16 April 1984 |
Wirral, Liverpool, England
|Occupation||Author, entrepreneur, actor, writer|
Dane Brookes (born 16 April 1984) is an author and marketing expert. He is the founder of marketing and communications company Group Dane, based in Liverpool, England and author of "Content Marketing Revolution: Seize Control of Your Market in Five Key Steps."
Film and television
Brookes is also a writer and actor. He founded Giant Leap Films in 2008, which has produced a series of successful films, including Profanity, which he also wrote and directed.
Brookes has also starred in a number of short films, including Three Minutes to Go, Rules of the Game, Fieves, and LOL. Dane played PC Kane in LOL, a series of short films by writer and director Ric Forster