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'''Brooke Shields''' (born May 31, 1965) is an American actress, [[author]], [[Hot|model]] and [[child pornography|child porn]] star. Some of her better-known child porn movies include ''[[Preteen Slut|Pretty Baby]]'', which was part of the [[Preteen slut|Preteen Slut series]], and ''[[Preteen Slut|The Blue Lagoon]]'', which costarred [[Atkins Diet|Christopher Atkins]] as her lover-brother with Leo McKern as [[4chan|Pedobear]]. She also starred in TV shows such as ''Suddenly Susan'', where she played an instantly transforming [[transsexual]] superhero, and in ''[[Lipstick]] [[Jungle]]'', which featured cat fighting.
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'''Brooke Shields''' (born May 31, 1965) is an American [[Actress|actress]], model and author. Some of her better-known and most controversial movies include ''[[Preteen slut|Pretty Baby]]'', where she plays a [[Preteen slut|12-year-old girl]] who lives in a brothel with her prostitute mother, and ''[[Preteen slut|The Blue Lagoon]]'', where she plays a 14-year-old girl who lives on an island with her lover-brother. She also starred in TV shows such as ''Suddenly Susan'', where she portrays an instantly transforming [[transsexual]] superhero, and in ''[[Lipstick]] [[Jungle]]'', which features cat fighting.
   
 
==Career==
 
==Career==
 
===Modeling===
 
===Modeling===
Born '''Christa Brooke Camille Lolita Shields''', Shields' career as a [[nudist|nude child model]] began in 1966 at the age of 11 months. She continued as a successful nude child model with agent [[Gerald Ford|Eileen Ford]], whose previous exploits included raising the [[Automobile|horseless carriage]] to superstardom. In a Lifetime Network biography, Ford said she started her children's division just for Shields--and for [[Paedophilia|men who liked looking at little girls and little boys]].
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Born '''Christa Brooke Camille Lolita Shields''', Shields' career as a [[nudist|nude child model]] began in 1966 at the age of 11 months. She continued as a successful nude model with agent [[Gerald Ford|Eileen Ford]], whose previous exploits included raising the [[Automobile|horseless carriage]] to superstardom. In a Lifetime Network biography, Ford said she started her children's division just for Shields--and for [[Paedophilia|men who liked looking at little girls and little boys]].
   
In early 1980 (at age 14), Shields was the youngest fashion model ever to appear on the cover of the top fashion publication [[Vulva|''Vogue (magazine)'']] magazine, which was then known as [[Vulva|''Vulva (magazine)'']]. Later that same year, Shields appeared in controversial print and TV ads for [[Calvin Klein]] jeans. The TV ad included the underage girl saying the famous tagline, "You want to know what comes between me and my Calvins? Nothing." According to a report by [[Fox News]], during that controversial campaign mail to the Calvin Klein coporation increased by 120 percent. This was primarily from fans volunteering to test the validity of the 14-year-old's statement.
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At age 14 in early 1980, Shields was the youngest model ever to appear on the cover of the top fashion publication [[Vulva|''Vogue magazine'']], which was then known as [[Vulva|''Vulva magazine'']]. Later that same year, Shields appeared in controversial print and television ads for [[Calvin Klein]] jeans. The best known of the TV ads featured the underage girl saying the famous tagline, "You want to know what comes between me and my Calvins? Nothing." According to a report by [[Fox News]], during that controversial campaign the mail to the Calvin Klein coporation increased by 120 percent. This was primarily from fans volunteering to test the validity of the 14-year-old's statement.
   
While still in her early teens, Shields became one of the most recognizable faces and bodies in the world. She was highly successful both as a provocative fashion model and as a controversial child "actress." ''TIME'' magazine reported, in its February 9, 1981 cover story, that her day rate as a model was $2,000, or five times that amount if she took her clothes off.
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While still in her early teens, Shields became one of the most recognizable faces and bodies in the world. She was highly successful both as a controversial child actress and as a provocative fashion model. ''TIME'' magazine reported, in its February 9, 1981 cover story, that the young girl's day rate as a model was $2,000, or five times that amount if she took her clothes off.
   
