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Halle Berry continued her long tradition of putting pretty much everyone to shame yesterday at Revlon’s annual philanthropic luncheon at Chateau Marmont.
Halle Berry turns 50 on Aug. 14. The Oscar-winning actress has lived most of her life in the public eye, and it’s been filled with triumphs and tribulations. Take a look at her full life so far, but remember that she’s far from finished!
Berry, in fact, was the first Oscar-winning actress to appear as a Bond woman in the 2002 film Die Another Day (alongside Pierce Brosnan), and Harris is in the new film, Spectre, as Eve Moneypenny, Bond’s boss and head of the British Secret Service. Her new December cover for Essence was unveiled at the gala. ‘Spectre’ actress on the cover of December 2015 Essence.
Halle Berry turns 49 today, and the Miss USA first runner-up, Revlon spokesmodel, and Academy Award winner has broken a lot of barriers and kicked a lot of arse, both on- and off-screen, along the way. Here are some of her best beauty looks through the years.
Smart, strong, beautiful, and incredibly talented, actress Halle Berry is a force to be reckoned with. Yahoo Beauty editor-in-chief Bobbi Brown interviews her about makeup, plastic surgery and aging in Hollywood, battling with not looking like her mother, and why she doesn't celebrate Valentine's Day.
Halle Berry competing in the Miss World Pageant in 1986/Getty Images. In honor of our Editor-in-Chief Bobbi Brown’s interview with Oscar winning actress Halle Berry , we decided to take a look back at the star before she made her on-screen debut—going all the way back to her pageant days. In 1986 she became the first African-American entrant in the Miss World competition, where she finished sixth. Her breakthrough film role came six years later when she starred alongside Eddie Murphy inBoomerang .