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Brooke Shields Biography

    "Want to know what comes between me and my Calvins? Nothing". If you had not heard of Brooke Shields before, this tagline from her Calvin Klein Jeans ad had to grab your attention. Not that she had not had a previously noteworthy resume. She was born on May 31, 1965 in New York City and, at age 12, she starred as a child prostitute in Pretty Baby (1978). Could this movie even be made today? It was considered risky and controversial in 1978. It was followed by another blockbuster, the romance adventure drama The Blue Lagoon (1980). Brooke has proved herself to be so much more than her early films. Her broad range of work as an adult would be quite an achievement for anyone, especially given how difficult transitioning from child actor to adult often is. She has never stopped working, whether it be a Bob Hope Christmas special, her own sitcom "Suddenly Susan" (1996) or as an author. She also managed to work on a degree from Princeton University. She has received a number of awards during her career, most notably The Peoples Choice award for 1981 through 1984 in the category of Favorite Young Performer. In 1997, she was honored again with The Peoples Choice award for Favorite Female Performer in a New Television Series in 1997 for her work in "Suddenly Susan" (1996). In her personal life, she was married in 1997 to tennis player Andre Agassi and was devastated when they divorced two years later. She married for the second time in 2001 to Chris Henchy. She has been open about using fertility treatments to become pregnant with their daughter, Rowan, born in 2003. When suffering debilitating depression after the birth of her daughter, she made the decision to put her feelings down on paper. Her book, "Down Came the Rain: My Journey Through Postpartum Depression", takes a hard, honest look at what she and many other women experience after childbirth. She still lives in New York City, and is still sought after for work in movies, television, and on stage. Pretty nice list of achievements for the once Calvin Klein jeans girl.