 
===Film===
 
===Film===
Shields' first major film role was her 1978 appearance in Louis Malle's ''[[Preteen slut|Pretty Baby]]'', a movie in which she played a child who lived in a [[No Orleans|New Orleans]] [[Caligula|brothel]] and in which there were numerous [[nudity|nude]] scenes. Because she was only 12 when the film was released, and possibly 11 when it was filmed, questions were raised about [[child pornography]]. As part of an international investigation, professionals and volunteers around the world spent thousands of hours viewing and reviewing the film. During that year, there was a 100 percent increase in [[tissue]] sales. Apparently, this was due to the viewers repeated ejaculation of tears at the movie's more sentimental moments. To avoid being typecast, she next appeared in a completely different film called ''Wanda Nevada'' (1979), where she played a child who lived in a ''Las Vegas'' [[brothel]] and in which there were numerous [[nudity|nude]] scenes.
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Shields' first major film role was her 1978 appearance in Louis Malle's ''[[Preteen slut|Pretty Baby]]'', a movie in which she plays a child who lives in a [[No Orleans|New Orleans]] [[Caligula|brothel]] and in which there are numerous [[nudity|nude]] scenes. Because she was only 12 when the film was released, and possibly 11 when it was filmed, questions were raised about [[child pornography]]. As part of an international investigation, professionals and volunteers around the world spent thousands of hours viewing and reviewing the film. During that year, there was a 100 percent increase in [[Tissue|tissue]] sales. Apparently, this was due to the viewers' repeated ejaculation of tears at the movie's more [[Sex scene|sentimental moments]]. To avoid being typecast, she next appeared in the very different film ''Wanda Nevada'' (1979), where she plays a child who lives in a ''Las Vegas'' [[brothel]] and in which there are numerous [[nudity|nude]] scenes.
 
[[Image:Lolitacomplex_013.jpg|thumb|left|200px|Brooke Shields in ''Pretty Baby'', looking... ''[[Creepy|pretty.]]'']]
 
[[Image:Lolitacomplex_013.jpg|thumb|left|200px|Brooke Shields in ''Pretty Baby'', looking... ''[[Creepy|pretty.]]'']]
After two decades of movies, one of her best known films is arguably ''The Blue Lagoon'' (1980), which included a number of nude scenes between teenage siblings on a tropical island. (Shields later testified before a U.S. Congressional inquiry that older body doubles were used in some of the scenes because "[[What I did on my hols|young boys]] just don't do anything for me.") Her other best known movie is ''Endless Love'' (1981), where she plays a teenage girl who can't stop having [[Orgasm|orgasms]]. She won the [[Bullshit|People's Choice Award]] in the category of Favorite Child Porn Performer in four consecutive years from [[1981]] to [[1984]].
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After two decades of motion pictures, one of her best known films is ''The Blue Lagoon'' (1980), where she plays a young girl stranded on a desert island with her brother. The movie included a number of nude love scenes between her and her teenage co-star [[Atkins Diet|Christopher Atkins]]. (Shields later testified before a U.S. Congressional inquiry that older body doubles were used in some of the scenes because "[[What I did on my hols|young boys]] just don't do anything for me.") Her other best known movie is ''Endless Love'' (1981), where she plays a teenage girl who can't stop having [[Orgasm|orgasms]].
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She received several awards for her film work. Among these were The Los Angeles Film Critics Award in 1979 as "[[Preteen slut|Preteen Slut of the Year]]." She also won the [[Opinion|People's Choice Award]] in the category of Favorite Child Porn Performer in four consecutive years from [[1981]] to [[1984]].
   
 
===College and the Confession===
 
===College and the Confession===
Shields put her film career on hold to attend [[Princeton University]], from 1983 to 1987, and graduated with a degree in [[France|French kissing]]. Her senior [[thesis]] was titled "The Initiation: From Innocence to Experience: The Pre-Adolescent/Adolescent Journey in the Films of Louis Malle, ''Pretty Baby'' and ''Lacombe Lucien''." This thesis, a groundbreaking introspection analyzing the struggles and education of young girls, was later adapted as the film ''Pedobear Goes to College''.
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Shields put her film career on hold to attend [[Princeton University]] from 1983 to 1987, and graduated with a degree in [[France|French kissing]]. Her senior [[thesis]] was titled "The Initiation: From Innocence to Experience: The Pre-Adolescent/Adolescent Journey in the Films of Louis Malle, ''Pretty Baby'' and ''Lacombe Lucien''." This thesis, a groundbreaking introspection analyzing the struggles and education of young girls, was later adapted as the film ''Pedobear Goes to College''.
   
