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Geraldine Brooks’s height is 5ft 2in (1.57 m)

Geraldine Brooks (born Geraldine Stroock; October 29, 1925 – June 19, 1977) was an American actress whose three-decade career on stage as well as in films and on television was noted with nominations for an Emmy in 1962 and a Tony in 1970. She was married to author Budd Schulberg.

Geraldine Brooks

First Name: Geraldine
Last Name: Brooks
Maiden Name: Stroock
Birth Full Name: Geraldine Stroock
Born: 29 October, 1925
Birthplace: New York, New York
Died: 19 June, 1977
Death Location: Riverhead, New York, USA
Cause of Death: heart attack while battling cancer
Height: 5ft 2in (1.57 m)
Build: Slim
Eye Color: Blue
Hair Color: Brown – Dark
Astrological Sign: Scorpio
Sexuality: Straight
Ethnicity: White
Nationality: American
University: American Academy of Dramatic Art
Occupation: Actress
Father: James Stroock
Mother: Bianca Stroock
Sister(s): Gloria Stroock (actress, played the recurring role of Rock Hudson’s secretary on “McMillan & Wife” (1971))
Filmography: Executive Suite (1976, TV Show), The Dumplings (1976, TV Show), Mr. Ricco (1975), Baretta (1975, TV Show), Ellery Queen (1975, TV Show), Medical Story (1975, TV Show), Barnaby Jones (1973, TV Show), Faraday and Company (1973, TV Show), Kung Fu (1972, TV Show), The Streets of San Francisco (1972, TV Show), The ABC Afternoon Playbreak (1972, TV Show), Cannon (1971, TV Show), McMillan & Wife (1971, TV Show), Dan August (1970, TV Show), Marcus Welby, M.D. (1969, TV Show), My Friend Tony (1969, TV Show), To Rome with Love (1969, TV Show), It Takes a Thief (1968, TV Show), The Name of the Game (1968, TV Show), The Outsider (1968, TV Show), Ironside (1967, TV Show), Judd for the Defense (1967, TV Show), Mannix (1967, TV Show), The Danny Thomas Hour (1967, TV Show), The High Chaparral (1967, TV Show), Johnny Tiger (1966), Hawk (1966, TV Show), A Man Called Shenandoah (1965, TV Show), Get Smart (1965, TV Show), Run for Your Life (1965, TV Show), Daniel Boone (1964, TV Show), Kraft Suspense Theatre (1963, TV Show), Mr. Novak (1963, TV Show), The Fugitive (1963, TV Show), The Greatest Show on Earth (1963, TV Show), The Outer Limits (1963, TV Show), Combat! (1962, TV Show), Sam Benedict (1962, TV Show), Stoney Burke (1962, TV Show), The Doctors and the Nurses (1962, TV Show), The Virginian (1962, TV Show), Alcoa Premiere (1961, TV Show), Ben Casey (1961, TV Show), Bus Stop (1961, TV Show), Cain’s Hundred (1961, TV Show), Dr. Kildare (1961, TV Show), The Defenders (1961, TV Show), The Dick Powell Theatre (1961, TV Show), Insight (1960, TV Show), Kraft Mystery Theater (1960, TV Show), Adventures in Paradise (1959, TV Show), Bonanza (1959, TV Show), Johnny Staccato (1959, TV Show), Laramie (1959, TV Show), Naked City (1958, TV Show), Have Gun – Will Travel (1957, TV Show), Perry Mason (1957, TV Show), Richard Diamond, Private Detective (1957, TV Show), Street of Sinners (1957), Gunsmoke (1955, TV Show), Appointment with Adventure (1955, TV Show), Climax! (1954, TV Show), Woman with a Past (1954, TV Show), G.E. True Theater (1953, TV Show), The United States Steel Hour (1953, TV Show), You Are There (1953, TV Show), The Gauntlet (1952), Broadway Television Theatre (1952, TV Show), Love of Life (1951, TV Show), Volcano (1950), Armstrong Circle Theatre (1950, TV Show), Danger (1950, TV Show), Lux Video Theatre (1950, TV Show), Starlight Theatre (1950, TV Show), The Magnavox Theatre (1950, TV Show), Challenge to Lassie (1949), The Reckless Moment (1949), The Younger Brothers (1949), The Silver Theatre (1949, TV Show), Streets of Sorrow (1949), An Act of Murder (1948), Studio One in Hollywood (1948, TV Show), Embraceable You (1948), The Ford Theatre Hour (1948, TV Show), Cry Wolf (1947), Possessed (1947), Lights Out (1946, TV Show), The 24th Annual Tony Awards (1970, TV Movie), The David Frost Show (1969, TV Show), Girl Talk (1962, TV Show), Here’s Hollywood (1960, TV Show), The Jack Paar Tonight Show (1957, TV Show), The Freddy Martin Show (1951, TV Show)
Geraldine Brooks Quote: So, you know, Nathaniel was my first child, born when I was 40, so, uh… And then in due course, he wanted a brother, and then I thought, ‘Oh, that’ll be bloody lucky!’ So, we ended up adopting a beautiful boy who was then five years old, from Ethiopia. View More Geraldine Brooks Quotes

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