Brooke Shields
Class of 1983 - Honored 2008
Princeton University B.A. 1987

Career Highlights
Accomplished television, film and theatre actress, producer, as well as business woman, author, and model

Film, Theater and Television Actress
Extensive film career with major parts in Pretty Baby, The Blue Lagoon, Sahara, Endless Love, The Weekend, Black and White, Just You and Me, Kid
Appeared in TV specials hosted by Bob Hope (1980-83)
Lead roles in TV sitcoms Suddenly Susan and Lipstick Jungle
Appeared in cameo roles in numerous television productions
People’s Choice Award recipient in category of Favorite Young Performer (1981-84)
Starring roles in theater productions as Sally Bowles in Cabaret, Ruth Sherwood in Wonderful Town, and Roxie Hart in Chicago

Published Books
Author of The Brooke Book, On Your Own, Down Came the Rain: My Journey Through Postpartum Depression, andWelcome to your World, Baby

Other Accomplishments
Appointed Honorary Ambassador of Peace for the Harvey Ball Foundation
Strong Advocate for children’s rights and literacy
National spokesperson for Tupperware’s Chain of Confidence campaign
Genii Award recipient for outstanding Success in Television, Stellar Achievements in Television Performances and Good Citizenship in the Television Community
Began professional career at only eleven months of age when selected as the Ivory Snow Baby, and by age 3 was a runway model
Has appeared on hundreds of magazine covers, most notably Time as the “Face of the Eighties” and Life on three separate occasions