Jerry Hall (born July 2, 1956 in Gonzales, Texas) was a supermodel and actress best known for being Mick Jagger's long-time companion or possibly wife (in the 1990s, the two were married in Bali but the legal validity of the marriage has since been questioned). Hall began a secret affair with Jagger while still engaged to fiance Bryan Ferry. Some believe that Ferry's album The Bride Stripped Bare, and songs such as "Kiss and Tell," and "Cry, Cry, Cry", document his feelings about the breakup with Hall.
Hall 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 in Paris.
In 1990 she joined many other guests for Roger Waters' massive performance of The Wall in Berlin. She also starred in television commercials for Bovril.
Her marriage to Jagger was annulled in 1999. They have four children together: Elizabeth, James, Georgia, and Gabriel.
In the early 2000s she appeared as Mrs. Robinson in The Graduate, including a nude scene on stage (which horrified Hall's mother).
In 2005, Hall starred in a new reality series on VH1 called Kept, revolving around her search for a boy toy. The 12 American contestants were asked to transform from boys to refined gentlemen through a series of challenges, and mastering skills like arts, sports, cooking, and fitting into the high society. At the series finale, Hall had to pick between Austen Earl, 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, Frye won the coveted award of being named Hall's kept man, although many expected Hall to choose the handsome, well-educated Earl.
She appeared on the West End stage playing Mother Lord in the London revival of Cole Porter's High Society in 2005. She is now the Global Ambassador for Levitra, an Erection Dysfunction product manufactured by Bayer Healthcare. Hall is touring the world promoting a global campaign to encourage women to 'Strike up a Conversation' with their partner to facilitate discussion and ultimately treatment for a condition which is believe to affect over 150 million men across the globe