Halle Maria Berry [ ˈhælɪ ˈbɛɹɪ ] (born August 14, 1966 in Cleveland , Ohio ) is an American actress . She was best known for the film drama Monster’s Ball , for which she was the first African-American actress to be awarded the Oscar for Best Actress in 2002.
Halle Berry, the child of a white mother and a black father, was named by her mother Judith after the popular Halle's department store in Cleveland . The parents separated when she was four years old. The mother moved with Halle and her older sister to a predominantly white suburb. The sisters were repeatedly exposed to racist hostility there, so that Halle withdrew very much.
At first she took part in numerous beauty pageants , some of which she won; among other things she was "Miss Ohio USA". In 1986 she was the first African American woman to take part in the “ Miss World ” election. There she reached sixth place. At the age of 18 she decided to study journalism , which she dropped out after an internship. After that, she tried acting.
Her first television appearance had in 1991 in the TV comedy series Living Dolls , shortly after she got a role in the television series Knots Landing . On her film debut, she had to face a special acting challenge. In Spike Lee's Jungle Fever (1991) she played the drug addict Vivian on the side of Wesley Snipes . She then had notable success with the film Boomerang and the television miniseries Queen (1993). She received international attention in 1994 for the film Flintstones - The Flintstones . This was followed by some less important films and it was not until 1999 that Berry was able to show herself again as a character actress in the TV production Rising Star .
After roles in films like X-Men and Password: Swordfish , she made her breakthrough in 2001 with Monster's Ball . In 2002 she took on the role of a secret agent for the NSA in James Bond - Die Another Day at Pierce Brosnan's side . In 2004, Catwoman proved a commercial failure. In 2005, Berry was awarded the Golden Raspberry for her portrayal .
In 2010, the Canadian drama Frankie and Alice came to the cinemas, in which she played the female lead and which she had co-produced. In 2012 she was starred by Brad Anderson for the thriller The Call - Don't hang up! Cast, in which Berry plays an employee of the LAPD emergency call center. The film was released in 2013.
Berry holds the rights to the film adaptation of the life of the Afro-American pianist and author Philippa Schuyler . Halle Berry's German voice actress is Melanie Pukaß . When Berry lost consciousness in 1989 while filming the television series Living Dolls , she was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes mellitus , and since then she has been volunteering for the Juvenile Diabetes Association. In addition, Berry has only had 20 percent hearing in her right ear since she was hit by a violent friend in the early 1990s.
In 1991 she was dating Spike Lee . From 1992 to 1996 she was married to baseball player David Justice and from 2001 to 2005 with R&B singer Eric Benét . Their daughter was born on March 16, 2008. The child's father is Gabriel Aubry , to whom she was engaged from mid-May 2008. In April 2010, the couple's separation became known. In March 2012, Berry announced the engagement to French fellow actor Olivier Martinez announced on its side them in the action film in 2012 Dark Tide had participated. A custody battle with Aubry in November 2012 prevented her plans to move to Paris with Martinez and her daughter . On July 13, 2013, she married Olivier Martinez in France, and their son was born on October 5, 2013. The marriage ended in divorce at the end of 2016.
