Brooke D’Orsay – Four Most Important Facts

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Brooke D'orsay

When you hear the name Brooke D’Orsay for the first time, you may just assume a few things about her nationality and a few other things. This is the end of your regime of assumptions. Here, we bring you all the facts you need to know about the actress who played roles in “Royal Pain” and “Two and a Half Men” and who is the “Drop Dead Diva”. In four important sections.

Brooke D’Orsay was born in Ontario

Brooke D’Orsay was born in Toronto, Ontario in February 1982. She was born to William and Jackie D’Orsay who happened to be university professionals. And despite that Celtic-sounding last name and the fact that she wasn’t born in Quebec, Brooke is of Huguenot French origin. We know of one Brooke sibling, an older brother who is a web developer.

According to the scanty information we have on her past, the actress desires to become a movie star came when she was in High School (name unknown). It makes sense as her first film credit happened at around the time when she just left high school.

Brooke D’Orsay career and credits

Brooke D’Orsay career began in 2001. The title of the movie turned out to be a question she might have asked of her future – “Why Can’t I Be a Movie Star?” The answer was a firm yes as within the next one year she was part of four films and two TV dramas in which she played minor one-episodic roles.

In 2014, D’Orsay was part of the American legal fantastic comedy on Lifetime (It is a usual thing for Canadians to make the cross to Hollywood). The story centers around a plus-size lawyer who returns to life with her full body but with the soul of a fashion model who was recently killed on her way to audition. This model was played by Ms. D’Orsay.

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She played a prominent voice role in the Canadian pre-teen and teenage animated series “6Teen” that was aired on Teletoon, Nickelodeon and Cartoon Network as some point in its four seasons and six years 92004 to 2010) of existence. Brooke played the role of a spoiled teenage girl with a love for shopping named Caitlin Cooke.

Brooke went on to feature in “Two and a Half Men” on CBS. She played the recurring role of Kate a broke woman who attracted the attention of a billionaire who wooed her pretending to be poor in order to be loved for whom he is and not for his loot.

She was, too, in “Royal Pains” in a recurring role earlier on before going on to play a major role between the fourth and tenth episodes. One of her most recent TV appearances was in “Miss Christmas” where she played the role of Holly Khun, a role she later described as “so much fun”. Confessing that the only challenge was “wearing full winter clothes during the summer.”


Brooke D’Orsay’s relationship status is like fishing in a tumultuous body of water, you won’t catch a lot of fishes. The star is coy with the romantic side of her life. Considering that we don’t even know the high school she attended, this is not the only area where she has shown coyness.

Brooke D’Orsay is not married. It is, however, not ascertained if she is single or dating anyone. In 2012, however, there were rumors that she was dating Greg Coolidge. Coolidge is an American actor, writer, producer, and director. One of his best-known credit was as director of “Employee of the Year” in 2006. He is 46 years old as of pre-December late 2019. He should be married but there is no rumor that he is. We are not even sure if he is still going out with Dear Brooke.

And no, Brooke is not the kind of actress to get married and keep the whole affairs all hushed-up. She is still unmarried and the safe bet is that she is no longer with the filmmaker Coolidge.

Brooke D’Orsay’s net worth

Brooke D’Orsay is a rich woman. Not the kind of wealth to rival that of the so-called A-listers but enough for her to stand tall, considering her filmography isn’t exactly full of blockbusting lead roles. According to Celebrity Net Worth, the actress is worth a cool three million dollars.

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