Jerry Faye Hall is an American model and actress who was born on July 2, 1956. She started modeling in the 1970s and quickly rose to the top of the industry. She made the switch to acting and starred in Batman in 1989.
The Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger had four children with Hall, who was his longtime lover. She then wed media billionaire Rupert Murdoch, from whom she is currently divorced.
Jerry Hall Early Life
Marjorie, a medical records librarian, and John P. Hall welcomed Hall into the world in Gonzales, Texas. She is of Dutch, English, and Irish ancestry. She was reared in Mesquite, Texas, a suburb of Dallas.
At age 16, Hall received an early North Mesquite High School diploma. She studied gymnastics, tennis, and archery at Eastfield College while still in high school. Since she was sixteen, Hall has spoken French with ease.
Terry, her identical twin sister, has had positions as a real estate broker, real estate investor, and photographer. One of their three older sisters, Rosy Hall, was a pioneering Dallas Cowboys cheerleader.
In the television show Who Do You Think You Are?, Hall learned that she was related to Daniel Boone’s friend and associate Humphrey Best.
Jerry Hall Personal Life
In 1975, Hall began dating the musician Bryan Ferry, who he later broke up with in favor of Mick Jagger. The Hindu wedding ceremony between Jagger and Hall took place on November 21, 1990, in Bali, Indonesia.
The High Court of England and Wales later pronounced the purported marriage null and void ab initio in 1999, holding that neither Indonesian nor English law recognized the “marriage” as being legitimate.
Elizabeth Scarlett (born 1984), James Leroy (born 1985), Georgia May (born 1992), and Gabriel Luke are the couple’s four children (born 1997).
Downe House, Richmond Hill, Greater London, which Jagger bought in the early 1990s, was where the couple shared a residence. In August 1999, they divorced.
Eight weeks after announcing their engagement in a listing in Murdoch’s The Times newspaper, Hall married media mogul Rupert Murdoch in a ceremony at the Chapel of England church of St Bride’s, Fleet Street, on March 4, 2016.
The pair were said to be divorcing on June 22, 2022, according to two unnamed sources cited by The New York Times. On July 1, 2022, Hall filed for divorce, alleging irreconcilable differences.
Jerry Hall Career Life
Hall performed in Tim Burton’s Batman and Urban Cowboy (1980).
She attended Roger Waters’ raucous performance of The Wall in Berlin in 1990 together with a large group of other guests. She appeared in Bovril advertisements.
In the television series The Detectives and the 1993 British television program Cluedo, Hall portrayed Miss Scarlett. She played Mrs. Robinson in a Broadway production of The Graduate in the early 2000s.
Hall had an appearance in the documentary Being Mick as herself (2001). In 2002, she made an appearance in the play Picasso’s Women in Brighton.
For appearing in the most musical productions in one night—six—Hall received the Guinness World Record in February 2004 in front of 9,124 theatergoers in London’s West End.
2005 saw Hall perform as Mother Lord in the first London production of Cole Porter’s High Society on the West End stage. Hall performed Sister Penelope’s voice in the British animated film Popetown, which had its world premiere in New Zealand in the same year.
Hall made a brief appearance on Hotel Babylon in 2007. She has additionally made an appearance in the BBC comedy series French and Saunders.
Hall and David Soul performed in a one-week run of the Pulitzer Prize-nominated play Love Letters by A. R. Gurney in June 2012 at the Gaiety Theatre in Dublin.
Hall was named as a competitor for the tenth season of the British dancing competition Strictly Come Dancing on September 10, 2012. Anton du Beke was her partner in the workplace. She was the second famous person to be booted out of the contest.
Jerry Hall: My Life in Pictures, her autobiography, was released in 2010.
Jerry Hall Modelling Career
When fashion agent Claude Haddad came upon Jerry Hall and her twin sister Terry, they were lounging on a Saint Tropez beach in the French Riviera. She relocated to Paris and lived in an apartment with Jessica Lange and singer Grace Jones.
When she featured as a siren on the cover of Roxy Music’s album Siren, her modeling career officially got underway (1975).
By 1977, Hall had appeared on the covers of 40 publications, including Cosmopolitan and Italian Vogue. She was receiving more than $1,000 daily in modeling fees.
She rapidly became one of the most well-known and photographed models of the day thanks to her beautiful blonde hair and six-foot height.
2016 saw Hall receive the Fashion Group International Dallas’ Lifetime Achievement Award.
Additionally, Francesco Clemente, Ed Ruscha, and Lucian Freud used Hall as their inspiration. Hall frequently served as Andy Warhol’s model.
Jerry Hall’s Net Worth
Jerry Hall, an American actress, and model have a $20 million net worth. In the 1970s, Jerry Hall was one of the most well-known models in the world. A fashion agent stumbled across her when she was tanning in Saint Tropez.
She rose to fame as one of the most sought-after models of her era thanks to her blonde hair and six-foot height, making up to $1,000 per day in the early 1970s. She began her acting career in 1980 with a modest role in the love story “Urban Cowboy.”
Since then, Hall has made numerous theatre appearances, performing in performances of “The Graduate,” “High Society,” and “Love Letters,” among other plays.
Jerry’s romantic partnerships are arguably what is better known. In the middle of the 1970s, she got engaged to Bryan Ferry, but soon after, she met Mick Jagger and started dating him.
They had four children together before divorcing in 1999, and he would eventually leave his wife for her.
She made her professional theatrical debut in July 1988 in the Montclair State University-hosted Theaterfest summer stock production of Bus Stop, where she played Cherie, a character originally played by Marilyn Monroe in the movie adaptation.
She played the part again when she made her stage debut in 1990 at the Lyric Theatre on Shaftesbury Avenue in London.