Brooke Shields Filmography

  • (2013) Starting Over with Brooke Shields as
  • (2013) The Hot Flashes as Beth Humphrey
  • (2013) Wild Horses as Herself
  • (2012) About Face: Supermodels Then and Now as Herself (archive footage)
  • (2012) Blue Gold: American Jeans as Herself (archive footage)
  • (2012) Craptastic! as Herself
  • (2011) Chalet Girl as Caroline
  • (2011) Piers Morgan Tonight as Herself
  • (2011) That Is All as Herself
  • (2011) The 65th Annual Tony Awards as Herself - Performer & Presenter: Best Featured Actor in a Musical
  • (2011) The 85th Anniversary of the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade as Herself
  • (2011) The Greening of Whitney Brown as Joan Brown
  • (2011) The Jonathan Ross Show as Herself
  • (2010) Furry Vengeance as Tammy Sanders
  • (2010) Teenage Paparazzo as Herself
  • (2010) The Boy Who Cried Werewolf as Madame Varcolac
  • (2010) The Other Guys as Herself
  • (2010) The Talk as Herself - Guest
  • (2010) Who Do You Think You Are? as Herself
  • (2009) Funny or Die Presents... as Sleeping Celebrity
  • (2009) Hannah Montana: The Movie as Miley's Mom (uncredited)
  • (2009) In the House with Peter Bart & Peter Guber as Herself
  • (2009) Late Night with Jimmy Fallon as Herself
  • (2009) Late Night with Jimmy Fallon as Lady Nora
  • (2009) Mark at the Movies as Herself
  • (2009) Michael Jackson Forever as Herself
  • (2009) Michael Jackson Memorial as Herself
  • (2009) Talk Stoop with Cat Greenleaf as Herself
  • (2009) The Middle as Rita Glossner
  • (2009) The Rotten Tomatoes Show as Herself - Actress
  • (2008) Justice League: The New Frontier as Carol Ferris (voice)
  • (2008) Lipstick Jungle as Wendy Healy
  • (2008) Sexo en serie as Herself
  • (2008) The 60th Primetime Emmy Awards as Herself - Presenter
  • (2008) The 62nd Annual Tony Awards as Herself - Presenter
  • (2008) The Bonnie Hunt Show as Herself
  • (2008) The Goldilocks and the 3 Bears Show as Ruby Bear (voice)
  • (2008) The Midnight Meat Train as Susan Hoff
  • (2008) The Wendy Williams Show as Herself
  • (2008) The Wendy Williams Show as Herself - Guest
  • (2008) TV Guide Live at the Emmy Awards as Herself
  • (2007) Agassi: Between the Lines as Herself (archive footage)
  • (2007) Army Wives as Katherine 'Kat' Young
  • (2007) Bag Boy as Mrs. Hart
  • (2007) Chelsea Lately as Herself - Guest
  • (2007) The Graham Norton Show as Herself
  • (2007) Xposé as Herself
  • (2006) 100 Greatest Teen Stars as Herself (archive footage)
  • (2006) 40 Dumbest Celeb Quotes... Ever as Herself
  • (2006) Guy's Big Bite as Herself
  • (2006) Hannah Montana as Miley's Mom
  • (2006) Lightfield's Home Videos as Herself
  • (2006) Rachael Ray as Herself
  • (2006) Tom Green Live! as Herself
  • (2005) 20 to 1 as Emmeline (archive footage) (uncredited)
  • (2005) 20 to 1 as Herself (archive footage)
  • (2005) Beautiful Music as Narrator (voice)
  • (2005) Bob the Butler as Anne Jamieson
  • (2005) Gone But Not Forgotten as Betsy Tannenbaum
  • (2005) Made in Hollywood as Herself
  • (2005) Martha as Herself
  • (2005) Michael Jackson's Boys as Herself (archive footage)
  • (2005) New Car Smell as April
  • (2005) Nigella as Herself
  • (2005) The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson as Herself
  • (2005) The Outsider as Herself
  • (2004) Broadway on Broadway as Herself - Performer (Wonderful Town)
  • (2004) Broadway: The American Musical as Herself (archive footage)
  • (2004) Die Geschichte des erotischen Films as (archive footage)
  • (2004) Entourage as Herself
  • (2004) Fashion News Live as Herself
  • (2004) Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade as Herself - Performer
  • (2004) Mariti in affitto as Charlene Taylor
  • (2004) Project Runway as Herself - Guest Judge
  • (2004) Retrosexual: The 80's as (archive footage)
  • (2004) The Batman as Julie (voice)
  • (2004) The Easter Egg Adventure as Horrible Harriet Hare (voice)
  • (2004) The N Word as (archive footage)
  • (2004) The Tony Danza Show as Herself
  • (2003) 100 Years of Hope and Humor as Herself
  • (2003) Gary the Rat as Cassandra Harrison (voice)
  • (2003) I'm with Her as Ivy Tyler
  • (2003) Jimmy Kimmel Live! as Herself
  • (2003) Mayor of the Sunset Strip as Herself
  • (2003) Michael Jackson's Private Home Movies as Herself
  • (2003) Miss Spider's Sunny Patch Kids as Miss Spider (voice)
  • (2003) Nip/Tuck as Faith Wolper
  • (2003) Regarding Ardy as Herself
  • (2003) The Desilu Story as Herself
  • (2003) Two and a Half Men as Danielle Stewert
  • (2002) BBC Four News as Herself - Actress
  • (2002) Class of... as Herself (archive footage)
  • (2002) Fear No More: Stop Violence Against Women as Herself - Host
  • (2002) I Love the '80s as Herself
  • (2002) The Disenchanted Forest as Narrator
  • (2002) Tinseltown TV as Herself
  • (2002) Widows as Shirley Heller
  • (2001) Headliners & Legends: Brooke Shields as Herself (archive footage)
  • (2001) Law & Order: Criminal Intent as Kelly Sloane-Raines
  • (2001) RTL Boulevard as Herself
  • (2001) The 28th Annual American Music Awards as Herself - Presenter
  • (2001) What Makes a Family as Janine Nielssen
  • (2000) After Sex as Kate
  • (2000) Breakfast as Herself
  • (2000) Massholes as Herself
  • (1999) 5th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards as
  • (1999) Black and White as Sam Donager
  • (1999) ESPN SportsCentury as Herself (archive footage)
  • (1999) The 1999 Annual Costume Designers Guild Awards Gala as Herself
  • (1999) The 25th Annual People's Choice Awards as Herself - Presenter: Favorite All-Time Television Star
  • (1999) The Bachelor as Buckley Hale-Windsor
  • (1999) The Weekend as Nina
  • (1998) AFI's 100 Years... 100 Movies: America's Greatest Movies as Herself
  • (1998) Celebrity Profile as Herself (archive footage)
  • (1998) Christmas in Washington as Herself - Host
  • (1998) Junket Whore as Herself
  • (1998) That '70s Show as Herself
  • (1998) That '70s Show as Pamela Burkhart
  • (1998) The 55th Annual Golden Globe Awards as Herself - Nominee: Best Actress in a TV-Series - Comedy/Musical
  • (1998) The Almost Perfect Bank Robbery as Cyndee Lafrance
  • (1998) The Misadventures of Margaret as Lily
  • (1997) Corazón de... as Herself
  • (1997) Just Shoot Me! as Erlene
  • (1997) Scratch the Surface as Herself
  • (1997) The 11th Annual American Comedy Awards as Herself - Presenter
  • (1997) The 23rd Annual People's Choice Awards as Herself - Winner: Favorite Female Performer in a New Television Series
  • (1997) The 54th Annual Golden Globe Awards as Herself - Nominee: Best Actress in a TV-Series - Comedy/Musical
  • (1997) The View as Herself
  • (1997) The View as Herself - Guest Host
  • (1996) Access Hollywood as Herself
  • (1996) E! True Hollywood Story as Herself
  • (1996) E! True Hollywood Story as Herself (archive footage)
  • (1996) Freeway as Mimi Wolverton
  • (1996) Suddenly Susan as Susan Keane
  • (1996) The Daily Show as Herself
  • (1996) The O'Reilly Factor as Herself - 'Pinhead' (segment "Pinheads & Patriots") (archive footage)
  • (1996) The Rosie O'Donnell Show as Herself
  • (1995) Legends in Light: The Photography of George Hurrell as Herself
  • (1995) Nothing Lasts Forever as Dr. Beth Taft
  • (1995) Running Wild as Christine Shaye
  • (1994) Friends as Erika Ford
  • (1994) Inside the Actors Studio as Herself
  • (1994) The Postgraduate as Fantasy Wife
  • (1994) The Seventh Floor as Kate Fletcher
  • (1994) Un amore americano as Greta
  • (1993) Bob Hope's Bag Full of Christmas Memories as Herself (archive footage)
  • (1993) Bob Hope: The First 90 Years as Herself
