Brooke Burke-Charvet, was born on September 8, 1971. She is an American actress, dancer, model and television personality.
Brooke was born in Hartford, Connecticut, but was raised in Tucson, Arizona. Her parents, Donna and George Burke had two children, Brooke being the youngest. Brooke’s father left the family when she was only two years old and because of that, her Armenian stepfather raised her. He honored her mother by raising her Jewish. Brooke has carried on that tradition by also raising her children Jewish and considers this an important part of who she is.
Not only is she a great host, but also a great model and writer. She appeared in magazines such as Maxim, Stuff, Playboy and FHM, and in 2007 was listed as one of Blender’s hottest women of film and TV. Brooke wrote and published her first book titled The Naked Mom: A Modern Mom’s Fearless Revelations, Savvy Advice, and Soulful Reflections in February of 2011. It features her reflections on motherhood, Hollywood, romance, and the challenges of creating a blended family.
Burke has been married twice. Her first marriage was to plastic surgeon Garth Fisher. They had two daughters together: Neriah and Sierra. She then married actor David Charvet and had a daughter Rain and a son Shaya. In 2011, Burke announced that she would be taking husband David Charvet’s last name.
On November 8, 2012, Burke Charvet announced she had thyroid cancer and underwent surgery. She was very strong and brave throughout the whole process, and a few months later on December 12, 2012, she announced all cancer had been removed.
Let us take you through Brooke Burke-Charvet’s incredible fitness journey in an exclusive interview with Namita Nayyar, President Women Fitness.
Ms. Namita Nayyar:
Brooke, you have been ranked as one of the sexiest women in the world and have appeared on top-selling swimsuit calendars and magazines. Most women feel they need to starve in order to look fit. Could you please give us some insight into your diet routine?
Ms. Brooke Burke:
“I don’t believe in fad diets and quick fixes. I don’t think they last and they do not work. For me, the key is really developing a healthy lifestyle and a diet that you can maintain. I don’t even really like using the word diet, but I do eat sort of a “Mediterranean diet”. This consists of lots of good fats, nuts, Herbs, spices, lean meat, fish, salads, and veggies. I also drink a ton of water and eat frequent small and healthy meals.”
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