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Brooke Harman

Brooke Harman
Brooke Harman (l) and Demi Harman on a red carpet (2012)
Born (1985-08-18) 18 August 1985
Orange County, California, U.S.
Other names Brooke Harmon
Brooke Harmen
Brooke Harman-Walker
Occupation Actress
Years active 1996–present
Spouse(s) Jeffrey Walker (?–present; 2 children)

Brooke Harman-Walker (born 18 August 1985) is an American-born Australian actress.

Contents

  • Biography 1
  • Personal life 2
  • Filmography 3
  • External links 4

Biography

Born in Orange County, California and moving to Brisbane, Queensland as a young child, her first television role was at age eleven on the children's television series The Wayne Manifesto. She has since guest starred on a number of television programs including Home and Away, All Saints, White Collar Blue, Beastmaster, Flipper, The Sleepover Club, and appeared in the 2003 film Ned Kelly. Harman played the feature role of Silvy Lewis in the Paramount motion picture Till Human Voices Wake Us with Guy Pearce and Helena Bonham Carter. Brooke also starred in the children's television program Pirate Islands, and became a permanent castmember of The Secret Life of Us in the year before the show's cancellation. She played the role of Kate Monk on the short-lived Australian drama headLand.

Her surname is sometimes credited as Harmon (or more rarely, Harmen).

Personal life

Brooke is married to Australian actor and director Jeffrey Walker. Together they have two children, sons, Boston Scott Walker b. June 24, 2013 and Ace Jackson Walker b. June 24, 2015

Filmography

Film
Year Title Role Notes
2002 Till Human Voices Wake Us Silvy Lewis
2003 Ned Kelly Maggie
2009 Crush Clare
2010 Cockroach Sera Short film
Television
Year Title Role Notes
1996 Wayne Manifesto, TheThe Wayne Manifesto Rosie TV series
1997 Roar Amalia Episode: "Tash"
1998 Misery Guts Tracy TV series
1999 Home and Away Hope Benedict 2 episodes
1999 BeastMaster Princess Jessica Episode: "The Last Unicorns"
2000 Max Knight: Ultra Spy Lindsay TV film
2000 Flipper Emma Episode: "Prodigal Father"
2000 Stepsister from Planet Weird Jill TV film
2001 Finding Hope Bonnie TV film
2001 All Saints Tamara Morgan Episode: "Close to Home"
2002 McLeod's Daughters Skye Harding Episode: "Blame It On the Moonlight"
2003 Tempted Jamie TV film
2003 Pirate Islands Kate Redding Main role (26 episodes)
2003 White Collar Blue Joy Garret Episode: "2.10"
2003 Sleepover Club, TheThe Sleepover Club Sam Episode: "Blind Date"
2004–2005 Secret Life of Us, TheThe Secret Life of Us Bree Sanzaro Main role (20 episodes)
2005–2006 headLand Kate Monk Main role (58 episodes)
2007 Spy Shop Jessica Jenkins 3 episodes
2009 Sea Patrol Jessica Taylor Episode: "Half Life"
2010 Spartacus: Blood and Sand Licinia 2 episodes
2010 Not Available Sally Davis TV film
2010 Rake Bec Chandler Episode: "R vs Chandler"
2012 Jack Irish: Black Tide Transquik Receptionist TV film
2012–2013 Dance Academy Saskia Duncan Recurring role (16 episodes)
2015 Banished Deborah TV series

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