Kenneth Marshall
(Movies & TV)
Louis Malle
(Movies & TV)
Gena Rowlands
(Movies & TV)
Tom Cruise
(Movies & TV)
Michael Jackson
Mary Jo Codey

See also

Brooke Shields

Knowledge Identifier: +Brooke_Shields


Brooke Shields

American actress and model add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1965.

Countries: United States (68%), Italy (6%), France (6%)

Main connections: Pretty Baby (1978 film), Kenneth Marshall, Louis Malle

Linked to: The New York Times, American Lung Association, New Lincoln School, Princeton University




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Brooke Shields was born in 1965 add something


Shields began her career as a model in 1966, when she was 11 months old add something


Garry Gross - Gross was the author of a controversial set of nude images taken in 1975 of a ten-year-old Brooke Shields with the consent of her mother, Teri Shields, for the Playboy publication "Sugar 'n' Spice


In 1978, when she was 12 years old, Shields played a child prostitute her age in film "Pretty Baby" add something


Shields' first major film role was her 1978 appearance in Louis Malle's "Pretty Baby", a movie in which she played a child who lived in a brothel add something


Patrick Demarchelier - He has photographed many advertising campaigns, including Farrah Fawcett shampoo in 1978, the Brooke Shields doll in 1982, Lauren by Ralph Lauren, Cutty Sark, and a Calvin Klein ad with Talisa Soto and Giorgio Armani, Chanel, GAP, Gianni Versace, L'Oréal, Elizabeth Arden, Revlon, Lancôme, Gianfranco Ferré


Pretty Baby (1978 film) - "'Pretty Baby"' is a 1978 American historical fiction and drama film directed by Louis Malle, and starring Brooke Shields, Keith_Carradine, and Susan Sarandon


Kenneth Marshall - He appeared in the movie "Tilt" with Brooke Shields and in the title role in Giuliano Montaldo's 1982 television miniseries "Marco Polo"


Peter Fonda - In 1979, Fonda directed and starred in the drama "Wanda Nevada" alongside Brooke Shields


In 1980, she was the youngest guest star to ever appear on "The Muppet Show", in which she and the Muppets put on their own version of "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" add something


In 1980, the 14-year-old Shields was the youngest fashion model ever to appear on the cover of "Vogue" add something


In the early 1980s, she starred in the USPHS PSA sponsored by the American Lung Association as an initiative that VIPs should become examples and advocates of non-smoking add something


Kelly Preston - While living in Australia, Preston was discovered at 16 by a fashion photographer who helped her get work in commercials and other small parts, and organised Preston's first film audition in 1980 for the role of Emmeline in The Blue Lagoon , which she lost to the younger Brooke Shields


From 1981 to 1983, Shields, her mother, photographer Gary Gross, Playboy Press and the New York City Courts were involved in litigation over the rights to some photographs her mother had signed away to the photographer which were originally intended to appear in a book titled "Sugar and Spice" to be published by Playboy Press add something


She was the youngest person to host ABC's "Fridays", a "Saturday Night Live"-like sketch comedy show, in 1981 add something


She won the People's Choice award in the category of Favorite Young Performer in four consecutive years from 1981 to 1984 add something


Once Upon a Time in America - Early in 1981, Brooke Shields was offered the role of Deborah Gelly, after Leone had seen "The Blue Lagoon", claiming that "she had the potential to play a mature character


Herb Ritts - He photographed Brooke Shields for the cover of the Oct. 12, 1981 edition of "Elle" and he photographed Olivia Newton-John for her "Physical" album in 1981


Stephen Burrows (designer) - In February 1981 Brooke Shields, at age 15, graced the cover of Cosmopolitan magazine wearing Stephen Burrows


Kenneth Marshall - He played the title role in Giuliano Montaldo's 1982 television miniseries "Marco Polo", and appeared in films such as "Tilt" with Brooke Shields, "La Pelle" , and "Feds"


In 1983, Shields appeared on the cover of the September issue of Paris "Vogue", the October and November issues of American "Vogue" and the December edition of Italian "Vogue" add something


Her autobiography, "On Your Own", was published in 1985 add something


She moved to a dorm at Princeton University to pursue her bachelor's degree in French literature, where she graduated in 1987 add something


On the op-ed page of "The New York Times", she was scrutinized after she had publicized her school records from in the July 1987 edition of "Life Magazine" shortly after graduation from Princeton add something


By the 1990s, she promoted physical fitness as an extension of femininity, demonstrating that femininity and athletics are consistent rather than incongruous add something


