Halle Berry

Gold, Noe
March 2004
Daily Variety;3/25/2004, Vol. 282 Issue 64, pA4
Trade Publication
Since her Oscar win for the motion picture "Monster's Ball," Hollywood actress Halle Berry hasn't exactly taken the heavy drama route. Instead, her career has been marked by 'ass-kicking' women with names like Jinx, Storm and Patience Phillips otherwise known as 'Catwoman'. In the process, Berry has shown she has the stuff to be an action heroine and a box office draw, with movies like the motion picture "Die Another Day" and "X-Men 2." While the upcoming motion picture "Catwoman," has plenty of thrills and chills.


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