About Golden Brooks
It has been announced that the total estimate of Golden Brooks net worth is as much as 8 million dollars, as of right now. Golden Brooks has become known and rich because of her career as an actress. She is mostly remembered from the TV show called “Girlfriends” in which she was appearing in the period of 2000-2008 and where she was chosen for a role of Maya Wilkes. The show aired on the UPN/CW network and it has also increased the total size of Golden Brooks net worth a lot.
The actress was born in 1970 in San Francisco, California. When she was a little girl, she was interested into figure skating and competed a lot, winning many awards and trophies. In addition to that, Golden Brooks is also known as a classically trained dancer. Golden Brooks was studying jazz, ballet and modern dances. Golden Brooks was studying at UC Berkeley, where she became a major in Media Representation of Minorities and also minored in Theater. Later, she was studying at Sarah Lawrence College, where she got her Masters degree.
In the initial stages of her career in acting, Golden Brooks mainly appeared on stage as she performed with the Rodney Theater Company. Later, she appeared in many TV productions, such as “The Adventures of Pete and Pete”, “The Jamie Foxx Show”, “Linc’s”, “Promised Land” and some others. These appearances have also added up a lot to the total estimate of Golden Brooks net worth.
In addition to her appearances on screen, Golden Brooks has also appeared in many films, such as “Timecode”, “Hell’s Kitchen” and “Impostor”. These movies have also increased the overall estimate of Golden Brooks net worth.
However, she is still mostly known from the already mentioned show called “Girlfriends”, which aired on the CW network. In 2001, Golden Brooks appeared in one episode of another TV show called “Moesha”. In this show, she reprised her role as Maya Wilkes, as whom she appeared in “Girlfriends”.
In addition to appearing on screen, she has also worked behind the cameras. In 2006 she directed one episode of the show called “Hustle and Dough”. Moreover, she has written one episode called “Snap Back”. Her involvement into this industry has been awarded and recognized, too. She is a winner of Black Reel Award in 2004 because of the film called “Motives”, in which Shemar Moore and Vivica Fox appeared, too.