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  1. Brooks conceived the idea for, co-produced and co-wrote the Maggie-centric short film The Longest Daycare, which played in front of Ice Age: Continental Drift in 2012. It was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film in 2013. Personal life. Brooks has been married twice.

    • James Lawrence Brooks, May 9, 1940 (age 83), New York City, U.S.
    • 1965–present
  2. Brooks war von 1964 bis 1972 mit Marianne Catherine Morrissey sowie von 1978 bis 1999 mit Holly Beth Holmberg verheiratet, beide Ehen wurden geschieden. Er ist Vater von vier Kindern. Filmografie (Auswahl) Als Regisseur 1983: Zeit der Zärtlichkeit (Terms of Endearment) (auch Drehbuchautor und Produzent)

  3. › wiki › James_BrookeJames Brooke - Wikipedia

    Personal life James Brooke. James Brooke was 'a great admirer' of the novels of Jane Austen, and would 'read them and re-read them', including aloud to his companions in Sarawak. Brooke was influenced by the success of previous British adventurers and the exploits of the British East India Company.

    • Thomas Brooke
    • 18 August 1842 – 11 June 1868
  4. 10. Jan. 2024 · James L. Brooks (born May 9, 1940, Brooklyn, New York, U.S.) American screenwriter, director, and producer who was active in both television and film and was especially known for character-driven ensemble work that blended warm humour with genuine dramatic sentiment. (Read Martin Scorsese’s Britannica essay on film preservation.)

    • The Editors of Encyclopaedia Britannica
  5. Born May 9, 1940, in Brooklyn, New York, NY (some sources cite North Bergen, NJ); son of Edward M. and Dorothy Helen (maiden name, Sheinheit) Brooks; married Marianne Catherine Morrissey, July 7, 1964 (divorced); married Holly Beth Holmberg (a television writer), July 23, 1978; children: (first marriage) Amy Lorraine; (second marriage) Chloe Dor...

  6. 27. Nov. 2017 · He laughed slightly, turning poignancy into a quip — which, in a way, is what James Brooks has done with his life, although the early years of this three-time Academy Award-winning, 12-time Emmy-winning master of comedy are better described as tragic, rather than poignant.