|This article is about the TV Series character. For other pages with the same name, see: Brooke|
- "I'm not going anywhere!"
- —Brooke to the Savior lieutenants.[src]
Nothing is known about Brooke's life prior to or as the outbreak began.
At some point in the apocalypse, Brooke somehow came into contact with a group named "the Saviors" which she subsequently joined upon where she was appointed as a worker for the Sanctuary.
Brooke, along with José, Potter, and many other workers confronts the Savior lieutenants, demanding power, water, and other amenities. She demands the whereabouts of Negan whom she claims is supposed to protect the workers. When Negan starts whistling and makes his way toward the crowd, Brooke and the others quickly take a knee
Brooke is producing bullets with the other workers when she listens to Eugene's speech about meeting the minimum quota for Simon. When a soot-covered Eugene returns after his brief absence, Brooke and the other Saviors are ordered to complete the entire bullet order in anticipation of Negan's final assault on the militia.
At some point following Rick's assumed death, the Sanctuary eventually falls as a community, with most of its residents integrating into Alexandria, Hilltop, and the Kingdom, though some chose not to join any of the communities. Since then, Brooke has not been seen among the communities after the Sanctuary fell, leaving her with an unknown fate.
This list shows the victims Brooke has killed:
- Cam (Possibly; Indirectly Caused, Accidental)
- Wade (Possibly; Indirectly Caused, Accidental)
- Huck (Possibly; Indirectly Caused, Accidental)
- Dozens of unnamed Saviors (Indirectly Caused, Accidental)
- Possibly numerous counts of zombies
- Brooke is named after the actress who portrays her, Brooke Jaye Taylor.
- Brooke, along with Gina, was not credited for her appearance in "Dead or Alive Or".