  • (1993) Corazón, corazón as Herself
  • (1993) Dangerous: The Short Films as Herself (archive footage)
  • (1993) Fame in the Twentieth Century as Herself (archive footage) (uncredited)
  • (1993) Freaked as Skye Daley
  • (1993) I Can Make You Love Me as Laura Black
  • (1993) Intimate Portrait as Herself
  • (1993) Late Night with Conan O'Brien as Herself
  • (1993) Late Show with David Letterman as Herself
  • (1993) The 35th Annual Grammy Awards as Herself
  • (1993) The Roots of Roe as Pomfret Witness (voice)
  • (1992) Fonda on Fonda as Actress in 'Wanda Nevada' (archive footage) (uncredited)
  • (1992) Hi Rock as Herself
  • (1992) Hi Rock as Herself (1992)
  • (1992) Legends of the West as Herself Co-Host/Lily Langtry
  • (1992) Oscar's Greatest Moments as Herself (archive footage)
  • (1992) The Larry Sanders Show as Brooke Shields
  • (1992) The Tonight Show with Jay Leno as Herself
  • (1992) The Tonight Show with Jay Leno as Herself - Guest
  • (1991) Desperately Seeking Roger as Herself
  • (1991) One on One with John Tesh as Herself
  • (1991) The 8th Annual American Cinema Awards as Herself
  • (1991) The Charlie Rose Show as Herself
  • (1991) The Charlie Rose Show as Herself (archive footage)
  • (1991) The Chuck Woolery Show as Herself
  • (1991) Voices that Care as Herself - Choir Member
  • (1991) Yellow Ribbon Party as Herself
  • (1990) 7th Annual American Cinema Awards as Herself
  • (1990) Backstreet Dreams as Stevie
  • (1990) Bob Hope's USO Road to the Berlin Wall and Moscow as Herself
  • (1990) Night of 100 Stars III as Herself
  • (1990) The Marsha Warfield Show as Herself
  • (1990) The Word as
  • (1989) Bob Hope's Birthday Spectacular in Paris as Herself
  • (1989) Brenda Starr as Brenda Starr
  • (1989) Quantum Leap as Vanessa Foster
  • (1989) Saturday Night Live: 15th Anniversary as Herself - Audience Member (uncredited)
  • (1989) Speed Zone as Stewardess/Herself
  • (1989) Tales from the Crypt as Norma
  • (1989) The Arsenio Hall Show as Herself
  • (1989) The Simpsons as Herself (voice)
  • (1988) Happy Birthday, Bob: 50 Stars Salute Your 50 Years with NBC as Herself
  • (1988) Live with Regis and Kathie Lee as Herself
  • (1988) The 14th Annual People's Choice Awards as Herself - Co-Presenter: Favourite Male Performer in New Television Show
  • (1988) The Diamond Trap as Tara Holden
  • (1987) Biography as Herself
  • (1987) Biography as Herself (archive footage)
  • (1987) Bob Hope Salutes the U.S.A.F. 40th Anniversary as Herself
  • (1987) Bob Hope Winterfest Christmas Show as Herself
  • (1987) Change of Heart as Herself
  • (1986) All-Star Tribute to General Jimmy Doolittle as Herself
  • (1986) Bob Hope's Bagful of Christmas Cheer as Herself
  • (1986) Bob Hope's High-Flying Birthday as Herself
  • (1986) George Burns' 90th Birthday Party: A Very Special Special as Herself - Cameo
  • (1986) One O'Clock News as Herself - Actress
  • (1986) The Annual Friars Club Tribute Presents a Salute to Roger Moore as Herself
  • (1986) The Muppets: A Celebration of 30 Years as Herself (archive footage)
  • (1986) The Oprah Winfrey Show as Herself
  • (1985) Bob Hope's Happy Birthday Homecoming as Herself - Performer (London Royal Gala)
  • (1985) Joan Rivers and Friends Salute Heidi Abromowitz as Herself
  • (1985) Night of 100 Stars II as Herself
  • (1985) Sally Jessy Raphael as Herself
  • (1985) The 42nd Annual Golden Globe Awards as Herself - Presenter
  • (1985) The Bob Hope Christmas Show as Herself
  • (1984) Blondes vs. Brunettes as Herself (archive footage)
  • (1984) Bob Hope's USO Christmas in Beirut as Herself
  • (1984) Circus of the Stars #9 as Herself - Ringmaster
  • (1984) Olympic Gala as Herself - Guest Performer
  • (1984) Regis Philbin's Lifestyles as Herself
  • (1984) Salute to Lady Liberty as Herself
  • (1984) The 10th Annual People's Choice Awards as Herself - Winner: Favourite Young Motion Picture Performer
  • (1984) The 26th Annual Grammy Awards as Herself
  • (1984) The Muppets Take Manhattan as Customer in Pete's
  • (1984) Unrehearsed Antics of the Stars as Herself
  • (1984) Wet Gold as Laura
  • (1984) Your Choice for the Film Awards as Herself - Host
  • (1983) Animals Are the Funniest People as Herself
  • (1983) Circus of the Stars #8 as Herself - Performer
  • (1983) Happy Birthday, Bob! as Herself
  • (1983) Hollywood's Private Home Movies as Herself (archive footage)
  • (1983) Sahara as Dale
  • (1983) The 9th Annual People's Choice Awards as Herself - Winner: Favourite Young Performer in Motion Picture
  • (1982) All-Star Birthday Party at Annapolis as Herself
  • (1982) Circus of the Stars #7 as Herself - Performer
  • (1982) Hollywood's Children as Herself (archive footage)
  • (1982) Late Night with David Letterman as Herself
  • (1982) Night of 100 Stars as Herself
  • (1982) Star-Studded Spoof of the New TV Season, G-Rated, with Glamour, Glitter and Gags as Herself
  • (1982) The 8th Annual People's Choice Awards as Herself - Winner: Favourite Young Motion Picture Performer
  • (1982) Women I Love: Beautiful But Funny as Herself
  • (1981) All-Star Comedy Birthday Party from West Point as Herself
  • (1981) All-Star Salute to Mother's Day as Herself
  • (1981) Bob Hope's 30th Anniversary Special as Herself
  • (1981) Circus of the Stars #6 as Herself - Ringmaster
  • (1981) Endless Love as Jade Butterfield
  • (1981) Entertainment Tonight as Herself
  • (1981) Entertainment Tonight as Herself (also archive footage)
  • (1981) Entertainment Tonight as Herself (archive footage)
  • (1981) Entertainment Tonight as Herself (uncredited)
  • (1981) Spring Fling of Glamour and Comedy as Herself
  • (1981) The 53rd Annual Academy Awards as Herself - Co-Presenter: Best Foreign Language Film
  • (1981) The 7th Annual People's Choice Awards as Herself - Winner: Favourite Young Performer in Motion Picture
  • (1981) The Bob Hope Christmas Special as Herself
  • (1981) Wetten, dass..? as Herself
  • (1980) All-Star Look at TV's Prime Time Wars as Herself
  • (1980) An Adventure in Filmmaking: The Making of 'The Blue Lagoon' as Herself
  • (1980) Bob Hope for President as Herself
  • (1980) Circus of the Stars #5 as Herself - Performer
  • (1980) Henry Fonda oder Die Qualität der Prärie as Herself
  • (1980) Men Who Rate a 10 as Herself
  • (1980) The Blue Lagoon as Emmeline
  • (1980) The Bob Hope Christmas Show and All-Star Comedy Special as Herself
  • (1979) An Almost Perfect Affair as Herself (uncredited)
  • (1979) Circus of the Stars #4 as Herself
  • (1979) Just You and Me, Kid as Kate
  • (1979) Leif as Herself
  • (1979) The 51st Annual Academy Awards as Herself - Presenter: Best Actress in a Supporting Role
  • (1979) The 5th Annual People's Choice Awards as Herself - Presenter: Favourite Television Variety Program
  • (1979) Tilt as Tilt (Brenda Louise Davenport)
  • (1979) Wanda Nevada as Wanda Nevada
  • (1978) King of the Gypsies as Tita
  • (1978) Pretty Baby as Violet
  • (1977) Bitte umblättern as Herself
  • (1977) The Prince of Central Park as Kristin
  • (1976) Communion as Karen Spages
  • (1976) La nuit des Césars as Herself
  • (1976) The Barbara Walters Special as Herself
  • (1976) The Muppet Show as Herself
  • (1975) Good Morning America as Herself
  • (1974) After the Fall as Quentin's Daughter
  • (1972) Canada A.M. as Herself (uncredited)
  • (1971) Film '72 as Herself
  • (1968) 60 Minutes as Herself - Former Girlfiend (segment "Agassi") (archive footage)
  • (1963) The Doctors as Elizabeth Harrington (1982)
  • (1962) The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson as Herself
  • (1952) Today as Herself


