GROWING up in the spotlight, Brooke Shields is often recognized for her lead role in the ’70s film, Pretty Baby.
Throughout her career, the actress and model has never allowed age to define her.
Brooke Shields as a guest on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert in March 2023Getty Images – Getty
How old is Brooke Shields?
Brooke was born in New York City on May 31, 1965.
According to Prevention, the mother of two daughters keeps a regular diet and training regimen with her trainer, Ngo Okafor.
Even after knee surgery in 2018, Brooke told the Today Show, “It was a revelation to work with a personal trainer and it not be a crazy painful thing.”
The 57-year-old tries her best to stay fit and healthy as she manages her busy lifestyle.
Who is Brooke Shields?
Brooke Shields is an American actress and former model.
She is best known for her work as a young star in The Blue Lagoon (1980), Jane the Virgin (2014–2019) and Pretty Baby (1978).
Her fame began at age 12 when she played a child prostitute in New Orleans in Louis Malle’s film, Pretty Baby.
She was born to parents Teri and Frank Shields. Her mother was an actress and model who encouraged Brooke to do the same.
After high school, Brooke attended Princeton University in New Jersey and graduated with a B.A. in French literature.
Her acting career continued to flourish after she finished up her education. She has written a couple books including, There Was a Little Girl: The Real Story of My Mother and Me, published in 2014.
Brooke Shields as Emmeline in the desert island adventure, The Blue LagoonGetty Images – Getty
What is Brooke Shields’ net worth?
Brooke’s net worth is around $40millon, according to Celebrity Net Worth.
In April 2023, the actress released her documentary, Pretty Baby: Brooke Shields, on Hulu after it first premiered at the Sundance Film Festive in January.
According to ET: “Pretty Baby: Brooke Shields explores the legendary actress’ career and the greater impact of young women who are encouraged to take on exploitative roles for the career of their dreams.
“Unlike Pretty Baby before it, the reviews for this poignant documentary film are not mixed, as critics have been impressed by the raw vulnerability of Shields and the important narrative.”