Jerry Faye Hall Celebrity Life and Background Check

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Jerry Hall Celebrity Life

Jerry Faye Hall was born on July 2nd, 1956, and is an American model turned actress. Hall was married to Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger for 22 years with whom she raised four beautiful children.

She was featured on numerous covers of well-known magazines like Vogue and Cosmopolitan over the next few years. Her signature long blonde hair made her one of the most celebrated icons in the day. She has an autobiography named –'Jerry Hall, My Life in Images'


Early Life:

Hall was born in Texas, to Marjorie and John P. Hall. She is of descent from English, Irish, and Dutch. She was brought up in the Dallas neighborhood Texas.

She had a tumultuous early childhood, always confronting her father who was an abusive, drunken truck driver who had longed for a boy, which is why he gave boys' names to his daughters.

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At age 16, she enrolled at North Mesquite High School. She also took archery, basketball, and gymnastics lessons at Eastfield College while in high school, and has been fluent in French since then.

She left home to try a career in modeling in Paris, bearing nothing but a suitcase full of Hollywood knock-offs made by her mother and a one-way ticket.

Hall has a twin sister, Terry, whose occupations included working in a shop for photography and publishing, real estate trading, and mortgage broker.

Hall has three older sisters including one of the first cheerleaders from Dallas Cowboys, Rosy Hall.



Jerry lived at a French Rivera hostel until she was found sunbathing on the beach of Saint Tropez by agent Claude Haddad, an experience that would lead to a prosperous career in the iconic industry.

She relocated to Paris where she shared her flat with her fellow models Grace and Jessica. Her modeling career began when she posed on the cover of Siren, where she is in the guise of a mermaid.

The performance contributed to Jerry modeling for the hit single video "Let's Stay Together" for Brian Ferry. Her modeling career took the back burner when she landed minor parts in films including 1989's Batman,1994's, and Princess Caraboo.

She's also been seen setting the London stage and even earned the world record for the most theatre appearances in one night for Les Misérables, Phantom of the Opera, and a few others, where she performed in front of an audience of 9,124 in London.

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Jerry continues to model, she was shot by Karl Lagerfeld in 2009 for a collection of Chanel spring accessories, but she has based her career mainly on television and acting, she has also written a book –'Jerry Hall, My Life in Images'

Personal Life:

Jerry encountered Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger for whom she finally decided to move on from Brian Ferry.

They got married in a ceremony on Balinese Beach that consisted mainly of Hindu rite which was later declared null by the High Court of England and Wales in London in 1999 as it was not legally binding.

Two of her children Elizabeth and Georgia are now following the footsteps of their mother. Hall featured with her daughter Georgia in a holiday ad for H&M in 2011.

Hall has been rumored to have started dating media magnate Rupert Murdoch in 2015. The couple was seen together in public at the Rugby World Cup finals on 11 January 2016, Hall and Murdoch confirmed their engagement to a listing in Murdoch's The Times newspaper.

The pair married at St Bride's Church of England, Fleet Street on 4 March 2016 and were seen together on American Idol's final series on 7 April 2016.

Jerry claims Mick has always been a strong father and respectful of her work. Jerry and the kids live in London's Richmond Hill's £5 million family home-and Mick bought next door property.

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