March 2, 1990 |
Jerry Hall made her London stage debut this week in a revival of "Bus Stop," playing singer Cherie, the role Marilyn Monroe made famous in the 1956 movie version of the William Inge play. Hall's boyfriend, Mick Jagger, didn't make the show because he's touring Japan with the Rolling Stones, but Jade Jagger, the singer's daughter from his marriage to Bianca Jagger, was on hand. Hall also played the Cherie role in a New Jersey theater and Jagger caught her act there.
August 29, 1985 |
Mick Jagger's girlfriend, model Jerry Hall, has given birth to their second child, a 7-pound boy who is the couple's first son. The Rolling Stones singer was present at an undisclosed New York hospital Wednesday when Hall gave birth, according to Stones' publicist Geraldine McInerney. Jagger, 42, and Hall, 29, have one daughter, 17-month-old Scarlet. Jagger has two other daughters: one from his former wife Bianca, another from singer Marsha Hunt.
October 12, 2003 |
When former supermodel Jerry Hall divorced Mick Jagger in 1999, she vowed to get out of his shadow. Since then, she's been studying for a university degree, interviewing psychics and astrologers for a new BBC series called "Spirit" ("Love to you and your gurus" reads the card on a hotel floral arrangement sent by her "ex"), and, after a 10-year absence from the stage, she replaced Kathleen Turner as the sultry Mrs. Robinson in the London production of "The Graduate" -- nude scene and all. In the show -- based on Mike Nichols' 1967 feature film classic -- Hall plays an alcoholic trapped in a dead-end marriage who seduces the son of friends.
April 8, 1990 |
There's a star on the dressing room door, and inside, an overpowering scent from massed bouquets of flowers. Notes are pinned around the mirror, with scrawled endearments such as "Break a leg!" from the likes of Ben Kingsley and Tom Conti. It's all so very . . . actressy. "Ah just lerv all this," says Jerry Hall, with genuine enthusiasm infusing her Texan drawl. As well she might.
May 27, 1992 |
Just Another Dad: Rock star Mick Jagger was just another video camera-toting parent Monday when daughter Karis Hunt Jagger graduated from Yale University. The lead singer for the Rolling Stones shooed away journalists who followed him to the college, saying, "Thank you, thank you, thank you, good-by, good-by, good-by." Jagger was accompanied by his wife, model Jerry Hall. Karis is his daughter by singer-actress Marsha Hunt.
June 13, 1991 |
And Baby Makes Five: Rolling Stone Mick Jagger and his wife, Jerry Hall, issued a statement Wednesday saying, "We are very happy to be expecting our third child in January." Jagger, 47 and Hall, 34, who married in Bali last year, already have two children, Scarlet Elizabeth, 7, and James, 5.