Biography of Brooke Shields
Brooke Shields is an American actress and model, daughter of Teri model Schmonn and Francis Alexander Shields, Revlon executive whose parents died of cancer were the tennis player Frank Shields and Italian aristocrat Marina Torlonia.
Brooke worked as a successful model since childhood, debuting in cinema at the end of the 70s, a period in which Louis Malle directed her in “Little” (1978), a film set in New Orleans prostitution.
In 1980 took part in one of its most popular titles, “The Blue Lagoon,” a romantic film co-starring Christopher Atkins.
With the progress of the 80s his film career garnered more shadows than light. The decade ended his studies in French Literature at Princeton.
From the 90s her acting career in television shone through participation in such shows as “Suddenly Susan,” “That ’70s Show” and “Women Of Manhattan”.
Brooke’s other film credits are “Black And White” (1999), urban drama directed by James Toback, “The Two Scenes Of Her Husband” (2004) film with Pierfrancesco Favino and Maria Grazia Cucinotta, or the comedy “In Leg of War “(2010), in which the New York actress played Brendan Fraser’s wife.
The Brooke Shields love life has been very hectic. He has been rumored romances with multiple celebrities, including Prince Albert of Monaco, singer Michael Bolton, politician John F. Kennedy Jr. (son of the famous president), and actors Dean Cain, Woody Harrelson, Ted McGinley, Liam Neeson and John Travolta.
In 1997 she married the tennis player Andre Agassi. This link was canceled in 1999. In 2001 he married screenwriter Chris Henchy, who has had her daughters Rowan Francis and Grier Hammond.