Brooke Shields Trivia and Facts

  • Had her marriage to Andre Agassi annulled so she could remarry in the Catholic Church.
  • She was stalked by 41-year-old Mark Ronald Bailey (a New Jersey accountant from Los Angeles), while he was armed with a handgun, over a period of three months (October 1999 to January 2000). He was arrested on 1/10/2000 but pleaded not guilty. The criminal complaint alleged Bailey "did maliciously and repeatedly follow and harass Brooke Shields , and made a credible threat...with the intent that she be placed in reasonable fear for her safety, and for the safety of her immediate family." On 9/5/2000, Bailey pleaded no contest to stalking and terrorizing her; he was ordered to undergo counseling and psychological evaluations, after prosecutors claimed he sent more than 100 cards and letters to her over the past 15 years...causing her "extreme fear and shock." The terms of his probation include staying away from her for 10+ years and keeping his distance from "her family, her household members, her employees, her employers or any of her agents." Ironically, seven years prior to this entire ordeal, Shields had won critical acclaim for her portrayal of another real-life stalking-victim (whose case inspired Americas first anti-stalking law): California computer-engineer Laura Black, whose story was told in and by the TV docudrama I Can Make You Love Me (1993) .
  • Added Camille to her name at her Communion when she was 10 years old
  • Nude photos of Brooke, taken by photographer Garry Gross , when Shields was 10, were displayed in Manhattans American Fine Arts Gallery, September 10th, 1998. The actress had sued Gross in 1981, tearfully testifying that the pictures embarrassed her, but a court decision in 1983 gave Gross the okay to display the photos.
  • Listed as one of twelve "Promising New Actors of 1978" in John Willis Screen World, Vol. 30.
  • Started her career in a TV commercial for Ivory soap.
  • Chosen as Time magazines Face of the 80s.
  • Princeton graduate in June 1987 with a bachelors degree in French Literature, with a minor in Italian, but says she spent most of her time making pottery, to relax.
  • Her grandfather was Frank Shields , a professional tennis player who acted in a few films in the 30s
  • While filming The Blue Lagoon (1980) , she had to have her hair glued to her breasts so nothing would show.
  • Daughter of Teri Shields
  • Became engaged to writer/producer boyfriend Chris Henchy on 15 July 2000 whilst on vacation in Mexico.
  • (1996, 2000) Chosen as one of the 50 most beautiful people in the world by People Magazine.
  • (1978, 1980, 1996) Chosen as one of the most intriguing people of the year by People Magazine.
  • The music group Blondie s 1978 album "Parallel Lines" contains the song "Pretty Baby", written about Brooke Shields.
  • In 1981, the New Jersey-based music group The Jitterz released a single titled "The girls want to look like Brooke Shields", which was a minor alternative radio hit.
  • Between the years of 1980 and 1985, she appeared on more than 300 magazine covers internationally.
  • Her great-grandmother, Mary Elsie Moore, was the sister of Glenn Close s grandfather.
  • On 25 February 1997 she and Andre Agassi filed suit against The National Enquirer claiming it printed "false and fabricated" statements about them and sought damages. The October 8, 1996 Enquirer headline read: "Brooke Shields...Suddenly on Top of the World...Therapy Ends the Nightmare of Pill-Popping, Binge-Eating and Tears;" the October 29 story, headlined "Brooke Wedding Disaster, Agassi Explodes," claimed that Agassi "lashed into" Brooke, Agassi and Teri "tangled like wildcats," Teri demanded a prenup, and Brooke "threatened" to derail the wedding. The case was dismissed.
  • Brookes legal birthname is Brooke Christa Shields. Her birth certificate was reproduced in both the 1978 and 1982 editions of "The Brooke Book." It is a widely misheld, and often reported, misconception that her birthname is Christa Brooke Shields.
  • For her role in The Blue Lagoon (1980) , Shields became the first ever "Winner" of a Worst Actress RAZZIE Award. She went on to "win" several more RAZZIES, and in 2000 was nominated as Worst Actress of the Century.
  • Appeared as one of the children in the flashback schoolroom scene in Annie Hall (1977) though her footage was cut out of the finished film.
  • Was paid $1 million in 1981 to endorse Wella Balsam shampoo.
  • Appeared on the cover of American Vogue thirteen times between 1980 and 1987. She made her first cover appearance at the age of fourteen.
  • At the age of fifteen, Shields became the youngest model ever to grace the cover of Cosmopolitan.
  • Attended and graduated from Dwight Englewood High school, in Englewood New Jersey, along with actress Mira Sorvino. Attended the all-female Lenox School until the eighth grade.
  • Her first daughter with Chris Henchy , Rowan Francis Henchy , was born on 15 May 2003 at a Manhattan, New York hospital. Her second daughter, Grier Hammond Henchy, was born on 18 April 2006 in Los Angeles. Grier shares the exact same birth-date as Suri Cruise.
  • At the ripe old age of 16, she had already appeared on the cover of every major fashion magazine including; Cosmopolitan, Elle, Glamour, Harpers Bazaar, Mademoiselle, Seventeen, and Vogue.
  • Named one of the most glamorous women of all time by Harpers Bazaar magazine. Others on the list included Coco Chanel , Grace Kelly , Jacqueline Kennedy , and Nicole Kidman (2004).
  • Attended her prom with Ted McGinley , who was seven years her senior.
  • The poor construction of sentences in her book "On Your Own" was the subject of an article by William Safire in the New York Times.
  • Ethnic background includes English, Italian and German. In the show Who Do You Think You Are she discovered that her Italian roots go back to France and she is directly related to Henry IV.
  • Was a cheerleader in high school and college.
  • Having taken jazz dance classes for years, she showed off her skills in the opening credits and a few episodes of "Suddenly Susan" (1996)
  • Her book "Down Came the Rain" debuted at number six on The New York Times Best Sellers list.
  • Named one of the 20th Centurys 100 most beautiful women by the British magazine Harpers & Queen. Others on the list included Gloria Swanson , Vivien Leigh , Lauren Bacall , Sophia Loren , Josephine Baker , and Catherine Deneuve (2005)
  • Ranked #12 in VH1s list of the "100 Greatest Kid Stars"
  • Is an only child.
  • Was ranked #22 in Channel 5s "Worlds greatest supermodel".
  • She has 3 half sisters: Marina, Cristiana and Olympia. She also has half brothers and a step sister named Diana.
