them to a bar and drink beers, stay
in a five-star hotel and fine-dine, and then go camping and they
won't mind. I also like strong hands and feet."