Halle Berry

Halle Berry was born on August 14, 1966 in Cleveland (USA). In college, the future actress studied journalism. In 1986, she won the title of "Miss USA" and even represented the US in the competition "Miss World" in London. After several years working as a model, including for famous company Revlon.

His acting career began in the late Berry 1980s with the TV series, but also became a turning point for her role in the film-drama "The point of Isaiah" (1995), Berry played illiterate alcoholic.

In 2000, Holly received the award "Golden Globe" and "Emmy" for the main role in the movie "Introducing Dorothy Dandridge," tells the story of the first African American actress to be nominated for "Oscar". Equally warm reviews it has received in the political game of the movie Warren Beatty "Bulvorte" (1998).

In the 2000s, Halle Berry became famous for his roles in blockbuster Bond girl "Die Another Day" and the trilogy about the X-Men.

In 2002, Berry became the first African-American actress, received the "Oskra" for Best Actress in the film "Monster's Ball." The following pictures of "Gothic" (2003) and "Catwoman" (2004) failed at the box office. Over the last actress she has even been awarded the prize "Golden Raspberry". However, in April 2007, Halle Berry became the owner of a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

March 16th, 2008 the actress gave birth to daughter Nala from the male model Gabriel Aubry.