Halle Berry at REVLON Run/Walk for Women

Posted on May 9, 2008 by Ed

Revlon Walk - Halle Berry

On Saturday, May 10th 2008, Halle along with other celebrities got L.A. pumped up Saturday at the 15th annual EIF Revlon Run/Walk For Women, which supports women’s cancer research, counseling and outreach programs. Looking gorgeous and sporty, the new mom had Nahla Ariela Aubry seven weeks ago and the newborn has yet to be photographed by the paparazzi or make a high-paid appearance in a magazine.  The smart mom though keeps the baby close to her heart with her Alex Woo Little Letter ‘N’ . Upon wearing the necklace, she caused a buzz across the Internet with many bloggers covering her affection toward her child and dubbed the pendant her “Nahla Necklace”.

Brief Biography

Born August 14, 1968, Halle Berry is a woman of immense talent, tenacity, and beauty. One of Hollywood’s busiest actors, she has enjoyed a level of success that has come from years of hard work and smart choices. Her interest in show business came from her participation in a number of beauty pageants throughout her teens and at the age of 17 won the Miss Teen All-American Pageant. Her first big-screen role in Spike Lee’s Jungle Fever won kudos and earned her reputation for her full commitment to acting, reportedly refusing to bathe for weeks in preparation for her portrayal of a crack addict. Following her film debut, Berry was cast opposite Eddie Murphy in Boomerang (1992) as the comedian’s love interest and she has become a leading lady ever since eventually winning a Golden Globe and Oscar nominations for role in Monster’s Ball for Best Actress. In the past few years, she turned out commercial successes with James Bond’s Die Another Day and X-Men franchise.

At Alex Woo, we respect and love Halle Berry and hope her star continues to shine brightly

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