Brooke Langton was born to a nurse and geologist on November 27, 1970 in a copper mining town in Arizona. Years later, her family moved to Texas, where she continued her high school education, entering the drama department and participating in school plays. She moved on to San Diego State University to major in marine biology, but her interest in acting proliferated. Thus, she flew to Los Angeles to study acting with Larry Moss. She followed her passion for acting, eventually auditioning for the show Freshman Dorm. Her debut in 1992 caused roles to pile up on her resume, as she was next seen on several other series. She was on Baywatch, then Beverly Hills, 90210 and California Dreams.
Brooke Langton soon made her breakthrough in the film business, acting alongside Charlie Sheen on Terminal Velocity. She then played Sarah Bowen in several episodes of Extreme, and landed a role in Chicago Hope and Party of Five. Langton rose to fame when she accepted the part of Samantha Reilly on the series Melrose Place, following this up with the TV drama The Net based on a film of the same name. She was also cast in the 2000 film The Replacements, allowing her to work with Keanu Reeves and Gene Hackman. She has worked on the independent feature Swingers, as well as on smaller films like Partner(s), Playing Mona Lisa and Kiss the Bride with Alyssa Milano. Afterwards, she was cast in the dark comedy series Weeds, starring Mary-Louise Parker. Langton also got a role in Monk and Friday Night Lights, before starring in Life as the lawyer Constance Griffiths. Langton has also been seen with Jon Heder, David Spade and Rob Schneider in The Benchwarmers, and was cast in the 2007 thriller Primeval. Her film credits also includes the drama Beautiful Dreamer, directed by Terri Farley-Teruel.
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