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||Brooke Christa Camille Shields |
|Relationship||with Francis Fox|
||31 May 1965
||New York City, NY, USA
||28 Mar 2019 |
- Height 5' 10"
Had her marriage to Andre Agassi annulled so she can remarry in the Catholic Church.
25th January 2000: She was stalked by 41 year old Mark Bailey from Los Angeles while he was armed with a handgun over a period of three months (Oct 99 to Jan 00). He was arrested on Jan. 10th 2000 but has 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 the safety of her immediate family."
Dated Dean Cain while both were attending Princeton University
Added 'Camille' to her name at her Communion when she was 10 years old
Nude photos of Brooke, taken by photographer Garry Cross, when Shields was 10, were displayed in Manhattan's American Fine Arts Gallery, September 10th, 1998. The actress had sued Gross in 1981, tearfully testifying that the pics embarrassed her, but a court decision in 1983 gave Ross the okay to display the photos.
The hardcover version of the novel "Evalore" by Eva Jones has a close-up photo of Brooke on the dust jacket. Copies of the novel with the dust jacket intact are collectables. ISBN 0397012594.
Listed as one of twelve "Promising New Actors of 1978" in John Willis' Screen World, Vol. 30.
Brooke started her career in a TV commercial for Ivory soap.
She was chosen as Time magazine's Face of the '80s. Brooke is a Princeton graduate in French literature.
Her grandfather was Francis Shields, a professional tennis player.
While filming the Blue Lagoon, she had to have her hair glued to her breasts so nothing would show.
She appeared in the music video and sang in the choir on the song "Voices That Care."
Has a tattoo of her fiance's name on her ankle (Chris).
(5 September 2000) New Jersey accountant Mark Ronald Bailey, 42, pleaded no contest to stalking and terrorizing her and was ordered to undergo counseling and psychological evaluations, after prosecutors claimed he sent more than 100 cards and letters to her over the last 15 years, causing her "extreme fear and shock." The terms of his probation include staying away from her for more than a decade and keeping his distance from "her family, her household members, employees, employers or any of her agents."
Brooke's reply to mature roles, offered to her when she was 15 years old: "What does 'good in bed' mean to me?
When I'm sick and stay home from school watching TV and my mom brings me soup - that's good in bed."
Brooke's joking comment on her TV commercials for jeans: "If my jeans could talk, would I be embarrassed?"
Biography from Leonard Maltin's Movie Encyclopedia:
Actress. (b. May 31, 1965, New York City.) Former child model (since the age of 1) "discovered" for movies by director Louis Malle, who cast her as a barely pubescent prostitute in his Pretty Baby (1978). Although Malle (and Shields' zealous stage mother, Teri Shields) claimed that Brooke's nude scenes were handled tastefully, a naked 13-year-old was a bit daunting for many fundamentalist and anti-pornography groups, who caused much commotion and generated free publicity with their protests. Shields (whose first movie had actually been 1977's Alice, Sweet Alice worked feverishly over the next couple of years, appearing in King of the Gypsies, Tilt (both 1978), Wanda Nevada, Just You and Me, Kid (both 1979), Endless Love (1981) and, most visibly, in the execrable The Blue Lagoon (1980), a tale of two young children, stranded on a desert island, who discover love and sex (without parental guidance).
Although she was by that time one of the biggest celebrities in America, Shields took a four-year sabbatical from pictures to attend Princeton. Her subsequent films have been, for the most part, ghastly, and while Shields is a lovely young woman who tries very hard, she's never become much of an actress. Other credits include Sahara (1984), The Muppets Take Manhattan (1984, cameo), Wet Gold (1984 telefilm), Speed Zone! (1989, cameo), Backstreet Dreams (1990), and Brenda Starr (1992, filmed in 1986).