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HALLE BERRY (Rowena Price), the first African-American to win an Oscar® as Best Actress, continues to break down barriers. Most recently, she received Emmy and Golden Globe nominations for her acting work in the Oprah Winfreyproduced movie Their Eyes Were Watching God and as executive producer for the HBO telefilm Lackawanna Blues.

Previously, Berry was heard as the character of Cappy in the animated feature Robots. She heated up theaters across the country with her star turn in Warner Bros.' Catwoman. She also headlined the psychological thriller Gothika, confirming her status as a box office draw. In the summer of 2003, she reprised her role as ‘Storm' in X2: X-Men United, the sequel to the action hit X-Men, and most recently starred in X-Men: The Last Stand. In 2002, Berry starred as Jinx in the James Bond feature Die Another Day with Pierce Brosnan.

For her memorable performance in Marc Forster's Monster's Ball, she won an Oscar®, a SAG Award, and the Berlin Silver Bear Award and was named Best Actress by the National Board of Review.

Berry also earned the Emmy, Golden Globe, SAG, and NAACP Image Award for her performance in HBO's telefilm, Introducing Dorothy Dandridge, which she also produced.

Critics and filmgoers took notice of Berry in her feature-film debut, Spike Lee's Jungle Fever. She went on to star opposite Warren Beatty in the socio-political comedy Bulworth. Other film credits include Losing Isaiah, opposite Jessica Lange, Executive Decision (for which she won a Blockbuster Award for Best Actress in an Action Drama), the live-action version of The Flintstones, The Last Boy Scout, Strictly Business, Reginald Hudlin's Boomerang opposite Eddie Murphy, and Swordfish with John Travolta and Hugh Jackman.

Other television credits include the highly-rated ABC mini-series, "Oprah Winfrey Presents: The Wedding,” directed by Charles Burnett, and the title role in Alex Haley's mini-series "Queen.” The highest-rated sequel in television history, the performance earned Berry her first NAACP Image Award for Best Actress, as well as Best Newcomer Award from the Hollywood Women's Press Club. She also starred opposite Jimmy Smits in Showtime's original telefilm, Solomon and Sheba.

In recognition for her achievements as an actress, the Harvard Foundation at Harvard University honored Berry as Cultural Artist of the Year. Currently, she serves as an International Spokesperson for Revlon.

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