It was at Princeton where she made what a ''New York Times'' headline called "The Confession that Shocked the World." Brooke Shields finally confessed the true nature of her [[Sexuality|sexual experiences]]. In tears, she said, "I know what everybody believes, and I hope you will forgive me. Please forgive me, please! But here's the truth. I'm still a [[Virginity|virgin]]."
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It was at Princeton where she made what a ''New York Times'' headline called "The Confession that Shocked the World." Brooke Shields finally confessed the true nature of her [[Sexuality|sexual experiences]]. In tears, she said, "I know what everybody believes, and I hope you will forgive me. Please! But here's the truth. I'm still a [[Virginity|virgin]]."
   
She confessed that in her innumerable sex scenes with boys and men, she actually used a [[Dildo|stunt dildo]]. "I never went anywhere without Mr. Ballistic." The sexual aid had been given her at age 5 by her preschool teacher [[Eris Discordia|Miss Eris]], who had told her, "this will help you open up for new experiences." The public questioned Shield's confession as a publicity stunt. But her virginity was later confirmed at Boston University School of Medicine with the irrefutable Hymen Test created and performed by Dr. Bing Cherry. According to a report in [[People]] magazine, she was the only American starlet over the age of 11 who was still a virgin. She wrote an autobiography about her experiences titled ''On Your Own'', published in 1985. This was later re-released under the title ''Sex For One''.
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Her fans were shocked, and the public questioned Shields' confession as a publicity stunt. But her virginity was later confirmed at Boston University School of Medicine with the [[Hymen|Hymen Test]] performed by Dr. Bing Cherry. According to a report in ''[[People]] magazine'', at that time she was the only American starlet over the age of 11 who was still a virgin. She wrote an autobiography about her experiences titled ''On Your Own'', published in 1985. This was later re-released under the title ''Sex For One''.
   
 
===Television appearances===
 
===Television appearances===
Shields has appeared in a number of television shows. In 1980, she was the youngest porn star to ever appear on ''[[The Muppets|The Muppet Show]]'', in which she and the Muppets put on their own version of [[Alice in Wonderland]] called "Alice Does the Muppets." She was also the youngest porn star to host [[ABC]]'s ''Fridays'', a ''[[Saturday Night Live]]''-ish sketch comedy show, in [[1981]]. She starred from [[1996]] to [[2000]] in [[NBC]] [[sitcom]] ''Suddenly Susan'', in which she played an instantly transforming transsexual. This garnished a People's Choice Award in the category of Favorite Transsexual Performer in a New Television Series in [[1997]] for her; a [[Grammy Award]] for [[Johnny Cash]], who performed the show's theme song "Boy Named Sue;" and two [[Breasts|Golden Globe]] nominations for Brooke Shields' breasts.
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[[Image:Alice3.JPG|thumb|right|250px|Publicity poster for ''Alice Does The Muppets'']]
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Shields has appeared in a number of television shows. In 1980, she was the youngest porn actress to ever guest star on ''[[The Muppets|The Muppet Show]]''. In her episode, she and the Muppets put on their own version of [[Alice in Wonderland]] called "Alice Does the Muppets." She starred from [[1996]] to [[2000]] in the [[NBC]] [[sitcom]] ''Suddenly Susan'', in which she plays an instantly transforming transsexual. This garnished a [[Opinion|People's Choice Award]] in the category of Favorite Transsexual Performer in a New Television Series in [[1997]] for her; a [[Grammy Award]] to songwriter Shel Silverstein and performer [[Johnny Cash]] for the show's theme song "A Boy Named Sue;" and two [[Breasts|Golden Globe]] nominations for her breasts.
   
