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Roy Brooks (I) (1901–1976)

Roy Brooks was born on January 1, 1901 in Tacoma, Washington, USA. He is known for his work on High and Dizzy (1920), Never Weaken (1921) and Number, Please? (1920). He died on January 30, 1976 in Santa Monica, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

High and Dizzy
High and Dizzy His Friend
Never Weaken
Never Weaken The Other Man
Number, Please?
Number, Please? The Rival
The Corner Pocket


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 1925 The Freshman
Tall Student (uncredited)
 1923 Gas and Air (Short)
 1923 Lodge Night (Short)
Auto Thief
 1923 Dogs of War! (Short)
 1923 Under Two Jags (Short)
Minor Role (uncredited)
 1923 Giants vs. Yanks (Short)
Plainclothes Officer
 1923 Safety Last!
Man Laughing from Window (uncredited)
 1923 A Pleasant Journey (Short)
Chief of Police
 1923 The Big Show (Short)
 1922 Young Sherlocks (Short)
Kidnapper (uncredited)
 1922 The Golf Bug (Short)
 1922 Many Happy Returns (Short)
 1922 Grandma's Boy
Townsman (uncredited)
 1921 The Corner Pocket (Short)
 1921 Late Hours (Short)
 1921 Never Weaken (Short)
The Other Man
 1921 I Do (Short)
Man in Chauffeured Car (uncredited)
 1921 On Their Way (Short)
 1921 Among Those Present (Short) (uncredited)
 1921 Now or Never (Short)
Chubby Man on Train (uncredited)
 1920 Number, Please? (Short)
The Rival
 1920 Alias Aladdin (Short)
 1920 Get Out and Get Under (Short) (uncredited)
 1920 High and Dizzy (Short)
His Friend
 1920 An Eastern Westerner (Short)
Shimmie Dancer (uncredited)
 1920 His Royal Slyness (Short)
Courtier (uncredited)
 1919 Bumping Into Broadway (Short) (uncredited)
Show Show Miscellaneous Crew (8 credits)
Show Show Archive footage (1 credit)

Did You Know?


Roy Brooks was well-educated, witty, bald and an imposing six-foot four
  • and never made much of an effort to hide the fact he was gay. In 1919

he followed his childhood friend, Mildred Davis from Tacoma to Hollywood who was chosen by Harold Lloyd as a replacement for his previous co-star (and ex-lover), Bebe Daniels. Brooks appreciated working for Lloyd, who displayed a rare tolerance toward ... See more »

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