Adam Brooks is a Canadian-born writer and director, living in New York City. He created Bravo’s third original scripted series, “Imposters,” with Paul Adelstein.
Brooks wrote and directed the film “Definitely, Maybe.” His other writing credits include “French Kiss,” “Beloved,” “Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason,” “Practical Magic” and the Academy Award nominated short film, “Duke of Groove.”
Brooks directed “Almost You,” winner of the Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival, “The Invisible Circus” and the pilot of the Bravo television series, “Girlfriends’ Guide To Divorce.” He has been a frequent writer and director, as well as a Consulting Producer, on the Golden Globe winning series, “Mozart In The Jungle.”
Brooks is an Adjunct Professor at Columbia University. He was a three-term council member of the Writers Guild of America East and is currently on the board of Writer Guild of America East Foundation.