Berry Berenson Biography
Birthday: April 14, 1948 (Aries)
Born In: Murray Hill, New York, United States
Berry Berenson was an American actor, model, and photographer, who died in the September 11 terrorist attack. She was one of the passengers on ‘American Airlines Flight 11,’ one of the domestic passenger flights that was hijacked by five ‘Al-Qaeda’ members on September 11, 2001. Berry started her career as a model in the 1960s. However, that did not last long. She eventually started working as a freelance photographer, and in a few years, her photographs began to be featured in publications such as ‘Life,’ ‘Glamour,’ ‘Vogue,’ and ‘Newsweek.’ She also completed a book on designer ‘Halston.’ Berenson also worked as a photographer for Andy Warhol’s magazine ‘Interview.’ Her elegant and sophisticated photograph prints are still sold websites such as ‘Condé Nast Collection.' As an actor, she has appeared in films such as ‘Remember My Name’ (1978), ‘Winter Kills’ (1979) and ‘Cat People’ (1982). She also published a book titled ‘Dressing Up’ with her elder sister. Remembered as funny, witty, and sultry, Berry was known to be full of life and was described as an extraordinary woman who lived her life to the fullest.