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Halle Berry

Halle started winning beauty pageants as a teenager, including Miss USA in 1986. At the age of 17, she was crowned Miss Teen All American and began seeking acting roles as well. She appeared on television in “Living Dolls” and “Knots Landing”. Her silver screen debut was “ Jungle Fever”.

In ‘92, Berry enjoyed a role in “Boomerang”, and the following year was given the title role in the Alex Haley miniseries “Queen”. In 1994, Halle showed everybody that she could be funny and sexy at the same time when she played the role of Sharon Stone in the film version of the “The Flintstones”.

Critics slammed her performance in the drama “Losing Isaiah” saying that she just could not hold her own against legendary actress Jessica Lange, calling her onscreen moments “weak” and “uninspired”.  Critics seemingly changed their minds however when she was awarded both an Emmy and a Golden Globe for “Introducing Dorothy Dandridge” in 1999.

Halle followed up the Dandridge biopic with “The X-Men” in 2000, and also appeared in “Swordfish” that same year. That movie featured Halle’s first ever topless scene.  If that was a personal milestone for Berry, the following year would see her breaking even bigger, more important ground. Her Oscar win for “Monster’s Ball” was not only her first, but the first for an African American.

“Die Another Day” the James Bond movie did well, but that same year Halle appeared in “Gothika” which was promptly dismissed by the critics and audiences.

She redeemed herself however in 2003 with “X2: Xmen United”. Following up with the comic book role success, Halle tried her hand at “Catwoman” which was declared  the “biggest flop of her career” and earned her the dubious honor of  a Razzie.

The final installment in the Xmen movies came out in 2006 and did well. The following year, Halle appeared in “Things We Lost in the Fire” and “Class Act”.

Halle has had many hair style throughout her career, but most recently has been seen with a cropped cut, featuring fringy bangs.





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