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Helen Brown (née Blackman; born 1954) is a New Zealand-born author and columnist, best known for her memoirs about cats and the meaning of life. Her book Cleo was a New York Times Best Seller and a film adaptation is in development by John Barnett (producer of Whale Rider) through his company Endeavour Ventures Ltd.
Brown was born in 1954 in New Plymouth. She studied journalism at Wellington Polytechnic. At age 18 she flew to England to marry her first husband, Steve, whom she had met three years prior. They returned to New Zealand and had two sons, Sam and Rob. Sam was hit by a car and killed on 21 January 1983, aged 9. Soon after, her family adopted a kitten, about which she wrote her best-selling book Cleo. The book is about a small black cat who helped mend a family's broken hearts. Cleo lived to be 23 years old. Brown had one more child, Lydia, with her first husband before they divorced.Brown married her second husband, Philip Gentry, in 1991. Together they had one daughter, Katharine. They moved to Melbourne in 1997 and have lived there since. Brown underwent a mastectomy after being diagnosed with breast cancer. During recovery, her sister suggested she get another cat. She adopted a Siamese cat and named him Jonah, after Jonah Lomu the famous rugby player. Jonah became the subject of her next book, After Cleo.
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