Brooke Mueller, as pointed out by her detain for pharmaceutical control in Aspen, Co on Exclusive, has become known generally for her habits and legal background. But the ex-wife of Charlie Shine is not a rap piece and news item; she is also had a shorter job in Artist.
Involved in display business extensive before she wed Shine, Mueller first seemed in 1998 in a cameo part in the display, "USA High." That was followed by perhaps her most considerable performing work, a co-starring part in "Witchouse," a 1999 terror film about some children deceived into going to a celebration that would restore an old wizard.
About a several years later, Mueller made it again to attributed film functions, with a assisting job in "Strictly Erectile," about two women of all ages who keep men in their damages home for sexual excitement.
In keeping with her fame for being herself, Mueller also has appeared in a number of televised venues as, well, Brooke Mueller. Given that rumors about her personal life so often appeared on TV tabloid shows, it made sense that Mueller would serve a short stint as a correspondent for "Entertainment Tonight," which she did from 2008-09.
Then, there was her semi-tragic run in "The World According To Paris," the Paris Hilton reality show in which she co-starred. Most of Mueller's storyline had to do with her attempts to stay sober, which, unfortunately, came to a halt last week.