As a child, Brooke Langton lived in Illinois, Texas, and Japan. She settled down in California, where she studied marine biology and screen-writing. She also studied at Second City improv. Her first acting job was Budweiser's "Ginger or Mary Ann?" directed by David Fincher, which aired during Super Bowl XXVII, and her first role in a feature film followed as Nikki in Doug Liman's Swingers (1996). Langton has an adventurous spirit, a passion for travel, and a deep love for film and family. She is also an avid scuba diver.