Birthday: July 2, 1956
Age: 64 Years, 64 Year Old Females
Sun Sign: Cancer
Also Known As: Jerry Faye Hall
Born in: Gonzales, Texas, United States
Famous as: Model, Actress
Height: 6'0" (183 cm), 6'0" Females
Spouse/Ex-: Rupert Murdoch (2016), Mick Jagger (1990-1999)
father: John P. Hall
mother: Marjorie (née Sheffield; 1924–2013)
siblings: Cyndy Hall, Terry Hall
children: Elizabeth Jagger, Gabriel Luke Jagger, Georgia May Jagger, James Leroy Jagger
U.S. State: Texas
Jerry Faye Hall is an eminent model and actress from the USA. She has appeared on the cover of the album ‘Siren’ and has also modelled for artists like Lucian Freud, Ed Ruscha and Francesco Clemente. Besides these, she has modelled for about 40 magazines including the ‘Cosmopolitan’ and ‘Italian Vogue.’ As an actress, Hall has appeared in the films ‘Urban Cowboy’ and ‘Batman’. She has been a part of the television shows ‘Cluedo’, ‘The Detectives’, ‘Just Shoot Me’, ‘ Kept’ ,’Hotel Babylon’, ‘French and Saunders’, ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ and ‘Who Do You Think You Are?’ The American actress cum model has also acted on stage in the plays ‘The Graduate’, ‘Picasso’s Women’ and ‘High Society’. Hall, who was once one of the most photographed models of the industry, serves as a global ambassador of Levitra. She was also once ranked at No.11 in the list of ‘World's greatest supermodels’ by Channel 5.
Jerry Hall’s modelling career began when she appeared as a mermaid on the cover of the 1975 album ‘Siren’. By 1977, she had modelled for about 40 magazines including the ‘Cosmopolitan’ and ‘Italian Vogue.’ One of the most photographed and visible models of the American modelling industry in the late 1970s, Hall was also featured in the promotional film for Bryan Ferry’s solo hit ‘Let's Stick Together’ (1976).
She eventually ventured into acting and landed a small role in the 1980 flick ‘Urban Cowboy’. A few years later, she appeared as Alicia Hunt in the movie ‘Batman’. In 1990, she got featured in an advertisement for Bovril. Soon after this, the actress was cast in the British TV show ‘Cluedo’ and in the series ‘The Detectives’. In the early 2000s, Hall acted in the play ‘The Graduate’. She then guest-starred in an episode of the drama ‘Just Shoot Me’. She then did the documentary ‘Being Mick’ in 2001. The following year, she was cast in the play ‘Picasso’s Women’.
After this, Hall starred in the reality series titled ‘Kept’ in 2005. That year, the American artiste also acted in the play ‘High Society’. She lent her voice to the character of Sister Penelope in the cartoon ‘Popetown’. Hall then guest-starred on the English television show titled ‘Hotel Babylon’. Around this time, she also began working on her autobiography ‘Jerry Hall: My Life in Pictures’ that was published in the year 2010. Two years later, she worked in a reprise of the play ‘Love Letters’ at the Gaiety Theatre. Then Hall moved on to participate in ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ before appearing in the series ‘Who Do You Think You Are?’
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Jerry Hall was born as Jerry Faye Hall on July 2, 1956, in Gonzales, Texas, United States, to parents Marjorie Sheffield and John P. Hall. She has a twin sister named Terry and three elder sisters including actress Cyndy. Hall attended North Mesquite High School and later on studied at Kim Dawson Modeling Agency.
Talking about the actress’ love life, she started a relationship with Mick Jagger in 1977 despite the fact that Jagger was already married at that time. The couple underwent an unofficial marriage-like ceremony in 1990 in Indonesia and raised four kids together: Elizabeth Scarlett, James Leroy, Georgia May and Gabriel Luke. Jerry Hall and Mick Jagger separated in 1999
Hall started dating Rupert Murdoch and got married to him in March 2016.