In 2013, Brooklyn was named #50 in the list the Hottest Women of All-Time by Men's Health Magazine.
In 2010, Brooklyn was voted #1 as Sexiest Woman Alive from Esquire Magazine.
In 2007, Brooklyn was the host for the TV program Behind the Scenes for Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue.
Brooklyn is a fan of NFL's Carolina Panthers. She also is a fan of Tar Heel basketball, the University of Carolina at Chapel Hill basketball program.
Brooklyn has appeared in the music videos of 3 Doors Down and Jimmy Buffett.
In 2010, Brooklyn modeled for the Swimsuit collection of Victoria's Secret.
In 2011, Brooklyn won the Teen Choice Award in the category of Choice Movie Breakout: Female for her role in the movie Just Go With It.
Brooklyn was rank in the list Top 99 Most Desirable Women of Ask Men magazine several times. She was ranked #31 in 2010, #36 in 2011 and #33 and 2012.
In 2010, Brooklyn was voted #2 in Maxim's Hot 100 Women.
Brooklyn started acting in 2007, with parts in TV series and then movies.
Brooklyn has a younger brother, named Jordan.
Brooklyn's parents are Stephen Decker and Tessa Decker. Her father was a pacemaker salesman and her mother a nurse.
Brooklyn did modelling jobs for several magazines, including GQ, Vogue and Hollywood Reporter.
Brooklyn appeared in the cover of several magazines, including Glamour, Women's Health, Sports Illustrated, and Esquire.
Brooklyn was a part of all Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue between 2006 and 2011.
Brooklyn is a fan of the Dave Matthews Band.
In 2010, Brooklyn appeared in the cover of Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue.
Brooklyn has English, Irish and German ancestry.
Brooklyn was discovered for modelling in a shopping mall in the town of Charlotte, North Carolina.
Brooklyn grown up in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Brooklyn married tennis professional Andy Roddick on April 17, 2009
Brooklyn is 5'9" (1.75 m) tall.
Brooklyn: (on working in the sitcom Friends With Better Lives) It's terrifying because if you mess up on sitcom, they ring the bell, they stop the audience, they stop everything. It becomes this very awkward 'you-f--ked-up-the-line' moment, and so the best thing to do is just to cuss. And so I screwed up a line and I was likes, 'S--tballs!' And I didn't even mean to do it, and I swear it got a bigger laugh than any joke could possibly get.
Brooklyn: (on never having the opportunity to be runway model) I never even got a chance to walk the runway. They didn't hire me!
Brooklyn: (on not being a runway model) I never walked a runway because I was too klutzy. I could never get through a runway casting. I mean, I couldn't walk!
Brooklyn: (on her modeling career) I wasn't great when I was modeling, so I kind of left the second I could
Brooklyn: (on what she did when first paid job) With my first pay check, I sent my parents to Jamaica, so they actually got passports! They're pretty
grounded; it wasn't until they saw the trailer for 'Battleship' that they were like, 'Ooh, this is a big movie, isn't it?'
Brooklyn: (on the transition between modeling and acting) I'm not going to sit here and say, 'Pity me; I came from modeling.' It's opened a lot of doors.
People will take meetings because they've heard the name before. That's an advantage that I have.
Brooklyn: (on wanting to both have a family and work at the same time) I think that I'd like to try to be a superwoman and have kids and work, so we'll see if I can actually accomplish that.
Brooklyn: (on the experience of seeing herself on film) I have a really difficult time watching myself on film. I literally cower in my seat and cover my face.
Brooklyn: When you have a gown, there's much more to be concerned about. Where is this crease falling? Are you making a weird shape with the dress? Are you doing the
designer justice? With a bathing suit, it's more about you and the mood you convey.
Brooklyn: (on deciding to move from modeling to acting) The 'Sports Illustrated' cover was the last thing I shot. That week, I told my agent, 'You know what,
I really... I don't want to be a model anymore. I really want to do movies.' And I think he wanted to wring my neck at the moment.
Brooklyn: (on considering that her modeling career was serendipity) I would like to say I've achieved goals, but really, modeling is all luck. You're not
really achieving anything. The least hardworking person with a special face can be huge and have a whole world of success.
Brooklyn: (on not going to college, because of her acting career, and missing it) I really missed going to college. I missed not having that education and that experience.
Brooklyn: (on not playing tennis, even-though her husband is tennis pro Andy Roddick) I don't play tennis at all.
Brooklyn: (on her growing up and upbringing) My parents had us very young. We lived in a modest house. We built forts, we hiked, we went camping and they
wanted us to be independent. It's how children grew up in the 1940s and 50s: outside all the time, playing in the dirt, riding your bike around.
Brooklyn: (on her ability for sports) I have zero hand-eye coordination - zero - so I've never been good at softball, basketball, golf, things like that, but
I'm really strong and I have really good endurance so I can go forever - I'm a tough girl.
Brooklyn: (on liking to travel, but not doing modeling) I loved the travel but I didn't love the work. I mean, come on, modelling is only so stimulating!
Brooklyn: (on herself image) Because I'm such a tomboy, I hate showing off my body.
Brooklyn: (on wanting to change from modeling to acting) I don't see myself doing catalog shoots in Madrid anymore like I was doing two years ago. I hope that the acting side of things grows.
Brooklyn: (on having fought with an eating disorder) My father did an intervention and got me to stop obsessing about everyone else and wrecking my body.
Brooklyn: (on her name) I'm named after a horse. My mom's best friend had a horse named Brooke, so my dad suggested 'Brooklyn' as a more formal version, and
it just stuck. And now I live in Brooklyn part-time, so go figure.