Halle Berry Biography
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Halle Berry was born on August 14, 1966 in Cleveland, Ohio.
After participating in the Miss USA pageant, Halle became a model, which led to
her first weekly TV series, 1989's "Living Dolls". She rapidly gained a
reputation for on-set tenacity, preferring to "live" her roles and remaining in
character even when the cameras stopped turning. This technique was not
universally condoned by her fellow workers, especially when she reportedly
refused to bathe for several days before starting work on her role as a crack
addict in "Jungle Fever" (1991). The following year, Halle was cast as Eddie
Murphy's love interest in "Boomerang".
Usually appearing in adult-oriented films, Halle gained a youthful following for
her performance as sexy secretary Sharon Stone in "The Flintstones" (1994). She
next had a highly publicized co-starring stint with Jessica Lange in "Losing
Isaiah" (1995). Her turn as a former crack addict battling to gain custody of
her child, who as an infant was adopted by an upper-class white couple, received
mixed reviews. Opinion of the actress' work was overwhelmingly favorable in
1998, when she starred as a street smart young woman who takes up with a
struggling politician in "Bulworth". The following year she won even greater
acclaim for her turn as tragic screen presence Dorothy Dandridge in "Introducing
Unfortunately, any acclaim Halle enjoyed was overshadowed by her widely
publicized brush with the law on February 23, 2000 when she allegedly ran a red
light, slammed into another car, and then left the scene of the accident. She
suffered a gash to her forehead (the driver of the other car sustained a broken
wrist), and was booked at a misdemeanor court in early April of that year.
Halle Berry was introduced as the new Bond Girl in "Die Another Day" (2002).
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