  • Her paternal grandmother was Marina Torlonia (1916-1960), daughter of the Italian 4th Prince of Civitella-Cesi, an Italian aristocrat, and through him Brooke can claim descent from Henri IV, King of France, Lucrezia Borgia, and Honore I, Prince of Monaco, among others. Marinas brother, 5th Prince Alessandro (1911-1986) married the Infanta Beatriz of Spain (1909-2002), an aunt of King of Spain Juan Carlos de Borbón. Their granddaughter Sibilla Sandra Weiller (b. 12 Jun 1968), Brookes second cousin, married in 1994 Prince Guillaume of Luxembourg (b. 1963), a younger brother of the reigning Grand Duke of Luxembourg.
  • Was the youngest guest star to appear on "The Muppet Show" (1976). Brooke appeared in the shows final season when she was 15 years old.
  • (2006, 2008, 2009) Chosen as one of the 100 most beautiful people in the world by People Magazine.
  • Turned down the roles of "Emily" in Wild Orchid (1989) and "Roxy", Catherines girlfriend, in Basic Instinct (1992) because producers couldnt assure her the parts didnt require nudity.
  • Appointed Honorary Ambassador of Peace for the Harvey Ball Foundation along with Jackie Chan , Jerry Lewis , A.V.T. Shankardass , Prince Albert of Monaco , Jack Nicklaus , Greg Norman , Phil Collins , Jimmy Buffett , Dale Earnhardt Jr. , Darrell Waltrip , Heather Mills , Yoko Ono , Patch Adams , Sergei Khrushchev and Winnie Mandela.
  • Following a much publicized dispute with Tom Cruise over her use of psychiatric medicine to overcome depression, Cruise came to her home in 2006 and personally apologized to her for his criticism. Touched by the gesture, she accepted his apology.
  • Was among the guests at Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes s wedding.
  • TV Guide magazine chose her as the best TV guest star of 2006 for her performances on "Nip/Tuck" (2003) and "Law & Order: Criminal Intent" (2001). Others on the list included Forest Whitaker , Chevy Chase , Jane Seymour and David Morse .
  • Was the first choice for the role of Supergirl, yet Helen Slater was the one who got to bag the role of the Girl of Steel.
  • Cousin of Alessandro Lecquio.
  • (1981, 1988) Named one of Americas 10 most beautiful women by Harpers Bazaar magazine.
  • She and her "Lipstick Jungle" (2008) co-star, Kim Raver , both went to the same grade school.
  • She measured 5 feet 10 inches at only 14 years old.
  • Was friends with musician Chuck Berry in the 1970s and actor Scott Baio in the 1980s.
  • Since May of 1977, the longest consecutive period of time that has passed without her appearing on the cover of a US or international magazine is seven months.
  • Was so popular among younger girls that her very own Brooke Shields doll became available to purchase across the world. Her 1982 doll was labeled: The Worlds Most Glamorous Teenager.
  • The episode of "Friends" (1994) in which she appeared was the shows highest rated episode drawing 52.9 million viewers. NBC executives were so impressed with her, that they gave Shields her own sitcom: "Suddenly Susan" (1996) which lasted four successful seasons.
  • One of her biggest dreams was to host "Saturday Night Live" (1975). She was scheduled to host in the 1980-1981 season, but withdrew due to a writers strike.
  • Youngest guest star of "Fridays" (1980) on May 15, 1981. This broadcast occurred two weeks and two days before she turned 16 years old.
  • Was offered the role of Deborah Gelly for Sergio Leone s final movie, Once Upon a Time in America (1984) , but after a writers strike delayed the project, she didnt get the part.
  • Was offered the role of Allison Reynolds in The Breakfast Club (1985) , but turned down the offer. The role went to Ally Sheedy.
  • Did an audition for the role of Vivian in Pretty Woman (1990) , but the role went to Julia Roberts (and Roberts became a major star with this movie).
  • Was offered the role of Cherry in Francis Ford Coppola s The Outsiders (1983) , but turned down to the project. Diane Lane ended up playing the part.
  • Was considered for the role of Andie Walsh in Pretty in Pink (1986) , but turned down to the part since she was attending Princeton at the time.
  • Found a precancerous spot on her face [May 22, 2009].
  • Was offered the role of Catwoman in Batman Returns (1992) , but the part went to Michelle Pfeiffer.
  • Was offered the female lead role in A League of Their Own (1992) by Penny Marshall , but after a writers strike in 1988, a negotiation between Marshall and Shields fell through. She was replaced by Debra Winger , who in the end, would be replaced by Geena Davis.
  • Turned down the Kelly McGillis role in The Accused (1988) , the Andie MacDowell role in Sex, Lies, and Videotape (1989) and the Melanie Griffith role in Working Girl (1988).
  • Revealed in an interview that she lost her virginity when she was 22 years old, and that she regretted waiting so long, blaming her inability to lose her virginity sooner on not having a better understanding of herself.
  • Born at 1:45 PM (EST).
  • Is a spokeswoman for Tupperwares Chain of Confidence SMART Girls campaign, a program that teaches girls to nurture their mental and physical well-being.
  • (1977) Did a screen test for the role of Princess Leia Organa in Star Wars (1977) and the title role in Audrey Rose (1977).
  • Longtime friend of Anna Strasberg.
  • Her attorney is Gerald Lefcourt and her publicist is Jill Fritzo.
  • Her favorite classic movie stars are Marilyn Monroe , Rita Hayworth and John Wayne . Her favorite contemporary actor is Tom Hanks.
  • According to her autobiographical book "On Your Own" (1985), she beat Marilu Henner , Debra Winger , Jamie Lee Curtis , Jennifer Jason Leigh , Kelly Preston , Helen Hunt , Bridget Fonda , Lori Loughlin , Diane Lane , Rita Wilson , Sean Young , Daryl Hannah , Carrie Fisher , Ally Sheedy , Rosanna Arquette , Jodie Foster , Mariel Hemingway , Anjelica Huston and Melanie Griffith for her role in The Blue Lagoon (1980).
  • Ex-sister-in-law of Phillip Agassi and Tami Agassi and ex-daughter-in-law of Mike Agassi.
  • Starred on Broadway as Morticia in musical version of "The Addams Family," 2011.
  • Famously flubbed lines and had to read from the card during the opening of the 65th Annual Tony Awards broadcast, June 2011.
  • Had 5 miscarriages.
  • Played Susan Sarandon s daughter in two separate films: King of the Gypsies (1978) and Pretty Baby (1978).
  • In Turkey, Brooke Shields was voted the "most beautiful celebrity" by the readers of the mass circulation newspaper Milliyet in 1983.
  • She was nominated for a 2013 New Jersey Hall of Fame for Arts and Entertainment.