In 2008, she returned in the prime-time drama ''Lipstick Jungle''. The series ended a year later when disappointed [[Paedophiles|viewers]] discovered she was no longer a little girl. Because of this, in 2009 she appeared as Susan Stewart on the television program [[Hannah Montana]]. In this role she symbolically passed the [[Preteen Slut|Preteen Slut]] torch on to Miley Ray Cyrus.
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In 2008, she returned to weekly television in the prime-time drama ''Lipstick Jungle''. The series ended a year later when disappointed [[Paedophiles|viewers]] discovered she was no longer a little girl. Because of this, in 2009 she appeared as Miley's deceased mother Susan on the television program ''[[Hannah Montana]]''. In this role she symbolically passed the [[Preteen slut|Preteen Slut]] torch on to ''Hannah Montana'' star [[Hannah Montana|Miley Ray Cyrus]].
   
 
===On-stage productions===
 
===On-stage productions===
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==Personal life==
 
==Personal life==
Shields was born in New York City when her mother, who was visiting a friend, suddenly went into labor and gave birth in Calvin Klein's underwear drawer. She was part of a well-known American society family with links to Italian nobility. Her ancestry is traced in ''The Lesbian ancestors of Prince Rainier of Monaco, Dr. Otto von Habsburg, Brooke Shields, and the Marquis de Sade.'' Her father, Francis Alexander Shields, was a businessman, and her mother, Teri Shields (née Maria Theresa Schmonn), managed her porn star career.
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Brooke Shields was born in New York City to businessman Alexander Shields and to Teri Shields, who managed her career. She has two step-siblings and three half-sisters, the most famous of which is her half-sister [[Panties|Panty Shields]].
   
Brooke Shields has three half-sisters and two stepsiblings, the most famous of which is her half-sister [[Panties|Panty Shields]]. She attended the all-girl Birch Wathen Lenox School, also known as the [[Lesbian|Birch Wathen Lesbian School]].
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During the 1980s and 1990s, she was the subject of many tabloid articles for dating "royalty." Her beaus included [[JFK|John F. Kennedy Jr.]] (namesake of the "Camelot President"), the "King of Pop" [[Michael Jackson]], the true royal [[Monaco|Prince Albert II of Monaco]], and the [[Kings|1990 Los Angeles Kings]].
   
During the 1980s and 1990s, Shields' romantic relationships were the subject of many tabloid articles. Among the celebrities whom she dated were: [[Ted McGinley]] (her high school [[prom]] escort), [[Howard Dean|Dean]] [[John McCain|Cain]] (her mild-mannered Princeton classmate who was secretly [[Superman]]), [[JFK|John F. Kennedy Jr.]], [[Michael Bolton]], [[Prince Albert|Prince Albert II of Monaco]], [[Michael Jackson]], and the [[1990]] [[Giants|New York Giants]]. In the [[September]] [[2009]] issue of [[Health|Health magazine]], Shields announced she lost her virginity at age 22 "if you don't count my school girl chums and [[Eris Discordia|Miss Eris]]' dildo." In spite of an investigation by the [[Federal Bureau of Investigation]], her virginity was never found.
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Shields was married to Andre Agassi from April 19, 1997 to April 19, 1997. Their marriage was annulled because the professional tennis player said "I didn't like the way she handled my balls." Since April 4, 2001, she has been married to television writer Chris Henchy, and her two daughters.
 
Shields was married to [[Andre Agassi]] from April 19, 1997 to April 19, 1997; their marriage was annulled because the professional [[tennis]] player said "I didn't like the way she handled my balls." Since April 4, 2001, she has been married to [[television]] writer Chris Henchy, and her two daughters.
 
