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Brooke Shields Net Worth

Brooke Shields Net WorthBrooke Shields Net Worth: Brooke Shields is an actor, model, television producer, spokesperson, voice actor, author. Brooke Shields was born 5/31/1965 in New York City, NY. According to Forbes, Brooke Shields Net Worth is $25 Million. Actress who starred in the films The Blue Lagoon and Endless Love in the early 1980s. Her television credits include Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, That ’70s Show and Lipstick Jungle. She starred as the title character on the sitcom Suddenly Susan from 1996 to 2000. She began modeling when she was eleven months old. She appeared on the hit sitcom Friends, acting opposite Matt LeBlanc.

Brooke Shields Net Worth is $25 Million

First Name Brooke
Middle Name Christa
Last Name Sheilds
Another Name Brooke Christa Shields
Alternative Name Brookie, Brooke Shields
Age 52 years
Date of Birth 31st May, 1965
Place of Birth New York City, New York, USA
Height 6′ 0″ (183 cm)
Weight 150lbs (68 kg)
Build Athletic
Eye Blue
Hair Brown – Light
Distinctive Feature Beautiful Blue Eyes, Thick Eyebrows, Statuesque, model-like figure
Star Sign Gemini
Sexuality Straight
Religion Roman Catholic
Ethnicity White
Nationality American
School Dwight Englewood School, Englewood, New Jersey, USA (1982)
University BA French Literature, Princeton University (1987)
Profession Actress, Model, Author, Producer
Profession Actress
Claim to Fame Endless Love, The Blue Lagoon, The Hot Flashes
Year(s) Active 1966–present
Talent Agency Untitled Entertainment, Celebrity Talent International, William Morris Endeavour
Brand Endorsement Tupperware, Coppertone, Fertility Lifelines, Latisse, Colgate, World Gold Council, Got Milk?, Lazy Boy Furniture, (1989) TV commercial: Foxy Lettuce, (1981) TV commercial: Wella Balsam shampoo, (1980-81) TV commercials: Calvin Klein Jeans, TV commercial: Mattel’s Barbie Doll, (1970) TV commercial: Band-Aid, (2000) TV commercial: Ivory soap, (1984) TV commercial: Arrid Extra Dry deodorant, (1981) TV commercial (PSA): The American Lung Associatio, (1988) Print campaign: Revlon, (1996) Print campaign: Gerard Darel, (1998) Billboards for The Gap, (1994) Print campaign: Charlie perfume, (1994-95) Print campaign: Dolce & Gabbana, (1980) Print campaign: Gianni Versace, (1992) TV commercial: Durasoft Colors contact lenses, (1980-81) Print campaign: Love’s Baby Soft, (2003) Print ads: Bright Beginings Instant Baby Formula, (2004-05) Print campaign: Jones New York Collection, (2004) TV commercial: Southern California Ford Dealers, (2006-10) TV commercial: Colgate Total toothpaste., (1985) TV commercial: President And First Lady health & racquetball clubs, (1984) Print ads: Cannon Mills’ Royal Classic bath towels, (2007) Print ads: New York & Company, (2008-09) Print ads: America’s Milk Processors’ “Got Milk?” milk mustache campaign., (2008-09) Print ads: with husband Chris Henchy and daughters) for Royal Valvet towels, (2008) TV commercials/print ads: Volkswagen (its comical “Have a baby for love, not German engineering” campaign), (1992) TV commercial: Starter Athletic Wear., (1982) TV commercials: Kanebo Cosmetics. (Japan), (1985) TV.
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