Brooke Putner is a daughter of Gary Putner on the FX original series Sons of Anarchy. Played by American actress Hayley McFarland, Brooke makes her debut on the episode "John 8:32" in the series' sixth season. Playing a recurring role through the series' sixth and seventh seasons, her mother was killed accidentally as a result of John Teller's collision, and she was last seen on the episode "Red Rose" in the series' seventh, and final, season.

Biography[edit | edit source]

Season 6[edit | edit source]

In the episode "John 8:32", she's sitting near the new clubhouse. When Jax is talking with Wayne Unser, she hits Tig's bike with a wrench. Then she throws it at the window, and runs away from Jax. He finally stops her, but she escapes him anyway. Later, Jax found out that she hates MC for the death of her mother. She is next seen in the clubhouse, waiting for Jax. She thanks him for helping her father to keep the house.

In the episode "A Mother's Work", she begins working at the clubhouse in order to pay off the damages done to the window. 

Season 7[edit | edit source]

In the episode "Black Widower", she is seen still associated with SAMCRO, helping out at Diosa as well as serving as a babysitter for Abel and Thomas while Jax is incarcerated. 

In the episode "Playing with Monsters", it's revealed that she has a romantic interest in SAMCRO member Ratboy Skogstrom, as they are seen having sex in the same room as Thomas, which Wendy reprimands them for. Later, Brooke apologizes for the incident and admits to Wendy that she is in love with Ratboy.

Appearances[edit | edit source]

Appearances-Logo-SOA.jpg Season 6 appearances
"Straw" "One One Six" "Poenitentia" "Wolfsangel" "The Mad King"
"Salvage" "Sweet and Vaded" "Los Fantasmas" "John 8:32" "Huang Wu"
"Aon Rud Persanta" "You Are My Sunshine" "A Mother's Work"
Appearances-Logo-SOA.jpg Season 7 appearances
"Black Widower" "Toil and Till" "Playing with Monsters" "Poor Little Lambs" "Some Strange Eruption"
"Smoke 'em if You Got 'em" "Greensleeves" "The Separation of Crows" "What a Piece of Work is Man" "Faith and Despondency"
"Suits of Woe" "Red Rose" "Papa's Goods"
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