Brooke Langton is an American renowned actress, best known for portraying Samantha Reilly in the soap opera "Melrose Place", Hayley in "Supernatural", Tanya in "Baywatch", Annabelle Farrell in "The Replacements" and Carol Williamson in "Shifting Gears".
Brooke Langton is not married yet and is not dating anyone currently. However, she previously dated a few stars including George Clooney, David Chokachi and so on.
From her acting career, Brooke Langton earns a colossal sum of money. For long, she is engaged in the entertainment industry and has starred in a number of movies and tv series. As of 2019, Langton has an estimated net worth of $2 million.
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Langton is living a lavish life and frequently hangs out with her friend and family during vacations. Further, there are several upcoming projects of Langton, thus her net worth and income with surely increase in the future.
Standing 5 feet 4-1/2 tall, Brooke Langton is not yet married and currently single as well. She was reportedly dating actor George Clooney, who is currently married to Human Rights Lawyer, Amal Clooney.
In 1997, Langton was in a relationship with "Baywatch" actor David Chokachi. The couple ended their relationship in 1998. She also had an affair with the famous professional golfer Tiger Woods.
As of now, Langton is living singlehood and there are no rumors of her relationships and affairs. It seems she is focusing on her career rather than being involved in personal stuff.
In 2008, the media spilled a rumor about her having a son named Zane. Brooke Langton and her so-called son were spotted at the Art Festival in Beverley Hills, California and the Second Annual Kids Stock Music. However, Langton refused to talk about it to the media.
Langton was born on 27th November 1970, in a copper-mining town in Arizona to Jackson Langton and Cumming Langton. Her mother is a surgical nurse and his father is a geologist. Brooke's maternal grandfather, Stephen Cummings was a bomber pilot, who fought World War II. Her maternal grandmother is a Swedish who emigrated to Minnesota. Her aunt Sally Spalding is a television script supervisor (also called continuity supervisor).
As a child, Langton grew up in Illinois and Texas, where she attended various institutes including Herscher High School, L. D. Bell High School, and San Diego State University. Before she pursues a career in acting, Langton primarily worked as a model in Japan.
Langton's first appearance on TV was back in 1992, where she featured in various episodes of Beverly Hills, 90210, Freshman Dorm, and Baywatch. She made her film debut in 1994, like a drug addict in an action film called "Terminal Velocity".
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In 1995, Langton was named the regular cast member in the ABC's short-lived drama series "Extreme" as Sarah Bowen opposite James Brolin. The same year, she won the leading role in the made-for-television movie, "Eye of the Stalker". The following year, she joined the cast member of "Melrose Place" on its fifth and sixth season, where she portrayed Samantha Reilly Campbell.
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In 1998, Langton played Angela Bennett in the USA Network series, "The Net". The series was short-lived and was canceled after one season in 1999. In 2000, she starred in "The Replacements" alongside Gene Hackman and Keanu Reeves, which became her biggest credit to date. The same year Langton also co-starred in "Playing Mona Lisa" and in 2002, she appeared in "Kiss the Bride" as Nicoletta 'Niki' Sposato.
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In 2001, she won a leading role in the short-lived Fox un-premiered crime drama show, "Fling". During her career, she has appeared in a number of small films, including "Partner(s)", "Beautiful Dreamer", "Listen", "The Small Hours", "Mixed-Signal" and much more. In 2007, Langton starred in the horror film "Primeval" as Aviva Masters opposite Dominic Purcell.
Langton had a recurring role on the NBC drama series, "Friday Night Lights" from 2007-08. During her tenure at the show, she also co-starred in another NBC drama, "Life" as Assistant District Attorney Constance Griffiths. In later years, Langton guest starred on "The Closer" as Detective Ally Moore, "Bones" as Christine Brennan and "Supernatural" as Hayley.