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For Immediate Release:
December 31, 2009
Ragan Brooks On Fast Track as Next Hollywood Vixen "It-Girl"
Ragan Brooks, one of Hollywood's
hottest upcoming actresses today appears as the seductive,
sneaky "man eater"
(Los Angeles) December 31, 2009 --
Ragan Brooks has started a
sensation with her recurring turns as a conniving, man-stealing
vixen in both Eastwick and Desperate Housewives. Additionally,
Brooks recently completed her role as Aida in the upcoming
Minkow, with Hollywood icon, James Caan.
In the episode of Eastwick, titled “Magic
Snow and Creepy Gene,” Brooks plays Gloria, a stunning,
raven haired young woman, seen 25 years in the past, as part of
a "cone of power" with her two other friends Eleanor and Bun (a
young Veronica Cartwright) and their paramour (a young Paul
Gross). Gloria enjoys the passionate, powerful and sybaritic
early days of their association but, due to a dark secret,
becomes withdrawn, volatile and desolate. Soon Gloria the minx,
loses her mind.
Desperate Housewives on Sunday, January 3, 2009, Brooks
plays Courtney, Bree’s (Marcia Cross’) yoga instructor in the
Sparks fly when Bree finds Courtney in bed with her boyfriend
Karl (Richard Burgi).
Now, amid a stable of hot Hollywood leading men, Brooks finds
herself in a new role: VIXEN. Brooks shines as Tinseltown’s
“other-woman-IT-girl,” though fascinated by the concept, and
surprised by the attention. “I seem to have carved out this new
niche recently as the girl who steals men from other women!”
Brooks laughs, “It’s kinda fun, and hilarious at the same time.”
Brooks’ Eastwick episode “Magic
Snow and Creepy Gene” as well as the Desperate Housewives “If…”
episode can be seen on ABC. Check local listings for show times.
Eastwick’s “Magic Snow and Creepy Gene:”
Desperate Housewives’ “If…:”
Lisa Jey Davis
Jey Associates Public Relations
Ragan Brooks is known for her roles in film and on
television shows, like
Hollywood Homicide and for her episodes of
Charmed. She has had the privilege of working with
cinematic greats: Harrison Ford and Josh Hartnett in
Hollywood Homicide, and James Caan, Talia Shire and Mark
Minkow, among many others.