   
 
===Postpartum depression===
 
===Postpartum depression===
In the spring of 2005, Shields appeared on ''[[Oprah Winfrey|The Oprah Winfrey Show]]'' to publicize her battle with [[Depression|postpartum depression]] and to boost her career. While on the show, [[Scientology|Doctor of Scientology]] [[Tom Cruise]] diagnosed her condition, which gave her a desire to hold her baby over a railing like [[Michael Jackson]]. Dr. Cruise reported, "Other than a psychologically traumatic child birth, the death of her father three weeks earlier, stress from in vitro fertilization, a miscarriage, hormonal changes and a family history of depression, I see no cause at all for her depression. None. So it must be bad engrams." In 2005, Shields wrote a book about her experiences, ''Down Came the Rain: Why Scientology is Stupid''.
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In the spring of 2005, Shields appeared on ''[[Oprah Winfrey|The Oprah Winfrey Show]]'' to publicize her battle with [[Depression|postpartum depression]] and to boost her career. While on the show, [[Scientology|Doctor of Scientology]] [[Tom Cruise]] diagnosed her condition, which virtually left her bedridden and also gave her a desire to hold her baby over a railing like her former boyfriend [[Michael Jackson]]. Dr. Cruise reported, "Other than a psychologically traumatic child birth, the death of her father three weeks earlier, stress from in vitro fertilization, a miscarriage, hormonal changes and a family history of depression, I see no cause at all for her depression. None. So it must be bad engrams." In 2005, Shields wrote a book about her experiences, ''Down Came the Rain: Why Scientology is Stupid''. The book was later adapted as the film ''Bedtime for Pedobear''.
 
The warring stars eventually resolved their differences. In November, 2006, she and her husband Chris Henchy attended the wedding of Cruise and [[Katie Holmes]] which was peformed by [[Reverend Loveshade]] on Fantasy Island.
 
 
Shields is a spokeswoman for [[Tupperware]]'s [[4Chan]] of Confidence SMART Girls campaign, a program that teaches [[Little girls|young girls]] to nurture their mental and physical well-being for the benefit of [[Pedophilia|middle-aged men]].
 
 
===Relationship with Michael Jackson===
 
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 and three [[Elephant Man|elephant men]]. She told the audience how she met the King of Pop on a blind date when she was 13 years old. This was at [[Elizabeth Taylor|Elizabeth Taylor's]] eightieth wedding.
 
 
==Filmography==
 
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! colspan="4" style="background: LightSteelBlue;" | Film
 
|- bgcolor="#CCCCCC" align="center"
 
! Year
 
! Film
 
! Role
 
! Notes
 
|-
 
| 1976
 
| ''Alice, Sweet Alice''
 
| Karen Spag
 
| Alternative titles: ''Holy Terror in Wonderland''
 
|-
 
| rowspan=2|1978
 
| ''Pretty Baby''
 
| Violet
 
| Alternative titles: ''Smell the Flowers''
 
|-
 
| ''King of the Gypsies''
 
| Titty
 
| Alternative titles: ''His Majesty's Little Secret''
 
|-
 
| rowspan=3|1979
 
| ''Tilt''
 
| Tilt Titty (Brenda L. Davenport)
 
| Alternative titles: ''Tilt Titty''
 
|-
 
| ''Wanda Nevada''
 
| Wanda Nevada
 
| Alternative titles: ''Violet in Las Vegas''
 
|-
 
| ''Just You and Me, Kid''
 
| Kate
 
| Alternative titles: ''Daddy's Little Secret''
 
|-
 
| 1980
 
| ''The Blue Lagoon''
 
| Emmeline
 
| Alternative titles: ''Incest Island''
 
|-
 
| 1981
 
| ''Endless Love''
 
| Jade Butterfield
 
| Alternative titles: ''I Can't Stop Coming''
 
|-
 
| 1983
 
| ''Sahara''
 
| Dale
 
| Alternative titles: ''Doing Dale in the Desert''
 
|-
 
| 1984
 
| ''The Muppets Take Manhattan''
 
| Customer in Pete's
 
| Alternative titles: ''The Muppets Rape Manhattan''
 
|-
 
| rowspan=2|1989
 
| ''Speed Zone!''
 
| Stewardess/Herself
 
| Alternative title: ''Tennis Ball Fever''
 
|-
 
| ''Brenda Starr''
 
| Britney Spears
 
| Alternative title: ''B.S.''
 
