About Brooke Harmon
August 18, 1985
|Place of Birth||:||Orange County - California - USA|
|Also Known As||:||Harmon, Harmen|
Born 18 August 1985 is an American-born Australian actress. Born in Orange County, California and moving to Brisbane, Queensland as a young child, her first television role was at age eleven on the children's television series The Wayne Manifesto. She has since guest starred on a number of television programs including Home and Away, All Saints, White Collar Blue, Beastmaster, Flipper, The Sleepover Club, and appeared in the 2003 film Ned Kelly. Harman played the feature role of Silvy Lewis in the Paramount motion picture Till Human Voices Wake Us with Guy Pearce and Helena Bonham Carter. Brooke also starred in the children's television program Pirate Islands, and became a permanent castmember of The Secret Life of Us in the year before the show's cancellation. She played the role of Kate Monk on the short-lived Australian drama headLand.