Brooke Shields Quotes

  • While promoting the film Pretty Baby (1978) , 12-year old Brooke was asked, "What does good in bed mean?" Brooke cheekily replied; "When Im sick and stay home from school watching TV and my mom brings me soup - thats good in bed."
  • Brookes joking comment on her TV commercials for jeans: "If my jeans could talk, Id be ruined." (1980)
  • "Im so naive about finances. Once when my mother mentioned an amount and I realized I didnt understand, she had to explain: Thats like three Mercedes. Then I understood." (1981)
  • "Im always amazed when people assume things about me - that foul language must upset me, or someones being gay must upset me. They think, O-o-oh, shes the most celebrated virgin. And really, I was surrounded by such an eclectic group of people my whole life." (2000)
  • People think of me as a mannequin, all show and no substance.
  • After 9/11, I am proud to live downtown. Theres something slightly defiant about living down here. (2004)
  • Being nice to everybody, saying hello to everyone in the room, signing every autograph; it was instilled in me at a very young age that this was what I was suppose to do. But I dont think it helps at all. I see more people who are rude or arrogant being rewarded - but, this way, I can put my head on the pillow at night. I can look at my child and know that, to my daughter, Im the best example I can possibly be. (2005)
  • On the May 26th, 2005 edition of "Access Hollywood" (1996) , Tom Cruise criticized her career and her "misguided" use of the "dangerous" anti-depressant, Paxil, to treat her postpartum depression. He also said that the best treatment option for women experiencing postpartum depression is vitamins. She responded by saying, "Tom Cruise s comments are irresponsible and dangerous. Tom should stick to saving the world from aliens and let women who are experiencing postpartum depression decide what treatment options are best for them".
  • "Smoking kills. If youre killed, youve lost a very important part of your life." (1982)
  • "Ive never been naturally fashion conscious. Im the kind of person who sees a whole outfit in a magazine, runs out and buys it but looks like a clown. Im not like Gwyneth and all those fashion-savvy girls, although someone told me they all have stylists." (2005)
  • "Honesty is the quality I value most in a friend. Not bluntness, but honesty with compassion." (2005)
  • "Ive never found therapy to be a sign of weakness; Ive found the opposite to be true. The willingness to have a mirror held up to you definitely requires strength." (2005)
  • Princeton gave me something that can never be taken away from me. It taught me how to think.
  • "Dont waste a minute not being happy. If one window closes, run to the next window - or break down a door." Womans World (3-14-06)
  • Im not enamored by fame. I dont covet it, the way someone whos anonymous wants it, and then their life changes. This has always been my life. You dont romanticize it when youve seen the underbelly of it, when youve seen rejection, the games, the way self-esteem is challenged and threatened. Its an industry thats predicated on knocking people down. Only the strong survive. (2007)


