She has written her autobiography, entitled Jerry Hall's Tall Tales, published in 1985. In this book, she describes her early life in Mesquite, Texas. She also relates her experiences as a young model, living a fabulous life in Paris.
In 1990 she joined many other guests for Roger Waters' massive performance of The Wall in Berlin.
Her marriage to Jagger was annulled in 1999. They have 4 children together: Elizabeth, James, Georgia, and Gabriel.
Hall was one of the nine judges for the 1999 Whitbread Awards and sided with the majority in the contentious 5-4 decision to award the Book of the Year prize to Seamus Heaney's translation of Beowulf over J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban.
In the early 2000s she was noted for her theatrical performance as Mrs. Robinson in The Graduate, including a nude scene on stage (which horrified Hall's mother).
In 2005, Jerry Hall starred in a new reality series on VH1 called Kept, revolving around her search for a boytoy. The 12 American contestants we asked to transform from boys to refined gentlemen through a series of challenges, and mastering basic skills. At the series finale, Jerry had to pick between Austen Earl, who is a good-looking graduate of Brown University, and a funny-yet-crude 34 year-old unemployed contestant named Seth Frye from Boston. In the end, Seth won the coveted award of being named Hall's Kept man, although many expected Hall to choose the handsome, well-educated Austen.
Jerry Hall Facts
|Birth Name||Jerry Fay Hall|
|Birthday||July 2, 1956 (60)|
|Birthplace||Gonzalez, Texas, USA|
|Height||6' (1m83) How tall is Jerry Hall compared to you?|
|WWE: It's good to be the King: The Jerry Lawler Story|
|Years of Living Dangerously|
|When the World Breaks|
|What If It Isn't Sanitary?|
|America's Great Road Trips: Red Rock, New Mexico, Natchez Trace, Blue Ridge, Vermont, Michigan|
|The Flying Suit|
|Pirates of the Third Reich|
|Flying Saucers over Fetish Land|