Clive Brook

About Clive Brook

Who is it?: Actor, Director, Writer
Birth Day: June 01, 1887
Birth Place:  Tufnell Park, London, England, United Kingdom
Died On: 17 November 1974(1974-11-17) (aged 87)\nEaling, London, England
Birth Sign: Cancer
Resting place: St Paul's, Covent Garden
Alma mater: Dulwich College
Occupation: Actor
Years active: 1918–1963
Spouse(s): Mildred Evelyn
Children: Faith Brook Lyndon Brook

Clive Brook Net Worth

Clive Brook was bornon June 01, 1887 in  Tufnell Park, London, England, United Kingdom, is Actor, Director, Writer. Born in London, England to Charlotte Mary (opera singer) and George Alfred Brook. He was educated privately. Stage experience included: "Oliver Twist", "Voysey Inheritence", "If I were King", "Importance of Being Ernest", Fair and Warmer", "Over Sunday", "Clothes and the WOman", and many others. Screen experience with Graham-Cutts Company in London. He appeared in "Woman to Woman", and others. In 1924 he came to America.
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💰 Net worth: $1 Million

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Biography/Timeline

1918

He first appeared on stage in 1918 and also in films from 1919. He worked first in British films then in Hollywood.

1920

After making his first screen appearance in 1920, Brook emerged as a leading British actor in the early 1920s. After moving to the United States, Brook became one of the major stars for Paramount Pictures in the late silent era. During 1928–29 he successfully made the transition to sound and continued to be featured in many of Hollywood's most prestigious films, including a number of literary adaptations. In the mid-1930s he returned to England, where he appeared regularly in leading film roles for a further decade.

1932

One of his best remembered appearances was playing opposite Marlene Dietrich in Shanghai Express (1932). He played Sherlock Holmes three times: The Return of Sherlock Holmes and Sherlock Holmes (in that order), and as part of an anthology film, Paramount on Parade (1930).

1934

In 1934 he was voted one of the most popular stars at the British box office.

1943

In 1943, he adapted the comedy On Approval by Frederick Lonsdale and wrote, produced, directed and starred in the film with Beatrice Lillie, Googie Withers and Roland Culver. The costumes were by Cecil Beaton.

1949

In 1949 he presented the radio series The Secrets of Scotland Yard. In 1956 he appeared on stage in One Bright Day at the Apollo Theatre in London.