'Weird Science': Kelly LeBrock Today

Kelly LeBrock was an absolute sex symbol back in the eighties.
August 31, 2020 - 19:10 / Marion Wierl

Kelly LeBrock was a sex symbol in the eighties and, among other roles, leapt into fame when she starred in the 1985 movie Weird Science. Afterward some more movies followed until the roles became less and less. Still, even today, LeBrock does not want to turn her back on the entertainment industry completely. Find out what Weird Science's Kelly LeBrock is doing now... 

In Weird Science, Kelly LeBrock (60) played a computer-created dream woman who helps two outsiders become more popular. She was created by "Gary" (Anthony Michael Hall) and "Wyatt" (Ian Mitchell-Smith) and turns the lives of the two teenagers completely upside down. Kelly LeBrock was 25 years old at the time of the film's release and already world-famous for her previous film The Woman in Red.

Kelly LeBrock in "Weird Science"
Kelly LeBrock in "Weird Science".

Kelly LeBrock's Career

Kelly LeBrock began her career as a model and did not make her first film until she had been in show business for almost ten years. After Weird Science, Kelly was still taking on roles in other movies, like Hard to Kill with Steven Seagal, whom she later married. LeBrock was married to Seagal from 1987 until 1996. The couple has three children together. The youngest, Arissa, now works as a plus-size model.

Kelly LeBrock Today

These days, Kelly lives on a ranch with her eldest daughter. On the ranch, Kelly takes care of the animals and even produces her own food. However, LeBrock does not yet want to say goodbye to the film business completely.

Kelly LeBrock
Kelly LeBrock has never completely turned her back on the entertainment industry.

The actress also produces movies and has already made a cooking show about healthy nutrition as well. Kelly LeBrock last appeared in the movies 10 Days in a Madhouse (2015), A Prince for Christmas (2015), and in the 2019 film Charlie Boy as "Donna". 

Kelly LeBrock and Raissa LeBrock in 2017
Kelly LeBrock and daughter Raissa LeBrock at the "Growing Up Supermodel" premiere in 2017.

Since her brother's death in 2008, Kelly has also been working for seriously ill people. Among other things, she works as a spokeswoman for the "Club Carson" organization, which helps children suffering from cancer. In 2017 Kelly LeBrock again appeared in front of the camera with her daughter Arissa on the reality show Growing Up Supermodel.