At age 3, Brooke Shields made her first stroll down the catwalk.
At 8, she landed her first movie role in the murder mystery "Alice,
Sweet Alice," and at 12 she became a household name, portraying
a pre-teen prostitute named Violet in Louis Malle's controversial
feature "Pretty Baby."
Since then, Shields has become one of the most photographed faces
in the world and has established an acting career that encompasses
television, film and theatre.
Shields has brought her charisma and diligence to series television,
starring in the title role of NBC's comedy "Suddenly Susan."
Her comedic talent earned her a Golden Globe nomination for Best
Actress in a Comedy Series.