May 31, 1965
56 years old
6 ft 0 in | 183 cm tall
36-27-35 in | 91.5-68.5-89 cm
61 kg | 134.5 pounds
10 US | 40 EU
Brooke Christa Shields was born in New York City, New York, United States, on May 31, 1965, is an American actress and model.
Young Brooke Shields first started her career as a child model for Ivory Soap in 1966, when she was only 11 months old.
She got her television debut in drama film After the Fall (1974) in role as Quentin's Daughter.
She made her big screen debut in horror movie Alice Sweet Alice (1976) in role as Karen Spages.
Her breakthrough performance came as Violet in drama film Pretty Baby (1978), at the age of 12.
She was nominated for the Jupiter Awards for Best International Actress for her roles in films:
Pretty Baby (1978) drama as Violet
Endless Love (1981) romantic drama as Jade Butterfield
She won the Jupiter Award for Best International Actress for her role as Emmeline Lestrange in survival drama movie The Blue Lagoon (1980).
She was nominated for the Young Artist Award for Best Juvenile Actress in a Motion Picture for her role as Kate in comedy movie Just You and Me Kid (1979).
Wanda Nevada (1979) western comedy opposite Peter Fonda and Luke Askew
Sahara (1983) adventure drama in role as Dale Gordon
Running Wild (1992) drama with Martin Sheen and Dale Dickey
Freeway (1996) crime thriller opposite Kiefer Sutherland and Reese Witherspoon
Black and White (1999) drama with Robert Downey Jr. and Jared Leto
The Other Guys (2010) action comedy with Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg
The Hot Flashes (2013) comedy opposite Daryl Hannah and Virginia Madsen
Freaked (1993) science fantasy black comedy with Alex Winter and Mr. T
Chalet Girl (2011) romantic comedy opposite Felicity Jones, Ed Westwick and Bill Nighy
My Boyfriend's Meds (2020) comedy in role as Alicia, opposite Marco Antonio Aguirre, Jason Alexander and Pamela Almanza
She was nominated for two Golden Globe Awards for Best Actress for her role as Susan Keane in NBC sitcom Suddenly Susan (1996-2000).
She played Wendy Healy in comedy drama television series Lipstick Jungle (2008–2009).
She portrayed Sheila Porter in NBC crime drama television series Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (2017-2018).
That '70s Show (2004) Fox period sitcom in role as Pamela Burkhart
Nip/Tuck (2006) FX medical drama television series in role as Faith Wolper
She had recurring role as Susan Stewart in musical comedy television series Hannah Montana (2007-2009).
The Middle (2010, 2012, 2014–2016, 2018) ABC sitcom in role as Rita Glossner
Army Wives (2013) Lifetime drama television series in role as Col. Kat Young
The Michael J. Fox Show (2014) NBC sitcom in role as Deborah
Mr. Pickles (2014- ) animated sitcom in voice role as Mrs. Goodman
Jane the Virgin (2018-2019) romantic dramedy and satirical telenovela in role as River Fields
Attended the New Lincoln School.
Graduated from Dwight-Englewood School in Englewood, New Jersey (1983).
Graduated from Princeton University with degree in French literature (1987).
She was a cheerleader in high school and college.
She was the youngest fashion model ever to appear on cover of Vogue (1980), at the age of 14.
Featured on the cover of American Vogue thirteen times (1980-1987).
She won four People's Choice Awards for Favorite Young Motion Picture Performer (1981-1984).
Published her autobiography "On Your Own" (1985).
She is a vegan and animal rights activist.
Has two tattoos.
Featured in controversial print and television ads for Calvin Klein jeans in 1980.
She won the Young Artist Legend Award in 2020.
Lives in Manhattan, New York City.
She dated Scott Baio (1978), Leif Garrett (1979), Tico Torres (1992-1993), Liam Neeson (1992), Michael Bolton (1991-1992), Nicolas Cage (1987-1988), Dodi Fayed (1984-1985), Dean Cain (1983-1987), John Travolta (1981), Matt Dillon (1980-1981), Prince Albert of Monaco (1983) and Michael Jackson (1981-1993).
She was married to tennis player Andre Agassi (1997-1999).
She married American screenwriter and producer Chris Henchy in 2001, they have two daughters: Rowan Francis Henchy and Grier Hammond Henchy.