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Paul Brooks net worth, biography and wiki:Paul Brooks was born on April 10, 1918 in San Francisco, California, USA as Paul Frederick Brinkman. He was an actor, known for The Falcon's Alibi (1946), Double Honeymoon (1945) and Roaring City (1951). He was married to Jeanne Crain. He died on October 1, 2003 in Santa Barbara, California.
|Birth date:||1959, London, United Kingdom|
|Birth place:||San Francisco, California, USA|
|Education:||University of London|
|Awards:||Sports Emmy Award for Outstanding Live Event Turnaround|
More about Paul Brooks:
|1||Two of his children, Michael and Christopher, predeceased him.|
|2||Acted under the stage name of Paul Brooks|
|3||The father of seven children by actress Jeanne Crain, he later became a successful businessman.|
|4||Tall and handsome minor actor whose career never got off the ground.|
|5||After WWII he was placed under contract by Hal B. Wallis at Warner Bros. as contract player and double for Errol Flynn.|
|6||On the eve of their 11th anniversary, the couple reconciled, but the marriage remained rocky for some time (30 December 1956)|
|7||Jeanne Crain obtained an interlocutory divorce decree, each spouse claiming the other has been unfaithful. Crain also claimed Brinkman has been abusive (6 August 1956).|
|8||Children with Jeanne Crain: Paul F. Brinkman Jr. (born April 6, 1947), Michael Anthony (born January 21, 1949, died May 13, 1992), Timothy Peter (born August 2, 1950), Jeanine Cherie (born March 5. 1952), Lisabette (born November 21, 1958), Maria J. (born January 10, 1961), Christopher Martin (born May 25, 1965, died March 26, 1997).|
|Roaring City||1951||Ted Fallon, alias Steve Rand|
|The Bamboo Blonde||1946||Jackie (uncredited)|
|The Falcon's Alibi||1946||Alex Olmsted|
|Riverboat Rhythm||1946||Mr. Thomas (uncredited)|
|The Big Beef||1945||Short||Policeman|
|What, No Cigarettes?||1945||Short|
|Those Endearing Young Charms||1945||Pilot (uncredited)|
|God Is My Co-Pilot||1945||Lt. Jack Horner (uncredited)|
|Roughly Speaking||1945||Workman (uncredited)|
|Hollywood Canteen||1944||Busboy (uncredited)|
|The Doughgirls||1944||Announcer (uncredited)|
|You Bet Your Life||1957||TV Series||Himself - 1958 DeSoto Ad|
|Hollywood Without Make-Up||1963||Documentary||Himself|
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