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HALLE BERRY (Zola Taylor) recently starred opposite Warren
"Bulworth" and in the highly rated ABC miniseries "The
Wedding." Berry continues her association with Revlon as
an International Spokesperson.
Born in Cleveland, Ohio, Berry won a number of beauty crowns before
embarking on an acting career. She made her critically praised
film debut in Spike Lee's "Jungle Fever" as a streetwise
crack addict. Her next roles were in Warner Bros.' "Strictly
Business" and "The Last Boy Scout," and in "Boomerang"
with Eddie Murphy.
Berry played the title role in Alex Haley's miniseries, "Queen,"
the highest-rated sequel in television history, for which she
won the NAACP Image Award for Best Actress and the Best Newcomer
Award from the Hollywood Women's Press Club. Her other credits
include "Losing Isaiah" opposite Jessica Lange, and
the Queen of Sheba in the Showtime production of "Solomon
and Sheba" opposite Jimmy Smits, as well as "Race the
Sun," "Executive Decision" (for which she won the
Blockbuster Award for Best Actress in an Action Drama), the international
hit "The Flintstones," "The Rich Man's Wife"
and "B.A.P.S.," for director Robert Townsend.
The Harvard Foundation at Harvard University honored Berry as
Cultural Artist of the Year in March of 1998. Berry next plans
to star in and produce, with her manager Vincent Cirrmncione,
a movie about Dorothy Dandridge for HBO in the fall of 1998.
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