Rachele Brooke Smith Biography

Published On Jun 08, 2017
Facts of Rachele Brooke Smith
Date of Birth: 1987 , November-7
Birth Nation: United States
Height: 5 Feet 6 Inch
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Rachele Brooke Smith's ethnicity is White, and her nationality is American. Her parents are Tracy and Dr. Kris Smith. Smith grew up along with four siblings. She keeps most of her personal information secretly.

Rachele professional life started as an astonishment to people as she appeared in many movies. One of her biggest hit is The Nice Guys, released in 2016, here she shared the screen with star Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe. She also acted in Bomb City which represents one of the low rated criminal movies in the US.

Apart from acting and movie industry, Brooke Smith is famous for her charitable habits, she always makes time for charitable programs and also passionate about charity.

Smith is active in humanitarian aid and volunteers during her free time to help the homeless, children, women, and people in need. She goes around the country giving motivational speeches and promotes her web show UNBREAKABLE.

Rachele is not interested in making his daily life open to the world, in result her net worth and personal details are keeping secretly by her, however, she must earn well and her net worth is estimated to be above a million dollar

 

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Birthday of Smith

1987

Rachele Brooke Smith was born on November 7, 1987. She was born in Scottsdale, Arizona, United States. She has featured in popular movies Iron Man 2, 17 Again, and Burlesque. Apart from, dancing and acting, she likes to do skiing, play tennis and attending social events.

Rachele's career

2006

Rachele's professional life is an astonishment to people as she has appeared in number of movies, her must hit of 2016 is The Nice Guys, cast along with star Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe. 

Hit movie

2008

In 2008, Rachele featured in the movie Center Stage: Turn It Up as the role of Kate Parker, the movie was released only in Australia, and published in the US as a television series.