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Brennan graduated from Northwestern University and is a licensed hunter (she has licenses that allow her to hunt in four unspecified states).She claims that she hunts only for food, Brennan is an utmost scientist, surpassed in emotional detachment only by her assistant (in first two seasons) and later coworker forensic anthropologist Zack Addy.They seem to have a fairly comfortable working relationship, despite the differences in their personalities.Temperance's character is very loosely based on author Kathy Reichs.Bones (by Booth and Parker Booth) Tempe (Jared Booth, Max Keenan, Russ Brennan, and Sully) Morticia (High school) Jenny Dahmer (The Movie in the Making) Sweetie & Honey (Angela Montenegro) Skeleton-Babe (Ike Latulippe in The Finder) Dr.B (by interns and Hodgins) Cherie (by Caroline) Bren (in Booth's fantasy) Dr.She hates this at first, but eventually comes to accept.
Along with her work at the Jeffersonian, Brennan is a best-selling novelist . Brennan's boss, and formerly (through Season 3) Dr.Her best friend and fellow co-worker is forensic artist Angela Montenegro. Brennan has a band of 'squints' (a term given by Agent Booth to describe what scientists do - "they squint at things"), specifically entomology expert Dr. Zack Addy, a bone trauma expert who was also once Dr. -- The Man in the Cell Brennan was inspired to be an anthropologist by the film "Mummy" as revealed on several episodes.Temperance "Bones" Brennan Booth, born Joy Ruth Keenan is a forensic anthropologist and works at the Jeffersonian Institute in Washington, D. She works with her husband Special Agent Seeley Booth to solve cases which require her expertise.He nicknames her "Bones", referring to her job as a forensic anthropologist.Portrayed by Emily Deschanel, Brennan is a strong female lead.
Although the character is named after the heroine in Reichs' crime novel series, her characterization was based on Reichs herself rather than the books' protagonist.