|-
 
| 1990
 
| ''Backstreet Dreams''
 
| Stevie the Pevie
 
| Alternative title: ''Wet Dreams''
 
|-
 
| 1992
 
| ''Running Wild''
 
| Christine Shame
 
| Alternative title: ''Born Naked''
 
|-
 
| 1993
 
| ''Freaked''
 
| Skye Daley
 
| Alternative titles: ''Freak Show''<br>''Hideous Mutant Freekz''
 
|-
 
| rowspan=2|1994
 
| ''The Postgraduate''
 
| Fantasy Wife
 
| Alternative title: ''Life After Preschool''
 
|-
 
| ''The Seventh Floor''
 
| Kate Flusher
 
| Alternative title: ''Seventh Heaven''
 
|-
 
| 1996
 
| ''Freeway''
 
| Mimi Wolverine
 
| Alternative title: ''X-Girl''
 
|-
 
| 1998
 
| ''The Misadventures of Margaret''
 
| Lily
 
| Alternative titles: ''Smell the Flowers II''
 
|-
 
| rowspan=3|1999
 
| ''The Weekend''
 
| Nina
 
| Alternative titles: ''48 Hours''
 
|-
 
| ''Black and White''
 
| Sam Donager
 
| Alternative titles: ''The Bi-Racial Movie''
 
|-
 
| ''The Bachelor''
 
| Buckley Hale-Windsor
 
| Alternative titles: ''Adultery is More Fun''
 
|-
 
| 2000
 
| ''After Sex''
 
| Kate
 
| Alternative titles: ''Have a Smoke''
 
|-
 
| rowspan=2|2004
 
| ''Our Italian Husband''
 
| Charlene Taylor
 
| Alternative title: ''Maritial in affairitto''
 
|-
 
| ''The Erister Egg Adventure''
 
| Horrible Harriet Hare (Voice)
 
| Alternative title: ''Playtime Bunnies''
 
|-
 
| 2005
 
| ''Bob the Butler''
 
| Anne Jamieson
 
| Alternative title: ''Bang the Butler''
 
|-
 
| 2007
 
| ''National Lampoon's Bag Boy''
 
| Mrs. Hart
 
| Alternative title: ''Ugly Boy''
 
|-
 
| rowspan=3|2008
 
| ''Justice League: The New Frontier''
 
| Carol Ferris (Voice)
 
| Alternative title: ''DC Comics Needs Money''
 
|-
 
| ''The Midnight Meat Train''
 
| Susan Hoff
 
| Alternative title: ''Late Night Whore''
 
|-
 
| ''Unstable Fables: Goldilocks & 3 Bears Show''
 
| Ruby Bear (Voice)
 
| Alternative title: ''Goldilocks Does the Bear Family''
 
|-
 
   
|}
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After receiving counseling from [[Reverend Loveshade]], Shields fully recovered and the warring stars resolved their differences. Shields then became a spokeswoman for [[Tupperware]]'s [[4Chan]] of Confidence SMART Girls campaign, a program that teaches [[Little girls|young girls]] to nurture their mental and physical well-being for the benefit of [[Pedophilia|middle-aged men]].
   
 
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==External links==
 
==External links==
* [http://www.tv.com/person/1073/summary.html Biography of Brooke Shields at Tv.com]
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* [http://www.wma.com/brooke_shields/summary/ '''T'''he William Morris listing]
* [http://my.webmd.com/content/Article/104/107292.htm?pagenumber=1 WebMD article on Shields and Postpartum Depression]
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* [http://my.webmd.com/content/Article/104/107292.htm?pagenumber=1 '''W'''ebMD article on Shields and Postpartum Depression]
* [http://www.thelonelyisland.com/episodes.html "Regarding Ardy": an online short film with Brooke Shields]
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* [http://movies.nytimes.com/movie/158918/Alice-in-Wonderland/overview '''A'''''lice Does The Muppets'']
* [http://www.wma.com/brooke_shields/summary/ William Morris listing]
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* [http://openlibrary.org/b/OL611329M/Lesbian-ancestors-of-Prince-Rainier-of-Monaco%2C-Dr.-Otto-von-Habsburg%2C-Brooke-Shields%2C-and-the-Marquis-de-Sade '''T'''he Lesbian ancestors of Prince Rainier of Monaco, Dr. Otto von Habsburg, Brooke Shields, and the Marquis de Sade]
* [http://www.runawaybunnymusic.com "The Runaway Bunny" violin concerto, by Glen Roven and narrated by Brooke Shields]
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* [http://iconicphotos.wordpress.com/2009/06/05/brooke-shields-by-gary-gross '''S'''hields photos by Gary Gross]
* [http://iconicphotos.wordpress.com/2009/06/05/brooke-shields-by-gary-gross Brooke Shields photos by Gary Gross]
 