Brooke Shields Photoshoots

  • "Architectural Digest" (USA), March 2012, pg. 76-85, by: William Waldron, "Personal History"
  • "Vanity Fair" (USA), March 2010, pg. 224, by: Howard Schatz, "In Character Starring Brooke Shields"
  • "Vanity Fair" (Italy), 3 February 2010, pg. 144-151, by: Mark Liddell, "Prova D'Attrice"
  • "Veronica" (Netherlands), 14 February 2009, Iss. 7, by: Sunshine, "Startrax"
  • "Harper's Bazaar" (USA), January 2009, pg. 55, by: staff, "Blue-Jean Baby"
  • "Interview" (USA), April 2008, pg. 136-141, by: Collier Schorr, "Brooke Shields"
  • "InStyle" (UK), March 2008, pg. 116, by: Danielle Levitt, "Cause Celeb: Brooke Shields"
  • "Veronica" (Netherlands), 23 February 2008, Iss. 8, by: Sunshine, "Oeps!"
  • "Entertainment Weekly" (USA), 14 October 2005, Vol. 1, Iss. 844, pg. 56-60, by: Peterson, Mark, ""Brooke Shields in 'Chicago'.""
  • "New York" (USA), 23 August 2004, pg. 88-99, by: Denis Piel, "Human Shields"
  • "Celebrity Sleuth" (USA), April 2004, Iss. 31, pg. 12-15, by: staff, "TV Or Not TV: Suddenly Coozin'?"
  • "Interview" (USA), February 2004, pg. 86-91, by: Matthias Vriens, "Brooke Shields"
  • "Allure" (USA), May 2003, pg. 208-209, by: Michael Thompson, "Underneath Their Clothes"
  • "Glamour" (Italy), April 2003, pg. 378-387, by: Elfie Semotan, "Bella Brooke"
  • "Playboy" (USA), December 2002, Vol. 49, Iss. 12, pg. 205, by: Celebrity Photo Agency, "Grapevine: Three of a Kind"
  • "Us Weekly" (USA), 30 April 2001, pg. 36-39, by: David Schumacher, "Brooke Shields's Wedding Album"
  • "Hello!" (UK), 24 April 2001, pg. 60-65, by: David Schumacher, "Brooke Shields and Chris Henchy: Exclusive pictures of their wedding-which was even a surprise to the guests"
  • "Harper's Bazaar" (Australia), April 2000
  • "Cosmopolitan" (Hungary), September 1999, Iss. 9, pg. 138, by: FEB
  • "Playboy Special Edition" (USA), August 1999, pg. 41, by: staff, "Playboy's Sex Stars of the Century"
  • "Harper's Bazaar" (USA), July 1999
  • "Playboy" (USA), January 1999, Vol. 46, Iss. 1, pg. 105-128+214-220, by: D. Keith Mano, "Sex Stars Of The Century"
  • "Celebrity Sleuth" (USA), 1999, Vol. 12, Iss. 9, pg. 60-61, by: staff, "Peacock Teasers: Suddenly Susan"
  • "The New York Times Magazine" (USA), 20 September 1998, pg. 97-101, by: Andrew Eccles, "Brooke at Nite"
  • "Playboy" (USA), December 1997, Vol. 44, Iss. 12, pg. 172, by: Gretchen Edgren, "Sex Stars 1997"
  • "Playboy" (USA), August 1997, Vol. 44, Iss. 8, pg. 169, by: Kelly Jordan, "Grapevine: Suddenly, There's More of Brooke"
  • "Celebrity Sleuth" (USA), 1995, Vol. 8, Iss. 7, pg. 18-19, by: staff, "Planting The Jeans Gene: Brooke Shields"
  • "Celebrity Sleuth" (USA), 1994, Vol. 7, Iss. 7, pg. 12-13, by: staff, "Jacko's Wacko About Her"
  • "Celebrity Sleuth" (USA), 1993, Vol. 6, Iss. 7, pg. 52-53, by: staff, "Going Native: Brooke Shields"
  • "Vogue" (UK), January 1991
  • "Celebrity Sleuth" (USA), 1991, Vol. 4, Iss. 6, pg. 4-5, by: staff, "Pretty Baby : Brooke Shields"
  • "Egg" (USA), October 1990, pg. 94-97, by: Jeffrey Newbury, "Essential Elements"
  • "Harper's Bazzar" (USA), May 1989
  • "Harper's Bazaar" (USA), September 1988
  • "Harper's Bazaar" (USA), July 1988
  • "Celebrity Sleuth" (USA), 1988, Vol. 2, Iss. 2, pg. 12-15, by: staff, "Student Bodies: Princeton's Brooke Shields"
  • "Harper's Bazaar" (USA), June 1987
  • "High Society" (USA), March 1987, "Celebrity Skin"
  • "Playboy" (USA), December 1986, Vol. 33, Iss. 12, pg. 160, by: Jim Harwood, "Sex Stars Of 1986"
  • "Playboy" (USA), December 1986, Vol. 33, Iss. 12, pg. 93, by: Photographer Patrick Demarchelier with an appreciation by Bruce Jay Friedman, "Gorgeous Girls"
  • "Harper's Bazaar" (USA), November 1986
  • "Playboy" (USA), February 1986, Vol. 33, Iss. 2, pg. 181, by: Patrick Demarchelier, "Grapevine: Brooke Cooks"
  • "Vogue" (USA), November 1985
  • "Glamour" (USA), August 1985
  • "Life" (USA), February 1985
  • "Playboy" (USA), December 1984, Vol. 31, Iss. 12, pg. 206, by: Jim Harwood, "Sex Stars Of 1984"
  • "Mademoiselle" (USA), November 1984
  • "Vogue" (France), October 1984
  • "Vogue" (USA), September 1984
  • "Mademoiselle" (USA), August 1984
  • "Mademoiselle" (USA), March 1984
  • "Hustler" (USA), December 1983, Vol. 10, Iss. 6, pg. 119, by: staff, "A Look at Brooke"
  • "Playboy" (USA), December 1983, Vol. 30, Iss. 12, pg. 205, by: Jim Harwood, "Sex Stars Of 1983"
  • "Vogue" (France), September 1983
  • "Vogue" (USA), September 1983
  • "Glamour" (USA), August 1983
  • "Life" (USA), February 1983
  • "Playboy" (USA), December 1982, Vol. 29, Iss. 12, pg. 209, by: Jim Harwood, "Sex Stars Of 1982"
  • "Vogue" (France), October 1982
  • "Vogue" (USA), June 1982
  • "Harper's Bazaar" (Italy), May 1982
  • "Life" (USA), January 1982
  • "L'Officiel" (France), December 1981
  • "Playboy" (USA), December 1981, Vol. 28, Iss. 12, pg. 225, by: Jim Harwood, "Sex Stars Of 1981"
  • "Glamour" (USA), December 1981
  • "Life" (USA), December 1981
  • "Playboy" (USA), November 1981, Vol. 28, Iss. 11, pg. 171, by: Arthur Knight, "Sex In Cinema - 1981"
  • "Harper's Bazaar" (Italy), September 1981
  • "Harper's Bazaar" (Italy), August 1981
  • "Vogue" (USA), May 1981
  • "Harper's Bazaar" (USA), April 1981
  • "Harper's Bazaar" (Italy), March 1981
  • "Playboy" (USA), December 1980, Vol. 27, Iss. 12, pg. 242, by: Jim Harwood, "Sex Stars of 1980"
  • "Vogue" (USA), November 1980
  • "Playboy" (USA), November 1980, Vol. 27, Iss. 11, pg. 183, by: Arthur Knight, "Sex In Cinema 1980"
  • "Vogue" (USA), October 1980
  • "Harper's Bazaar" (USA), September 1980
  • "Glamour" (USA), August 1980
  • "Vogue" (France), May 1980
  • "Harper's Bazaar" (USA), April 1980
  • "Vogue" (USA), February 1980
  • "Harper's Bazaar" (Italy), January 1980
  • "Playboy" (USA), May 1979, pg. 155-159, by: David Platt, "Playboy's Spring and Summer Fashion Forecast"
  • "Ciné-Revue" (Belgium), 29 March 1979, Vol. 59, Iss. 13, pg. 7, by: J. v. Cottom, "Jeunes aujourd'hui, vedettes demain?"
  • "Mademoiselle" (USA), January 1979
  • "Playboy" (USA), December 1978, Vol. 25, Iss. 12, pg. 237, by: Jim Harwood, "Sex Stars Of 1978"
  • "Sassy" (USA), November 1978
  • "Playboy" (USA), November 1978, Vol. 25, Iss. 11, pg. 190, by: Arthur Knight, "Sex In Cinema 1978"
  • "Seventeen" (USA), October 1978
  • "Life" (USA), October 1978
  • "Vogue" (USA), July 1978
  • "Playboy" (USA), March 1978, Vol. 25, Iss. 3, pg. 101-105, by: Maureen Lambray, "Pretty Baby"
  • "Playboy" (USA), January 1978, Vol. 25, Iss. 1, pg. 108, "Film Directors' Erotic Fantasies"


