was the leader of Faction Hollywood
in the late 20th century
. After joining the Faction, he took on the title Cousin Gable
, but continued to use his real name. (PROSE
: The Book of the War
) Brookhaven was involved in the production of over seventy films. (PROSE
Using his charm and understanding of the entertainment business mindset, Brookhaven was highly successful at recruiting people into Faction Hollywood. (PROSE: The Book of the War)
Brookhaven was born in 1945. Details of his early life were impossible to ascertain because he frequently edited his past.
He was recruited to Faction Hollywood in 1977. Within two years, he became the leader of the group.
In 1995, Brookhaven began planning his "final" film, Mujun: The Ghost Kingdom.
On 3 September 1999, Brookhaven was involved in the filming of Mujun: The Ghost Kingdom in the Hollywood Bowl. Because Brookhaven was using a GCI processor, Chris Cwej was sent to stop the filming, and the two of them duelled atop Mount Usu. The enemy intervened in the confrontation and consumed Brookhaven.
Due to Brookhaven's mysterious disappearance in the last months of the 1900s, Variety referred to him as "the 20th Century Fox". (PROSE: The Book of the War)
The following is a chronological list of films Michael Brookhaven was involved in.