Bridget Hall was born in Springdale,
USA on December 12, 1977. She grew up in Dallas, Texas after moving
there with her mother and brother Josh when she was four years
old. Then at age nine her career began with the Kim Dawson agency
in Dallas, and she did her first modeling job for a JC Penney
catalog. She became a Guess? girl at age 14 and dropped out of
school. In 1992, she signed an exclusive contract with Ford Models
and has been working continuously ever since.
She has graced the covers of top magazines all
over the world including Allure, Cosmopolitan, Elle, Photo, Vogue,
Glamour, Harper's Bazaar, W, Elle Topmodel, Marie Claire, Esquire,
Arena, The Face, Frank, Nova, and i-D. Bridget has been photographed
by most every fashion photographer.
In 1994 Bridget made approximately $2 million,
her estimated worth in 2000 was $3.5 million, and she has been
listed in Forbes Magazine as one of the top ten money making supermodels
of the world.
While commuting between Dallas and New York,
Bridget also finds the time to enjoy her favorite hobbies which
include reading, listening to rap music and drawing. She keeps
active by biking, jet skiing, swimming, surfing and playing volleyball.
Bridget Hall is one of the Dallas Cowboys biggest fans. In addition
to juggling her career and busy life style, Bridget continues
to attend school through correspondence with the University of
Nebraska. For now, she would like continue modeling and pursue
an acting career in the future.
She has become known for her all-american freckles
and sun-kissed skin.