HALLE BERRY (Nina) recently starred in the miniseries
"The Wedding," which records the historic rise of the
black middle class, with Oprah Winfrey serving as executive producer.
Berry also continues her high profile association with Revlon
as an International Spokesperson.
Berry recently filmed the comedy "Why Do Fools Fall In Love,"
the Frankie Lymon story. She plays Zola Taylor, a member of the
world famous Platters singing group, who was married to Lymon.
Berry plans to star in and coproduce, with her manager Vincent
Cirrincione, a movie about Dorothy Dandridge for HBO based on
the book Dorothy Dandridge by the tragic actress' manager
Berry made her feature film debut in Spike Lee's "Jungle
Fever" as 'Vivian', a streetwise crack addict. She
also starred in the motion pictures "Strictly Business,"
"The Last Boy Scout," "Boomerang," "Losing
Isaiah," "Race the Sun," "The Flintstones,"
"B*A*P*S," "Executive Decision" and "The
Rich Man's Wife." She also starred in the miniseries
"Queen" and in the Showtime production of "Solomon
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