Has no ancestors but 4 descendants in this family tree.
||Jerry Hall |
|Relationship||with Francis Fox|
||2 Jul 1956
||Gonzalez, Texas, USA
||6 Nov 2019 |
||Mick Jagger, b. 26 Jul 1943, Dartford, Kent, England, UK |
||9 Jul 1999
||24 Mar 2007 |
||Group Sheet | Family Chart
- Former fashion model
her family moved to Mesquite, TX in 1958.
Has a twin sister, Terry.
(June 2000) Selected by producer Sascha Brooks to suceed Kathleen Turner on the role of 'Mrs. Robinson' on the musical production of "The Graduate" for the London stage.
(May 2001, Cannes, France) Sold ex-hubby Mick Jagger's guitar for $52,000 at an auction to benefit AIDS research.
Judge on the panel of the 1999 Whitbread Book award, and a contributing editor of Tatler magazine.
Graduated from North Mesquite H.S.
Raised in a working-class Texas town, Jerry Hall rose to fame and fortune as a fashion model in the 1970s. Her first public romance with a rock star was with Bryan Ferry of Roxy Music. Jerry is on the cover of Roxy Music's "Siren" album and she was also in Bryan Ferry's video for "Let's Stick Together." That song turned out to be not very prophetic for Bryan and Jerry (who were once engaged) because in the late '70s, Jerry left Bryan for Mick Jagger (lead singer of the Rolling Stones), even though Mick was married to Bianca Jagger at the time. (Mick and Bianca later divorced in 1980.) Jerry lived with Mick and had two kids with him before they got married in 1990. Mick and Jerry have had a well-publicized on-again, off-again relationship, with Jerry threatening to file for divorce several times. In early 1999, Jerry filed for divorce again amid reports that Mick gotten a model named Luciana Morad pregnant. A few months later, Jerry changed her mind (again) and called off the divorce. By mid-1999, Mick and Jerry decided to annul their marriage, with Mick claiming that the marriage wasn't legal in the first place. It was around this time that Luciana Morad gave birth to a baby boy, and to no one's surprise, medical tests proved that Mick was the father.
Mick hadn't been known to be a faithful husband to Jerry, but apparently Jerry wasn't exactly monogamous either. She's been publicly linked to other men while married to Mick. Since breaking up with Mick, Jerry has been romantically linked to billionaire property developer Guy Dellal, billionaire investor Paul Allen, and film producer George Waud. Jerry is one of the few supermodels who's continued to work past the age of 40. She has also attempted to launch a career as an actress, but has had modest success in this area. She had small parts in some movies and TV shows, and also starred in stage productions of "Bus Stop" and "The Graduate." Her best-known acting role was in the 1989 movie "Batman," where she played Alicia, the girlfriend of the Joker (Jack Nicholson). Jerry has also written a book ("Jerry Hall's Tall Tales") and once hosted a TV special on VH1 called "Rock & Roll Weddings."
Also romantically linked to: Bryan Ferry, Robert Sangster, Lord James Neidpath, Count Adam Zamoyski, Lord David Ogilvy, Guy Dellal, Paul Allen, George Waud, Tim Attias