Brooke Shields Other Works

  • (1989) TV commercial: Foxy Lettuce
  • (1981) TV commercial: Wella Balsam shampoo
  • (1980-81) TV commercials: Calvin Klein Jeans
  • TV commercial: Mattel's Barbie Doll
  • "Hope News Network" (1988)
  • "Best Catches" (1989)
  • (1970) TV commercial: Band-Aid
  • (2001) Stage: Appeared in "The Vagina Monologues" in Los Angeles.
  • (11/9/94-4/30/95) Stage: Appeared (as "Betty Rizzo"; Broadway debut) in "Grease". Revival. Eugene O'Neill Theatre, NY.
  • (3/23/86-4/6/86) Stage: Appeared (stage debut; she was attending Princeton University) in off-Broadway production of "The Eden Cinema". 11 performances.
  • (7/2/01-10/28/01) Stage: APpered (as "Sally Bowles" in the Broadway revival of "Cabaret" at Studio 54, NY.
  • (2000) TV commercial: Ivory soap
  • (1984) TV commercial: Arrid Extra Dry deodorant
  • (1982) TV commercial: Brooke Shields doll
  • (1981) TV commercial (PSA): The American Lung Association
  • (1988) Print campaign: Revlon
  • (1996) Print campaign: Gerard Darel
  • (1998) Billboards for The Gap
  • (1994) Print campaign: Charlie perfume
  • (1994-95) Print campaign: Dolce & Gabbana
  • (1980) Print campaign: Gianni Versace
  • (1992) TV commercial: Durasoft Colors contact lenses
  • (1980-81) Print campaign: Love's Baby Soft
  • (3/18/03-3/23/03) Stage: Appeared in "The Exonerated", off-Broadway. Also in cast: 'Cary Elwes' . NOTE: Danes was pregnant at the time.
  • (2003) Print ads: Bright Beginings Instant Baby Formula
  • (2003) TV commercial: Bright Beginnings Instant Baby Formula
  • (2004-05) Print campaign: Jones New York Collection
  • (9/28/04-1/20/05) Stage: Appeared (as "Ruth Sherwood") in the Tony-nominated Broadway revival of
  • "Wonderful Town" at Al Hirschfeld Theatre, NY.
  • (2004) TV commercial: Southern California Ford Dealers
  • (4/26/05-08/05) Stage: Appeared (as "Roxie Hart") in "Chicago", Adelphi Theatre, London, UK (her London stage debut). She then reprised the same role on Broadway (September 9, 2005 - October 30, 2005) at the Ambassador Theater, NY.
  • (2006-10) TV commercial: Colgate Total toothpaste.
  • (1985) TV commercial: President And First Lady health & racquetball clubs
  • (1984) Print ads: Cannon Mills' Royal Classic bath towels
  • (1992) Interviewed fashion icon Valentino in the September issue of "Interview" magazine.
  • (2007) Print ads: New York & Company
  • (2008-09) Print ads: America's Milk Processors' "Got Milk?" milk mustache campaign.
  • (2008-10) Print ads: Colgate Total toothpaste.
  • (2008-09) Print ads: with husband 'Chris Henchy' and daughters) for Royal Valvet towels
  • (2008) Book: "Welcome to Your World, Baby", illustrated by Cori Doerrfeld (childens book)
  • (2008) TV commercials/print ads: Volkswagen (its comical "Have a baby for love, not German engineering" campaign)
  • (2003-04) Stage: Appeared in "The 24 Hour Plays" on Broadway.
  • (1982) Stage: Appeared in "Night of One Hundred Stars", Radio City Music Hall, NY.
  • (1980) Appeared in 28 of 'Bob Hope (I)' 's TV specials, starting this year.
  • (1/92-2/92) Stage: Appeared (as "Melissa Gardner") in "Love Letters" at Los Angeles's Canon Theatre, CA. Later returned to the same role, this time at the New Mexico Repertory Theatre, New Mexico. (February 1993).
  • (1992) TV commercial: Starter Athletic Wear.
  • (1982) TV commercials: Kanebo Cosmetics. (Japan)
  • (1985) TV commercial: Chicago Health Club.
  • (2009) Print ads: the 20th anniversary of 'Badgley Mischka' . Also featuring 'Anjelica Huston' , 'Carrie Underwood' , 'Eva Longoria' and 'Lauren Hutton' .
  • (2009) Print ads: Coppertone's NutraShield Dual defense Sunscreen Lotion.
  • (2009-10) TV commercials: the Latisse prescription eyelash enhancer system.
  • (2009) TV commercials: Coppertone's NutraShield Dual defense Sunscreen Lotion.
  • (2009-10) Print ads: the Latisse prescription eyelash enhancer system.
  • (2010-11) TV commercial: La-Z-Boy furniture galleries.
  • (2011-13) Print ads for La-Z-Boy Furniture's line of recliners, sofa & loveseats.
  • (September 2011) She is playing "Morticia Addams" in the musical, "The Addams Family", on Broadway the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre in New York City, with 'Roger Rees' in the cast.
  • (May 9, 1978) Guested on the daytime talk show "The Stanley Siegel Show".
  • (2012) TV commercial for Foster Grant sunglasses.


Brooke Shields Trademarks

  • Her dark, thick eyebrows
  • Her "wholesome" image
  • Brown hair and green eyes
  • Statuesque, model-like figure


Brooke Shields Frequently Asked Questions

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      May 31, 1965

  • How tall is Brooke Shields?

      6'

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  • Where was Brooke Shields born?

      31 May 1965, New York City, New York, USA

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