* [http://tomgreen.com/ondemand/player.php?video=98 Brooke Shields on Tom Green Live]
 
* [http://sidewalkstv.com/webclips/s/brookeshields.html Brooke Shields 2007 Interview] on ''Sidewalks Entertainment''
 
* [http://www.funnyordie.com/videos/2326 Brooke Shields 2007 short film] on ''Funny Or Die''
 
* [http://openlibrary.org/b/OL611329M/Lesbian-ancestors-of-Prince-Rainier-of-Monaco%2C-Dr.-Otto-von-Habsburg%2C-Brooke-Shields%2C-and-the-Marquis-de-Sade The Lesbian ancestors of Prince Rainier of Monaco, Dr. Otto von Habsburg, Brooke Shields, and the Marquis de Sade] by William Addams Reitwiesner.
 
   
 
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Date of birth: May 31, 1965 (1965-05-31) (age 49)
Spouse: Andre Agassi (1997–1999)
Chris Henchy (2001–present)

Brooke Shields (born May 31, 1965) is an American actress, model and author. Some of her better-known and most controversial movies include Pretty Baby, where she plays a 12-year-old girl who lives in a brothel with her prostitute mother, and The Blue Lagoon, where she plays a 14-year-old girl who lives on an island with her lover-brother. She also starred in TV shows such as Suddenly Susan, where she portrays an instantly transforming transsexual superhero, and in Lipstick Jungle, which features cat fighting.

Career

Modeling

Born Christa Brooke Camille Lolita Shields, Shields' career as a nude child model began in 1966 at the age of 11 months. She continued as a successful nude model with agent Eileen Ford, whose previous exploits included raising the horseless carriage to superstardom. In a Lifetime Network biography, Ford said she started her children's division just for Shields--and for men who liked looking at little girls and little boys.

At age 14 in early 1980, Shields was the youngest model ever to appear on the cover of the top fashion publication Vogue magazine, which was then known as Vulva magazine. Later that same year, Shields appeared in controversial print and television ads for Calvin Klein jeans. The best known of the TV ads featured the underage girl saying the famous tagline, "You want to know what comes between me and my Calvins? Nothing." According to a report by Fox News, during that controversial campaign the mail to the Calvin Klein coporation increased by 120 percent. This was primarily from fans volunteering to test the validity of the 14-year-old's statement.

While still in her early teens, Shields became one of the most recognizable faces and bodies in the world. She was highly successful both as a controversial child actress and as a provocative fashion model. TIME magazine reported, in its February 9, 1981 cover story, that the young girl's day rate as a model was $2,000, or five times that amount if she took her clothes off.

Film

Shields' first major film role was her 1978 appearance in Louis Malle's Pretty Baby, a movie in which she plays a child who lives in a New Orleans brothel and in which there are numerous nude scenes. Because she was only 12 when the film was released, and possibly 11 when it was filmed, questions were raised about child pornography. As part of an international investigation, professionals and volunteers around the world spent thousands of hours viewing and reviewing the film. During that year, there was a 100 percent increase in tissue sales. Apparently, this was due to the viewers' repeated ejaculation of tears at the movie's more sentimental moments. To avoid being typecast, she next appeared in the very different film Wanda Nevada (1979), where she plays a child who lives in a Las Vegas brothel and in which there are numerous nude scenes.

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Brooke Shields in Pretty Baby, looking... pretty.

After two decades of motion pictures, one of her best known films is The Blue Lagoon (1980), where she plays a young girl stranded on a desert island with her brother. The movie included a number of nude love scenes between her and her teenage co-star Christopher Atkins. (Shields later testified before a U.S. Congressional inquiry that older body doubles were used in some of the scenes because "young boys just don't do anything for me.") Her other best known movie is Endless Love (1981), where she plays a teenage girl who can't stop having orgasms.

