HAPPY BIRTHDAY: 10 Great Halle Berry Moments

The Urban Daily

As reported by HelloBeautiful.com…

Academy Award winning actress, Halle Berry, turned 46 today and doesn’t look a day over 20! In light of the celebration, we’ve compiled a list of her 10 best moments, using gifs, photos and video.

Take a gander:

Moment 10: Her Academy Award Speech

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Moment 9: The Scene With Michael Ealy

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Moment 8: Feeding Nahla (Don’t mind the paparazzi beef)

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Moment 7: Halle Berry in Bond!

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Moment 6: As Dorothy Dandridge

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Moment 5: Accepting A Razzie!

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Moment 4: Dancing To “She’s Fine”

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Moment 3: The Adrien Brody Kiss

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Moment 2: Tonguing Down Jamie Foxx at The Spike Awards

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Moment 1: Boomerang




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