|Died||11 March 2012 (aged 90)|
Faith Brook (16 February 1922 – 11 March 2012) was an English actress who appeared on stage, in films and on television, generally in upper-class roles. She was the daughter of actor Clive Brook.
Brook's screen debut came via a bit part in Suspicion (1941). Her first credited film appearance was The Jungle Book in 1942. The Encyclopedia of British Film described her as being cast "almost invariably in well-bred roles ..."
In September 1941, Brook debuted on stage in Lottie Dundass in Santa Barbara.
Brook portrayed Julia Naughton in the American television series Claudia (1952). In Britain, she appeared on War and Peace (1972) on the BBC and The Irish RM on Channel 4, among other programmes.
Brook was married twice, first to Charles Moffett and then later to Michael Horowitz. Brook and her second husband had a son, Stephen B. Horowitz (British birth records)/>
She was a supporter of the British Humanist Association.
- Suspicion (1941) - Alice Barham (uncredited)
- Jungle Book (1942) - English Girl
- No Time for Love (1943) - Pert Brunette (uncredited)
- Uneasy Terms (1948) - Viola Alardyse
- Wicked as They Come (1956) - Virginia Collins
- The Intimate Stranger (1956) - Lesley Wilson
- Across the Bridge (1957) - Kay
- Man in the Shadow (1957) - Joan Lennox
- Chase a Crooked Shadow (1958) - Elaine Whitman
- The 39 Steps (1959) - Nannie
- We Shall See (1964) - Alva Collins
- The Heroes of Telemark (1965) - Woman on Bus
- To Sir, with Love (1967) - Grace Evans
- Adelaide (1968) - Dickson
- The Smashing Bird I Used to Know (1969) - Dr. Sands
- Walk a Crooked Path (1969) - Elizabeth Hemming
- War and Peace (1972, BBC TV) - Countess Rostova
- North Sea Hijack (1980) - Prime Minister
- Bloodbath (1979) - Heather
- The Curse of King Tut's Tomb (1980) - Lady Almina Carnarvon
- The Sea Wolves (1980) - Mrs. Grice
- Eye of the Needle (1981) - Lucy's Mother
- The Razor's Edge (1984) - Louisa Bradley (Isabel's Mother)
- Miss Beatty's Children (1992) - Mabel Forster
- Mrs Dalloway (1997) - Lady Bexborough
- AKA (2002) - Contessa de la Reche
Selected television credits
|1949||Martin Kane, Private Eye||Millie Talbot||"The Nevans Murder Trail "|
|1950||Ripley's Believe It or Not!||Unknown role||"Murder by Moonlight"|
|1950-1951||Ford Theatre||Unknown roles||"Heart of Darkness"|
"Dead on the Vine"
|1949-1951||Studio One||Sally Athelny
|"Of Human Bondage"|
"The Willow Cabin "
"Away from It All"
"Mr. Mummery's Suspicion"
|1950-1951||Kraft Television Theatre||Unknown roles||"The Great Broxopp"|
"Mrs. Dane's Defense"
|1951-1952||Robert Montgomery Presents||Unknown roles||"An Inspector Calls"|
"Happy Birthday, George"
|1957||White Hunter||Patricia||"Big Bwana Brady "|
|1958||Saturday Playhouse||Connie Crawford||"Heroes Don't Care"|
|1958||Sunday Night Theatre||Ida Hay||"Honour Bright"|
|1959||The Invisible Man||Carol Norton||"Picnic with Death"|
|1961||Alcoa Presents: One Step Beyond||Nurse||"The Prisoner"|
|1964||Dr. Finlay's Casebook||Fanny Senlac||"A Present from Father"|
|1974||Thriller||Betty Cornfield||"In the Steps of a Dead Man"|
|1984||The Weather in the Streets||Lady Spencer||TV film|
|1991||Miss Marple||Ruth van Rydock||"They Do It With Mirrors"|
|1993||Zorro||Ynez Risendo||"The Arrival"|
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- Obituary: Faith Brook, Daily Telegraph, 13 March 2012
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- McFarlane, Brian (2016). The Encyclopedia of British Film: Fourth edition. Oxford University Press. p. 101. ISBN 9781526111975. Retrieved 16 March 2017.
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- "("Faith Brook" search results)". Playbill Vault. Playbill. Archived from the original on 16 March 2017. Retrieved 16 March 2017.
- Terrace, Vincent (2011). Encyclopedia of Television Shows, 1925 through 2010 (2nd ed.). Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers. p. 192. ISBN 978-0-7864-6477-7.