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Glenn Brooks Net Worth

Glenn Brooks Net Worth is
$5 Million

Glenn Brooks Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Robert "Glenn" Brooks is a Canadian politician who was mayor of Rideau Township and later Ottawa City Councilor representing the rural Rideau-Goulbourn Ward. He grew up on a dairy farm outside of Oshawa and became a science teacher, he and is a wife Gail also operated a small beef cattle farm.He was first elected to the Rideau Township council in 1977. A teacher by profession he ran for mayor of the township in 1978 but lost to David Bartlett. Brooks remained a councillor and defeated Bartlett in a 1985 rematch. In 1991 Brooks was defeated by local businessman James Stewart, who Brooks had defeated in his 1988 reelection. Brooks was nominated as the Reform Party candidate for the riding of Nepean—Carleton, but in March 1997 he resigned due to conflicts with the riding association before the election. Later that year he defeated Stewart to regain the mayoralty.Brooks was a strong opponent of the amalgamation of Rideau Township into the city of Ottawa, but once the new city was created he chose to run for the role of Rideau's representative to the city. The race again pitted Brooks against Stewart. Brooks won by a substantial margin and was reelected by approximately the same margin in the 2003 Ottawa election against Paul Paton. In the 2006 election Brooks was challenged by Scott Moffatt, but was reelected. In the 2010 election Moffat again challenged Brooks, and this time won by a substantial margin.
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ProfessionMiscellaneous Crew
SpouseGail Wallace

Location Management

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Away from Her2006location assistant
Slings and Arrows2005TV Series location assistant - 3 episodes
The Colt2005TV Movie assistant location manager
Due East2002TV Movie location production assistant
Murder Among Friends2001TV Movie location assistant

Miscellaneous

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Psych2006TV Series key production assistant - 1 episode
Code Breakers2005TV Movie production assistant: locations

Won Awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovie
2006DGC Team AwardDirectors Guild of CanadaOutstanding Television Series - DramaSlings and Arrows (2003)
2005DGC Team AwardDirectors Guild of CanadaOutstanding Team Achievement in a Television Series - ComedyThe Newsroom (2004)

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