Brooke Langton


Brooke Langton Trivia


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    • Brooke: Kissing someone can really tell you a lot about him. It's a way of expressing yourself, without getting graphic.

    • Brooke: (on question 'why men find her attractive' Definitely not my bazooka-size boobies.

    • Brooke: (on Keanu Reeves) They love Keanu and he was so generous with his responses. There was never even a hint that he found any of this intrusive.

    • Brooke: I watched a lot of pole dancing and some rather interesting duo acts to get the moves we had to use in the film.

    • Brooke: (on her very first kiss) It was in a cornfield in Illinois, and I was in the fifth grade. We did that classic note thing in class: 'Do you like me? Circle yes/no/maybe.' So, we met after school in the field behind his house, and I knew something really great was going to happen. We were standing there for maybe 10 minutes, smiling, laughing, turning away, then there was this sudden, simultaneous smack of the lips. That was it. But it was something that I remember as very beautiful.

    • Brooke: The burn I get from great sex is like what I get from acting. It's really, really good.

    • Brooke: 'Keep your eye on the dough-nut not the hole' my father always said. Now, as adult, I understand. He was saying focus on what you love, your art... and not beyond it.

    • Brooke: The other girls were so comfortable with their bodies and it eventually rubbed off on me.

    • Brooke: I didn't get to see my cheerleading costume until a couple of days before filming. I was shocked at how scant they are.

    • Brooke Langton: (on her kissing scene with Keanu Reeves)
      I compare it to being in a car accident. There's so much adrenaline rushing through you that you remember being in the accident but you don't remember any of the details. I know it was a great experience. I just can't be any more specific.

    • Brooke Langton: Simple formula for the actor, prove you're creative enough to get the job, sane enough to keep the job, and hungry enough to give up everything else to keep them happy.

    • Brooke Langton: I'm not a very feminine girl, I'm more of a tomboy girl, so I can play action people more than I would be playing, like, Kim Basinger in L.A. Confidential. I think it's more my physicality. It's cool, it's sort of what God gave you, you go with it. If I had huge breasts and blonde hair, I'd be playing that role right now on Star Trek in a really tight rubber suit or something! So I don't mind it at all.