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  1. Geraldine Brooks (actress) - Wikipedia

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    Biography Early life and career. A native of New York City, Geraldine Stroock was born to a family descended from Dutch immigrants. Her parents had entertainment-industry connections, with her father, James, as owner-manager of the Brooks theatrical costume concern and her mother, Bianca, with a career as stylist and designer of costumes.

    • 1947–1976
    • June 19, 1977 (aged 51), Riverhead, New York, U.S.
  2. Geraldine Brooks (writer) - Wikipedia

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    Early life. A native of Sydney, Geraldine Brooks grew up in its inner-west suburb of Ashfield.Her father, Lawrie Brooks, was an American big-band singer who was stranded in Adelaide on a tour of Australia when his manager absconded with the band's pay; he decided to remain in Australia, and became a newspaper sub-editor; her mother Gloria, from Boorowa, was a public relations officer with ...

  3. Geraldine Brooks - Wikipedia

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    Geraldine Brooks may refer to: . Geraldine Brooks (actress) (1925–1977), American stage, television and film performer Geraldine Brooks (writer) (born 1955), Australian journalist and novelist

  4. Geraldine Brooks - Biography - IMDb

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    A resolute, blue-eyed brunette with attractive, slightly pinched features, Geraldine Brooks was born to a Dutch couple on October 29, 1925, in New York City. Her parents had a theater-based background -- father, James Stroock, owned a top costume company and mother, Bianca, was a costume designer and stylist.

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  6. Talk:Geraldine Brooks (actress) - Wikipedia

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  7. Talk:Geraldine Brooks - Wikipedia

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    Geraldine Brooks. Thank you for looking at the disambiguation issue here. It had appeared to me (from a very quick review suggesting that there might be 10 times more Google links to the author, although I didn't really go into it carefully so that finding could be misleading) that Geraldine Brooks (writer) is considerably more prominent, at this point in this history, than the actress, and ...

  8. Geraldine Brooks - IMDb

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    Geraldine Brooks, Actress: Possessed. A resolute, blue-eyed brunette with attractive, slightly pinched features, Geraldine Brooks was born to a Dutch couple on October 29, 1925, in New York City. Her parents had a theater-based background -- father, James Stroock, owned a top costume company and mother, Bianca, was a costume designer and stylist. In dance shoes from age 2, her closer ...

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  9. Geraldine Brooks (dramatan) - Vükiped

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    Jiel Geraldine Brooks (pemotöl tü 1925 tobul 29 in zif New York as Geraldine Stroock – edeadöl tü 1977 yunul 19 in Riverhead) äbinof dramatan bioskopik, televidik e teatöpik Lamerikänik. Yüms plödik. Geraldine Brooks in IMDb; Geraldine Brooks in AllMovie; Geraldine Brooks in Internet Broadway Database

  10. Geraldine Brooks, Actress, 52, Starred on Stage, Screen and ...

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    Jun 21, 1977 · Geraldine Brooks, the actress, died Sunday night of cancer at the Central Suffolk Hospital in Riverhead, L.I. She was 52 years old. Miss Brooks, wife of the writer Budd Schulberg, had pursued rich ...

  11. Geraldine Brooks is the author of five novels; her newest, The Secret Chord, the Pulitzer Prize–winning March and the international bestsellers Caleb’s Crossing, People of the Book, and Year of Wonders. She has also written the acclaimed nonfiction works Nine Parts of Desire and Foreign Correspondence.