Kelly Brook Born Kelly Parsons on November 23, 1979, in Kent, Rochester, England, Kelly Brook is the daughter of Sandra, a cook, and Ken, a scaffolder. It was clear from the start that Kelly would be much more. Her talent can be traced back to when she attended the prestigious Italia Conte stage school, where Naomi Campbell and Louise Nurding also studied. After three years of training in dance, singing and acting, Kelly was ready to start her career.
Kelly Brook is one of England's best-known models, who is regularly included in the Top 10 of most men's magazines' "Hottest (Top) Women" polls. In November of 2009, Kelly Brook replaced Jerry Hall as Celia in the Noel Coward Theatre production of Calendar Girls.
Kelly Brook's mom entered her in a beauty contest, which of course Kelly won, and this led to her interest in modeling. After some small modeling jobs at local firms, including the flooring company KMS, Kelly Brook was gracing the cover of GQ, FHM, Sky, Cosmopolitan, Tatler, The Face, and Company by the age of 16.