- 1991: Jungle Fever
- 1991: Strictly Business
- 1991: Last Boy Scout (The Last Boy Scout)
- 1992: Boomerang
- 1993: Queen (miniseries)
- 1993: The Kidnapper (Father Hood)
- 1993: The Challenge (The Program)
- 1994: Flintstones - The Flintstones (The Flintstones)
- 1995: The Other Mother (Losing Isaiah)
- 1996: Executive Decision (Executive Decision)
- 1996: Race the Sun (Race the Sun)
- 1996: Deadly Conspiracy (The Rich Man's Wife)
- 1997: Beverly Hills Beauties (B * A * P * S)
- 1998: Bulworth
- 1998: The Wedding (TV movie)
- 1998: Why Do Fools Fall in Love - The Roots of Rock 'n' Roll (Why Do Fools Fall in Love)
- 1999: Rising Star ( Introducing Dorothy Dandridge , TV movie)
- 2000: X-Men
- 2001: Password: Swordfish (Swordfish)
- 2001: Monster's Ball
- 2002: James Bond 007 - Die Another Day
- 2003: X-Men 2
- 2003: Gothika
- 2004: Catwoman
- 2005: The Love Never Dies (Their Eyes Were Watching God)
- 2005: Love Never Dies (Their Eyes Were Watching God , Movie made for TV)
- 2006: X- Men: The Last Stand
- 2007: Seduction of a Stranger (Perfect Stranger)
- 2007: A New Chance (Things We Lost in the Fire)
- 2010: Frankie & Alice
- 2011: Happy New Year (New Year's Eve)
- 2012: Dark Tide
- 2012: Cloud Atlas
- 2013: Movie 43
- 2013: The Call - don't hang up! (The Call)
- 2014: X-Men: Future is Past (X-Men: Days of Future Past)
- 2014–2015: Extant (TV series, 26 episodes)
- 2017: Kidnap - Kidnapped in Louisiana (Kidnap)
- 2017: Kingsman: The Golden Circle
- 2017: Kings
- 2019: John Wick: Chapter 3 (John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum)
Awards and nominations
- 2002 : Best Actress for Monster's Ball
- 2000 : Best Actress - Miniseries or TV Movie for Rising Star
- 2002 : Nomination for Best Actress - Drama for Monster's Ball
- 2006 : Nomination for best leading actress - mini-series or TV film for Love Never Dies
- 2011 : Nomination for Best Actress - Drama for Frankie and Alice
- 2000 : Best Actress in a Miniseries or TV Movie for Rising Star
- 2005 : Nomination for best leading actress in a miniseries or a television film for Love Never Dies
- 2003 : Nomination for Best Actress for Monster's Ball
- 2000 : Best Actress in a TV Movie or Miniseries for Rising Star
- 2002 : Best Actress for Monster's Ball
- 2005 : Worst Actress for Catwoman
- 2014 : Nomination as worst actress for Movie 43 and The Call - Don't hang up!
- Halle Berry in theInternet Movie Database(English)
↑ Yang Jie: Halle Berry, "Black Pearl" to win Oscar's Best Actress. CCTV.com , March 31, 2008, accessed March 24, 2017 . Hale Berry Biography. People.com , archived from the original on August 29, 2016 ; accessed on April 27, 2015 (English).
- ↑ Halle Berry - Pictures, Info & Biography. star database on ProSieben , July 10, 2014, accessed on March 24, 2017 .
↑ Halle Berry & Co.: Career springboard: beauty contests! Schweizer Illustrierte , March 7, 2014, accessed on March 24, 2017.
Career start as a beauty queen . ( Memento from September 23, 2015 in the Internet Archive ) Bunte , January 8, 2011, accessed on March 24, 2017.
- ↑ Frankie and Alice (2010) in the Internet Movie Database (English)
- ^ Halle Berry Signs on for The Hive. Dread Central, March 15, 2012; archived from the original on July 29, 2012 ; accessed on March 24, 2017 (English).
- ↑ The Call - Don't hang up! (II) (2013) Release Info . IMDb , accessed March 24, 2017.
- ↑ Matt Munday: Sweet soul superstar Singer - and now actress - Alicia Keys has moved up to a new level. The Daily Telegraph , June 19, 2004, p. 7 , accessed March 24, 2017 .
- ^ Halle Berry - Living with Diabetes in Hollywood . Diabetes Austria, accessed on March 24, 2017.
- ↑ a b Halle Berry . In: Internationales Biographisches Archiv 04/2013 from January 22, 2013, supplemented by news from MA-Journal up to week 05/2013 (accessed via Munzinger Online ).
- ↑ Offspring: Halle Berry is mother. Spiegel Online , March 17, 2008, accessed March 24, 2017 .
- ↑ Halle Berry and Olivier Martinez got married. Spiegel Online , July 14, 2013, accessed March 24, 2017 .
- ↑ Mom at 47: Halle Berry has her second child. Stern.de , October 6, 2013, accessed on March 24, 2017 .
- ↑ Divorce through! But what will happen to Maceo (3) now? Bunte.de, December 31, 2016, accessed on May 6, 2017 .
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|ALTERNATIVE NAMES||Berry, Halle Maria (full name)|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||US-american actress|
|DATE OF BIRTH||August 14, 1966|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Cleveland , Ohio , USA|