Brooke has appeared in several Broadway theatre productions, including the musicals "Grease" as Betty Rizzo, the 1998 revival of "Cabaret" , the 2003 revival of "Wonderful Town" and "Chicago" add something


This role led directly to her being cast in the NBC sitcom "Suddenly Susan", in which she starred from 1996 until 2000, and which earned a People's Choice award in the category of Favorite Female Performer in a New Television Series for her, in 1997, and two Golden Globe nominations add something


Kathy Griffin - After starring in an "HBO Half Hour Comedy Special", Griffin had her first consistent public exposure in 1996, when she was cast as the acerbic colleague of Brooke Shields' title character on the NBC sitcom "Suddenly Susan"


From April 19, 1997, to April 9, 1999, she was married to professional tennis player Andre_Agassi; the couple had been together since 1993 add something


Andre Agassi - Agassi was married to Brooke Shields from 1997 to 1999


Bob Dole - Dole guest-starred as himself on NBC's Brooke Shields sitcom "Suddenly Susan" in January 1997


In 1998, she played a lesbian, Lily, in "The Misadventures of Margaret" add something


David Conrad - In 1999, Conrad appeared in the TV drama "The Weekend" with Gena Rowlands and Brooke Shields


Peter Cameron (writer) - A film version of "The Weekend," written and directed by Brian Skeet and starring Gena Rowlands and Brooke Shields, was released in 2000


In 2001, Lifetime aired the film "What Makes a Family", starring Brooke Shields and Cherry Jones in a true-to-life story of two married lesbian mothers and a baby versus the adoption laws of Florida add something


In 2005, Shields appeared in a season-two episode of HBO's "Entourage", entitled "Blue Balls Lagoon add something


In the spring of 2005, Shields spoke to magazines and appeared on "The Oprah Winfrey Show" to publicize her battle with postpartum depression, an experience that included depression, thoughts of suicide, an inability to respond to her baby's needs and delayed maternal bonding add something


In May 2005, Tom Cruise, a Scientologist whose beliefs frown upon psychiatry, condemned Brooke, both personally and professionally, for both using and speaking in favor of the antidepressant drug Paxil add something


Tom Cruise - A controversy erupted in 2005 after he openly criticized actress Brooke Shields for using the drug Paxil, an anti-depressant to which Shields attributes her recovery from postpartum depression after the birth of her first daughter in 2003.


Mary Jo Codey - In July 2005, Codey defended actress Brooke Shields after she faced criticism for discussing her postpartum depression


Richard Codey - In July 2005, Codey defended actress Brooke Shields after she faced criticism for discussing her postpartum depression


On August 31, 2006, according to, Cruise privately apologized to Shields for the incident and Shields accepted and said that it was "heartfelt add something


Three months later, she and her husband attended the wedding of Cruise and Katie Holmes, in November 2006 add something


In 2007, she made a guest appearance on Disney's "Hannah Montana", playing Susan Stewart, Miley and Jackson's mother, who died in 2004 add something


In 2008, she returned in the primetime drama "Lipstick Jungle add something


Stated on "Inside the Actors Studio", 2008 add something


Craig Ferguson - Ferguson co-presented the Emmy *award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama with Brooke Shields in 2008


In 2009, a naked picture of Brooke Shields, taken when she was 10, and included in a work by Richard Prince, "Spiritual America", created a row add something


In the June 2009 issue of "Health" magazine, Shields related that she lost her virginity at age 22 add something


Brooke Shields spoke at the memorial service for Michael Jackson on July 7, 2009, at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California, before a television audience of more than one billion people add something


Smile (Charlie Chaplin song) - Michael Jackson's brother, Jermaine Jackson, sang "Smile" at his memorial service on July 7, 2009, at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, shortly after Michael Jackson's friend Brooke Shields mentioned it had been Jackson's favorite song


In 2010 and 2012, she made guest appearances on "The Middle" as the mother of a brood of terror-inducing children and the nemesis of Frankie Heck add something


Roger Kumble - His next film, "Furry Vengeance", starring Brendan Fraser and Brooke Shields, was released in April 2010


Kendra Kassebaum - Kendra played the role of Sam in the upcoming musical, "Leap Of Faith", opposite Brooke Shields and Raul Esparza at the Ahmanson Theatre, for a out-of-town tryout running from September 11 through October 24, 2010


She performed in "Chicago" in London's West End. She took over the role of "Morticia" in the Broadway musical "The Addams Family" on June 28, 2011 add something


Melanie Griffith - In January 2012, Griffith was cast in the comedy film "The Hot Flashes" with her real-life friends Daryl Hannah and Brooke Shields


In 2013, Shields has been an occasional guest co-host in the 9:00 hour of "Today" add something