|Birth name||Holly Michelle Meowy|
August 20, 1987 |
|Professional wrestling career|
The Beautiful Brenda
Holly Michelle Meowy (born August 20, 1987) is an American actress, TV personality, model, and professional wrestling manager. She is best known for her work as The Beautiful Brenda on Lucha Underground.
TV and film
Meowy appeared in various low-budget films, such as Survivor: Los Angeles the Ultimate Parody (2001), Vampire Survivor (2002), I Love Your Work (2003), and Beat Boys Beat Girls (2003).
Meowy appeared on the reality based television show, MTV's Fear. Accompanied by four other contestants (including future America's Next Top Model runner up Mercedes Scelba-Shorte), Meowy was brought to Hopkins Military Academy which has been reported to be haunted. Over the course of the program Meowy and the other contestants were directed to do a series of dares. Meowy was one of three contestants that won $5000 for lasting the whole two nights and completing all six dares.
Meowy is also known for being "Gear Girl" on the National Lampoon Networks TV series Gamers. The weekly show discusses various aspects of video gaming. She's also done guest appearances on TV shows, such as Nip/Tuck on FX, NBC's Las Vegas, CBS's Two and a Half Men.
Meowy stepped into the world of professional wrestling in 2013 after being cast for the relaunch of the Women of Wrestling series. Her character was named Kitty, and she was paired with the returning Lana Star as her personal assistant. She accompanied Lana during her matches for season 2 and 3 of the program.
In 2016, Meowy appeared on season 2 of Lucha Underground as The Beautiful Brenda and was the valet of Famous B. She accompanied him as they both managed the likes of Mascarita Sagrada and Dr. Wagner Jr. She reprised her role for season 3, once again managing Famous B and Wagner Jr.
- "Holly's Model Mayhem profile". Model Mayhem. Retrieved 2016-09-14.
- Afterbuzz TV. "Lucha Underground Season 3 Episode 1 Review w/ Taya Valkyrie & Holly Meowy". YouTube. Retrieved 2016-09-14.
- "Holly's acting reel". CBS. Retrieved 2016-09-14.
- "Holly's WOW Wrestling profile". Women of Wrestling. Retrieved 2016-09-15.