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Halle Berry Puts A New Spin On Aging

Cross-cultural, mixed-race actor Halle Berry has been wowing moviegoers for over 30 years. In the early 90s, Berry co-starred in blockbuster hits alongside Spike Lee in “Jungle Fever“ and Eddie Murphy in “Boomerang.” Her groundbreaking 2001 performance in “Monster’s Ball“ made her the first African-American to win Best Actress at the Academy Awards.

Berry’s 2000 role as Storm in “X-Men“ ushered in an era of superhero superstardom, with subsequent roles in action films like “Die Another Day,” “Catwoman,” three additional “X-Men” sequels and more. Berry continues to take on challenging and provocative roles that highlight the beauty of being a badass and the fierce strength of being a woman.

Yet, Hollywood has never been known to celebrate the aging actress. As Berry entered her mid-50s, she and her team launched a health and wellness company in 2018 that put a new spin on the narrative of aging — Rē-Spin. Today, Rē-Spin is focused on the challenges and opportunities of menopause. In a panel interview at the 2023 Cannes Lions Festival of Creativity, Berry speaks about how women can start to reclaim their own narrative around aging.


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