She received several awards for her film work. Among these were The Los Angeles Film Critics Award in 1979 as "Preteen Slut of the Year." She also won the People's Choice Award in the category of Favorite Child Porn Performer in four consecutive years from 1981 to 1984.

College and the Confession

Shields put her film career on hold to attend Princeton University from 1983 to 1987, and graduated with a degree in French kissing. Her senior thesis was titled "The Initiation: From Innocence to Experience: The Pre-Adolescent/Adolescent Journey in the Films of Louis Malle, Pretty Baby and Lacombe Lucien." This thesis, a groundbreaking introspection analyzing the struggles and education of young girls, was later adapted as the film Pedobear Goes to College.

It was at Princeton where she made what a New York Times headline called "The Confession that Shocked the World." Brooke Shields finally confessed the true nature of her sexual experiences. In tears, she said, "I know what everybody believes, and I hope you will forgive me. Please! But here's the truth. I'm still a virgin."

Her fans were shocked, and the public questioned Shields' confession as a publicity stunt. But her virginity was later confirmed at Boston University School of Medicine with the Hymen Test performed by Dr. Bing Cherry. According to a report in People magazine, at that time she was the only American starlet over the age of 11 who was still a virgin. She wrote an autobiography about her experiences titled On Your Own, published in 1985. This was later re-released under the title Sex For One.

Television appearances

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Publicity poster for Alice Does The Muppets

Shields has appeared in a number of television shows. In 1980, she was the youngest porn actress to ever guest star on The Muppet Show. In her episode, she and the Muppets put on their own version of Alice in Wonderland called "Alice Does the Muppets." She starred from 1996 to 2000 in the NBC sitcom Suddenly Susan, in which she plays an instantly transforming transsexual. This garnished a People's Choice Award in the category of Favorite Transsexual Performer in a New Television Series in 1997 for her; a Grammy Award to songwriter Shel Silverstein and performer Johnny Cash for the show's theme song "A Boy Named Sue;" and two Golden Globe nominations for her breasts.

In 2008, she returned to weekly television in the prime-time drama Lipstick Jungle. The series ended a year later when disappointed viewers discovered she was no longer a little girl. Because of this, in 2009 she appeared as Miley's deceased mother Susan on the television program Hannah Montana. In this role she symbolically passed the Preteen Slut torch on to Hannah Montana star Miley Ray Cyrus.

On-stage productions

Shields has appeared in many stage and theater productions, but unfortunately no one ever saw them.

Personal life

Brooke Shields was born in New York City to businessman Alexander Shields and to Teri Shields, who managed her career. She has two step-siblings and three half-sisters, the most famous of which is her half-sister Panty Shields.

During the 1980s and 1990s, she was the subject of many tabloid articles for dating "royalty." Her beaus included John F. Kennedy Jr. (namesake of the "Camelot President"), the "King of Pop" Michael Jackson, the true royal Prince Albert II of Monaco, and the 1990 Los Angeles Kings.

Shields was married to Andre Agassi from April 19, 1997 to April 19, 1997. Their marriage was annulled because the professional tennis player said "I didn't like the way she handled my balls." Since April 4, 2001, she has been married to television writer Chris Henchy, and her two daughters.

Postpartum depression

In the spring of 2005, Shields appeared on The Oprah Winfrey Show to publicize her battle with postpartum depression and to boost her career. While on the show, Doctor of Scientology Tom Cruise diagnosed her condition, which virtually left her bedridden and also gave her a desire to hold her baby over a railing like her former boyfriend Michael Jackson. Dr. Cruise reported, "Other than a psychologically traumatic child birth, the death of her father three weeks earlier, stress from in vitro fertilization, a miscarriage, hormonal changes and a family history of depression, I see no cause at all for her depression. None. So it must be bad engrams." In 2005, Shields wrote a book about her experiences, Down Came the Rain: Why Scientology is Stupid. The book was later adapted as the film Bedtime for Pedobear.

After receiving counseling from Reverend Loveshade, Shields fully recovered and the warring stars resolved their differences. Shields then became a spokeswoman for Tupperware's 4Chan of Confidence SMART Girls campaign, a program that teaches young girls to nurture their mental and physical well-being for the benefit of middle-aged men.

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