In 1973, Stuart was a wealthy upper class newspaper publisher. Stuart discouraged a young medical student named Snapper Foster from seeing his daughter, Chris. In a restaurant in Genoa City, Stuart paid for Brad Elliot’s meal and offered him a job. Jennifer and Stuart were divorced and then later reconciled.
Stuart Brooks may refer to: Stuart Brooks (The Young and the Restless), character from The Young and the Restless Stuart M. Brooks (born 1936), American pulmonary doctor This disambiguation page lists articles about people with the same name.
An original core character first appearing on March 26, 1973, Stuart Brooks was portrayed by Robert Colbert and is known for his marriages to Jill Foster and her mother, Liz. He made his last appearance in 1983, and was said to have died off-screen in 1984.
20 de jul. de 2020 · Stuart was a wealthy newspaper publisher and disapproved of medical student Snapper Foster’s budding relationship with his daughter, Chris. He also helped Brad Elliot get started in Genoa City by offering the penniless drifter a job.
Stuart Brooks was the owner/publisher of The Genoa City Chronicle, an upstanding citizen of Genoa City, loving husband of Jennifer, and was devoted to and very protective of his four daughters. Their eldest daughter, Leslie, an accomplished pianist, was very introverted and dateless because music had consumed her entire life.
Stuart and Jennifer Brooks. The Brooks were a middle-class family living in the fictional city of Genoa. They were a typical family of six; Stuart Brooks, the family patriarch, his wife Jennifer, and their four girls. Stuart Brooks owned a publishing company – “The Genoa City Chronicle.”
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