About Jason Brooks
Brooks' versatile appeal and acting ability made him an attractive TV-movie property, and he was featured in several in the 90s, including the ABC thriller "Alibi" (1997), the UPN sci-fi actioner "The Darwin Conspiracy" and the CBS tearjerker "Three Secrets" (both 1999). Guest roles on the series "Friends" (NBC, 1997), "Early Edition" (CBS, 1999) and "Hollywood Off-Ramp" (E! Entertainment Television, 2000) kept the actor busy, while a 1999 recurring role on the intriguing drama "The Pretender" marked his return to NBC in a challenging part with the time and freedom for more character development that he was afforded in guest shots.
In 1999, Brooks returned to regular series television with a role on the revamped lifeguard drama "Baywatch Hawaii". As the assured and organized head of the lifesaving team, Brooks' Sean Monroe was groomed to replace the departing Mitch Buchannon (David Hasselhoff) and breathed new life into the faltering show. Brooks brought a believable dramatic edge to the often-mocked series with his earnest portrayal, while his skills and athletic good looks won over audiences.
|Corrine Brooks. married c. 1996|
|Starred as lifeguard Sean Monroe on the syndicated beach rescue series "Baywatch Hawaii"|
|Moved with family from Colorado Springs to Los Angeles at age seven (date approximate)|
|Earned early TV credits with a guest role on ABC's "Doogie Howser, M.D." and the USA Network TV-movie "I'm Dangerous Tonight"|
|Guest starred on an episode of "Baywatch" (syndicated)|
|Played likable villain Peter Blake on the NBC daytime drama "Days of Our Lives"|
|Guest starred on the popular NBC sitcom "Friends"; also acted in the ABC TV-movie thriller "Alibi"|
|Acted on episodes of "Love Boat: The Next Wave" (UPN) and "Early Edition" (CBS)|
|Had a recurring role on the NBC drama series "The Pretender"|
|Played a scientist on a quest to stop the spread of a dangerous genetic serum in the UPN TV-movie "The Darwin Conspiracy"|
|Was featured in the CBS TV-movie "Three Secrets"|
|Starred as a high powered Hollywood producer in the premiere episode of the E! Entertainment Television anthology series "Hollywood Off-Ramp"|