David Allen Brooks
American actor
David Allen Brooks
David Allen Brooks is an American actor, who had a recurring role in the short-lived science fiction television series Crusade. Aside from a bit part in a television adaptation of The Merry Wives of Windsor in 1970, Brooks' first professional role was Jim Dedrickson on the soap opera The Edge of Night in 1981 and 1982. He would later be a regular on the Babylon 5 spin-off, Crusade, playing archaeologist Max Eilerson.
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Taylor Kitsch Goes Gay For Ryan Murphy Project
Huffington Post - almost 4 years
Taylor Kitsch has joined "The Normal Heart," according to Entertainment Weekly. The "Fright Night Lights" alum will appear in Ryan Murphy's HBO movie adaptation of Larry Kramer's Tony-winning play, which tells the story of the onset of the HIV-AIDS crisis in New York City in the early '80s. In "The Normal Heart," Kitsch will play Bruce Niles, "a closeted banker who becomes a big-time AIDS activist," Deadline reports. The role was originated by David Allen Brooks and revived by "Pushing Daisies" star Lee Pace. The "Friday Night Lights" alum joins the impressive "Normal Heart" cast, which includes Julia Roberts, Mark Ruffalo, Matt Bomer and ... In more casting news ... Jim Parsons will revive his "Normal Heart" role. The "Big Bang Theory" star made his Broadway debut as gay activist Tommy Boatwright in the 2011 revival and will bring back the role in Ryan Murphy's HBO movie version. [Deadline] Dermot Mulroney will return to "New Girl." The so-called "Fancy Ma ...
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LETTER; Invitation to a Dialogue: Political Chess
NYTimes - over 5 years
To the Editor: Re “ Obama Rejects Obamaism ” (column, Sept. 20): David Brooks, in his analysis of President Obama’s firmer stance with the Republicans, is not a “sap” for believing that Mr. Obama wants centrist bipartisan solutions (which he does). Rather, he is a sap for believing that centrist bipartisan solutions
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OP-ED COLUMNIST; Obama Rejects Obamaism
NYTimes - over 5 years
I’m a sap, a specific kind of sap. I’m an Obama Sap. When the president said the unemployed couldn’t wait 14 more months for help and we had to do something right away, I believed him. When administration officials called around saying that the possibility of a double-dip recession was horrifyingly real and that it would be
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LETTERS TO THE INTERNATIONAL HERALD TRIBUNE; Why Israel Fears a Palestinian State
NYTimes - over 5 years
In their op-ed piece, “Ten Reasons for a European ‘yes”’ (Sept. 17-18) Martti Ahtisaari and Javier Solana present their reasons to approve the vote to recognize a Palestinian state at the United Nations. But there is one major reason to vote ‘no’ that they did not talk about. The deadlock in the Arab-Israeli
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LETTERS; The Moral Values of America’s Youth
NYTimes - over 5 years
To the Editor: Re “ If It Feels Right ...” (column, Sept. 13): David Brooks cites a Notre Dame study of 230 young Americans to indict an entire generation’s moral sensibility, warning that our “erosion of shared moral frameworks” gives rise to “moral individualism.” I think the researchers got it wrong.
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LETTER; Jobs in a Green Economy
NYTimes - over 5 years
To the Editor: I take issue with David Brooks’s Sept. 6 column, “ Where the Jobs Aren’t .” Our recent report showed that $93 billion in Recovery Act green investments created or saved 997,000 jobs. The projects cut across the economy from advanced battery production to industrial efficiency projects that introduced combined
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OP-ED COLUMNIST; If It Feels Right ...
NYTimes - over 5 years
During the summer of 2008, the eminent Notre Dame sociologist Christian Smith led a research team that conducted in-depth interviews with 230 young adults from across America. The interviews were part of a larger study that Smith, Kari Christoffersen, Hilary Davidson, Patricia Snell Herzog and others have been conducting on the state of America's
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OP-ED COLUMNIST; Stimulus For Skeptics
NYTimes - over 5 years
A few years ago, Kenneth Rogoff and Carmen M. Reinhart wrote the definitive guide to the current economic downturn, a book called ''This Time Is Different.'' Rogoff and Reinhart studied data from eight centuries of financial crises. They found that banking-crisis recessions are worse than normal recessions. They last longer. In these recessions, it
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Inside The Times
NYTimes - over 5 years
INTERNATIONAL DIPLOMATIC STRAINS GROW BETWEEN TURKEY AND ISRAEL Tensions between Israel and Turkey rose further, as Turkish officials ordered senior Israeli diplomats to leave the country by midweek and Israeli passengers arriving at the Istanbul airport were taken aside and questioned for 90 minutes by officials. Turkish officials said that
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OP-ED COLUMNIST; The Vigorous Virtues
NYTimes - over 5 years
There’s a specter haunting American politics: national decline. Is America on the way down, and, if so, what can be done about it? The Republicans, and Rick Perry in particular, have a reasonably strong story to tell about decline. America became great, they explain, because its citizens possessed certain vigorous virtues: self-reliance,
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OP-ED COLUMNIST; The Haimish Line
NYTimes - over 5 years
Recently I did a little reporting from Kenya and Tanzania before taking a safari with my family. We stayed in seven camps. Some were relatively simple, without electricity or running water. Some were relatively luxurious, with regular showers and even pools. The simple camps were friendly, warm and familial. We got to know the other guests at big,
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Shields and Brooks on Rick Perry's Rise, Cheney's Book and Peyton Manning - PBS NewsHour
Google News - over 5 years
By that, I mean of course syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks to talk about the politics of sport and the sport of politics. In this week's Doubleheader, we talk about the meteoric rise of Texas Gov
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Upper-level winds are the big question mark in hurricane predictions - Nashua Telegraph
Google News - over 5 years
Warming oceans, shifting winds miles above our heads, moisture levels that are tough to measure – all of these explain why it's so hard to be sure what will happen as Hurricane Irene heads our way. “A lot of the uncertainty has to do
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Educating our emotions - Idaho Mountain Express and Guide
Google News - over 5 years
New scientific studies that shed light on the nature of emotions and social interaction could lead to improvements in many fields of endeavor, including education and US foreign policy, New York Times columnist David Brooks said during the Sun Valley
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of David Allen Brooks
    FIFTIES
  • 1999
    Age 52
    He also played Keith Dennison in The Young and the Restless in 1999.
    More Details Hide Details Brooks was in the Windsong Perfume advertisement in the 1980s showing a closeup of his face smelling a woman's perfumed scarf. The San Jose Mercury News described him as the "Surfer type who plays the handsome young molecular biologist" in the film The Kindred.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1947
    Age 0
    Born in 1947.
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