Brooke's father, Bob, is a retired hockey player who played in three teams including NY Rangers, Toronto Maple Leafs and LA Kings.
Brooke's mother's name is Nicky.
Brooke's sister's name is Kaleigh Cassandra.
After finishing high school, Brooke moved to Los Angeles.
Brooke is a graduate of Leaside High School's gifted program.
Brooke had a lead role in the Showtime movie Running Wild.
Brooke appeared in the independent movie Short for Nothing.
Brooke's first television role was in a Honeycombs commercial.
In summer 1996, Brooke got an agent and began auditioning for roles on various television series.
In 1996, Brooke's performance in a production of The Pirates of Penzance, made her mother to allow Brooke to pursue a career in acting.
When Brooke wanted to move from the local stage to television, her mother was unwilling at first.
Brooke has appeared in several school plays, community theater plays and talent shows.
Brooke was a member of the East York Youth choir and her school's choir.
As a child, Brooke played the flute for three years.
When she was four, Brooke took some dance classes to learn tap, jazz and ballet.
Brooke was nominated for a Young Artist Award in 1999 for Running Wild.
Brooke: My mom and I have a blast, she goes into convulsions when we watch Candid Camera.
Brooke: Find something you're really interested in that you won't get tired of; research it, get into it.
Brooke: In high school I was afraid of everything! I was afraid about making friends, all the cliques, I was really afraid because I switched from the gifted program to French immersion program. I didn't know how [the kids in that program] would treat me, because they'd been together for six years, so I was afraid of not fitting in.