Monday, January 31, 2011

Halle Berry

Name : Halle Berry
Gender : Female
Date of birth : Aug 14, 1966
City : Cleveland
State/Region : Ohio
Country : United States

Halle Berry in the present Hollywood is regarded as the perfect embodiment of the amalgamation of beauty queen, successful model and an actress. As an actress she is the proud winner of Emmy, Golden Globe and Academy Award and also a former renowned fashion mode.
Halle Berry gallery picture
Halle Berry gallery picture
Halle Berry gallery picture
Halle Berry gallery picture
Halle Berry gallery picture
Halle Berry gallery picture
Halle Berry gallery picture
Halle Berry gallery picture
Halle Berry gallery picture
Halle Berry gallery picture
Halle Berry gallery picture
It was for her astounding role in the film Monster’s Ball in 2002, when she was awarded the Best Actress Academy Award and is still now the only woman of African America descent to win the Academy Award for Best Actress. It was in the late 1980s, when she went to Chicago to pursue a modeling career as well as acting and acted in a television series for the local cable by Gordon Lake Productions called Chicago Force.

In 1992, Berry was cast as the love interest in the video for R. Kelly's seminal hit, "Honey Love". Berry auditioned for a role in an updated Charlie’s Angels television series by producer Aaron Spelling. She became successful in impressing Spelling and he encouraged her to continue acting. 171 In the 1999 film Introducing Dorothy Dandbrige, she was portrayed as the first black woman to be nominated for a Best Actress Academy Award. In this HBO biopic, Berry's performance was recognized with several awards including an Emmy and a Golden Globe.

Berry is at present busy in making the transition to working on the production side of film and television. She is working with the noted author Angela Nissel to executive produce a comedy series based on Nissel's two memoirs, The Broke Diaries and Mixed: My Life in Black and White. In her modelling life Berry has served many years as the face of internationally famous Revlon cosmetics, and was recently named the face of Versace.. She is featured in Maxim Magazines’s Girls of Maxim gallery.

Being an African American decent sh e has faced several obstacles that has made her identity conscious. Halle Berry has stated that the manner in which people have reacted to her is often the result of ignorance. Her own self-identification has been influenced by her mother. In her own words,"I was raised by my white mother and every day of my life I have always been aware of the fact that I am bi-racial.

However, growing up I was aware that even though my mother was white, I did not look or 'feel' very white myself...Many times my classmates did not believe me when I said my mother was white. I soon grew tired of trying to prove that I was half-black and half-white and learned not to concern myself with what others thought.

I began to relate to the other 'all black kids' at my school more because quite simply...I looked more like them... If people would just learn to look at everyone equally and stop trying to label one another the issue of what we are all made of would be null and void...We are all members of the same race, the human race!"

adf.ly

Popular Posts

amung.us