This Biography is about one of the best Actresses Halle Berry including her Height, weight, Age & Other Detail…
|Biography Of Halle Berry|
|Real Name||Halle Berry|
|Nick Name||Halle Berry|
|Personal life of Halle Berry|
|Born on||14 August 1966|
|Grouping of People||African American Actress, African American Women, Black Actresses, Illuminati Members|
|Diseases & Disabilities||Depression|
|Family Background of Halle Berry|
|Father||Jerome Jesse Berry|
|Mother||Judith Ann Hawkins|
|Spouses/Partners||David Justice – Eric|
|Children||Nahla Ariela Aubry|
|Education||Bedford High School – Cuyahoga Community College,|
|Net worth||$80 million|
|Awards||1995 – She won NAACP Image Awards for outstanding actress.
2000 – Berry won Primetime Emmy Award
2001 – NBR award for best actress.
2002 – she won Black Reel Awards for best actress.
2002 – Halle Berry won an Academy Award for the Best Actress for in Monster’s Ball.
2003 – NAACP Image Award for outstanding supporting actress.
2005 – She won Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Actress.
2007 – People’s Choice Awards for Favorite Female Action Hero.
2011 – NAACP Image Awards for outstanding actress
2013 – Only African-American woman to win Oscar award for the leading role.
|Personal Fact of Halle Berry|
Halle Berry is one of the highest paid actresses in Hollywood. She was a fashion model before foraying into the world of acting and had participated in several beauty contests. The daughter of an English-German mother and an African American father, her mixed ancestry explains her exotic features and unconventional beauty. Confident of her good looks from a young age, she began taking part in beauty contests as a teenager and won the Miss Teen All-American Pageant.
She became a model after being chosen as the first runner-up in the Miss U.S.A. Pageant. She started her acting career with a role in the television series Living Dolls before making her transition into films. She was offered a minor role in Spike Lee’s film Jungle Fever. She won the hearts of the industry experts with her dedication and commitment towards her work.
She gained a reputation for putting in her soul into whatever she did irrespective of whether the role was a small one or a major one. Her hard work and devotion helped her reach great heights of superstardom that had till then evaded actresses of African American origin sher role in the film Monster’s Ball won her an Academy Award for Best Actress in a leading role and made her the first woman of African American descent to win the award.