Jerry Hall’s biography


  • Source of Wealth: Modeling and Theatre
  • Age: 63
  • Birth Place: Gonzales, TX
  • Height: 6′ (1.83 m)
  • Marital Status: Divorced from Mick Jagger
  • Full Name: Jerry Faye Hall
  • Nationality: American
  • Date of Birth: July 2, 1956
  • Ethnicity: English, Irish, Dutch, and Native American
  • Occupation: Model
  • Children: Elizabeth, Jim, Georgia, and Gabriel


Hall is known for her long-term relationship with Mick Jagger. They have four children, Elizabeth, Jim, Georgia, and Gabriel, before they got separated. They had a secret affair while she was still engaged to Bryan Ferry. While Mick got a Brazilian supermodel pregnant at the same that she was pregnant with their son, she described her as her best friend when they finally agreed to separate. She was romantically linked to British movie executive George Waud in 1999.

Jerry Hall is a former fashion model and appeared on the cover of the 1975 Roxy Music Album Siren. She is one of the most professional models that he has worked with according to photographer Terry O’Neill. She was ranked #11 in Channel 5’s “World Greatest Supermodel.” She was a judge on the panel of the 1999 Whitebread Book Award and a contributing editor of Tatler magazine. She was selected by producer Sascha Brooks to succeed Kathleen Turner in the role of Mrs. Robinson in the London stage production of The Graduate (June 2000).

Hall now holds the World Record for making the most theatrical appearances in one night. She appeared in Les Miserables, Phantom of the Opera, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Blood Brothers, and Anything Goes. She performed in from of 9,124 theatergoers in London. When she appeared as a contestant in Celebrity Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? on May 20, 2006, she opted for a “Call a Friend” lifeline and talked to friend Bill Wyman who is the former bassist of The Rolling Stone. She is a Global Ambassador of Levitra, a treatment for erectile dysfunction. She also sold her ex-husband Jagger’s guitar for $52,000 at an auction for the benefit of AIDS research in Cannes.