Tom Brook Biography
Tom Brook is a New York-based American journalist. He primarily works for BBC News, which can be seen on BBC World News and the BBC News Channel. He is the main presenter and producer of Talking Movies, the company’s flagship cinema program.
He has hosted every episode of the show since it debuted in February 1999. Moreover, Tom has written extensively about the film throughout his career. He has established himself as one of the BBC’s most authoritative voices on American cinema.
Previously, he worked as the US correspondent for the BBC’s top cinema program in the UK, presented by Barry Norman on BBC One, from 1985 to 1998. For nearly three decades, he has routinely attended nearly all Oscar ceremonies, reporting live from the red carpet for major BBC news programs. He has routinely attended nearly all Oscar ceremonies for nearly three decades, reporting live from the red carpet for major BBC news programs.
Tom Brook Age
Tom Brook was born in London, United Kingdom on June 16, 1953. He is 69 years old.
Tom Brook Height
Tom stands at a height of 5 ft 7 in/ 1.70 m tall.
Tom Brook Family
Tom was born and brought up by his parents Caspar Brook and Dinah in London, the United Kingdom. His dad worked as the British Consumers Association’s first director and his mom was The Observer education reporter. For the past 3 decades, He has been residing in New York, United States.
Tom Brook Partner
Tom is happily hitched to his partner Samuel Wahl who works at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York as an MD, Chair, Department of Pathology. They’ve been together since January 1990.
Tom Brook Education
After Tom completed his high school education at north London’s William Ellis School. He enrolled and graduated with a BA in Economics in 1975 at Cambridge University.
Tom Brook Career
Tom works primarily for BBC News, the BBC News Channel and mainly seen on BBC World News. Moreover, he serves as the main presenter and producer of its flagship cinema program Talking Movies. Since the show was first broadcasted in February 1999, he presented every episode of the show. He began working at the BBC in 1976 as a news trainee.
He has interviewed most of the top actors and directors in contemporary cinema, On Talking Movies. Addittionally, for a wide range of BBC news outlets on TV, radio, and online, from the Today program on Radio 4 in the UK to BBC America, he contributes as an entertainment industry reporter.
In 1978, he took on his first official BBC role as a producer on the Today program. Then he became posted to the BBC’s New York office to work first as a current affairs producer on the radio and subsequently as a reporter in 1980.