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A few weeks ago I was talking to some brothers, and they said man I love sisters, but it seems like they are never satisfied.
Berry became the first black to win the Oscar for Best Actress, as the wife of an executed prisoner who falls for his racist killer in Monster's Ball.
Berry long refused to do nude scenes, but bared her breasts in Swordfish in exchange for a half-million-dollar bonus.
She worked as a model, and acted in a low-budget local cable show called Chicago Force.
Her first real work as an actress was on Living Dolls, a 1989 spin-off of the interminable Tony Danza sitcom, Who's the Boss? For her first movie role, Berry played a crack addict in Spike Lee's Jungle Fever.
AKA Halle Maria Berry Born: 14-Aug-1966Birthplace: Cleveland, OHGender: Female Race or Ethnicity: Multiracial Sexual orientation: Straight Occupation: Actor Nationality: United States Executive summary: Monster's Ball Berry was named after the Halle Building in downtown Cleveland, former home of the Halle Brothers Department Store. He left when Berry was four years old, then returned some years later but not for long.
Some accounts say he was abusive to both his wife and daughters.
Father: Jerome Berry (hospital attendant)Mother: Judith Hawkins (psychiatric nurse)Sister: Heidi Berry Husband: David Justice (baseball player, m. 1997)Boyfriend: Shemar Moore (actor, dated 2001)Husband: Eric Benét (singer, m. 3-Jan-2005)Daughter: India (step-child, daughter of Eric)Boyfriend: Fred Durst (according to him)Boyfriend: Pitof (film director, rumored to be dating)Boyfriend: John Ronan Boyfriend: Michael Ealy (actor)Boyfriend: Gabriel Aubry (model, together 2005-10, one daughter)Daughter: Nahla Ariela Aubry (b.
16-Mar-2008)Husband: Olivier Martinez (actor, together 2010-13, m. 2015) High School: Bedford High School, Bedford, OH (1984) University: Cuyahoga Community College, Cleveland, OH (no degree) Endorsement of Pepsi Endorsement of Revlon Obama for America Beauty Contest Miss Teen All-America (1985) Oscar for Best Actress 2002 for Monster's Ball Emmy 2000 for Introducing Dorothy Dandridge Golden Globe 2002 for Introducing Dorothy Dandridge Bond Girls Giacinta "Jinx" Johnson in Die Another Day Fainted during a taping of "Living Dolls" (1989) Suicide Attempt carbon monoxide (1997), abortive Leaving the Scene of an Accident Los Angeles, CA (Feb-2000) In Vitro Fertilization English Ancestry Maternal Risk Factors: Diabetes, Depression Kevin Hart: What Now?
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Amidst the career track, basketball and bar hopping, "The Brothers" love women, as many as possible, but shocking revelation tests the foursome's friendship and changes their dating habits forever. I say I'm ready, love says "Not yet, Jackson, she dated your father." Maybe there is love out there, but it's running from me. See more » The Brothers is a classic tale of boys becoming men.