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Brooke Shields Sells Pacific Palisades Home for $7.4 Million!

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Model/actress Brooke Shields began her career at just 11 months old, starring in an Ivory Soap commercial. She first came to national prominence with her role as a child prostitute in the controversial film Pretty Baby. In 1980, she became the youngest model to appear on the cover of Vogue and helped rocket Calvin Klein to super-designer status with her provocative ads for his namesake jeans. After taking a break from the spotlight to attend Princeton University, Shields returned to Hollywood, starring in such films as The Blue Lagoon and Endless Love, as well as numerous TV show appearances and several roles on Broadway. A native of Manhattan, she resides mostly in New York, where she and her husband, TV writer Chris Henchy, keep a townhouse in the West Village and a vacation getaway in The Hamptons. For many years, she also kept a Pacific Palisades home where she lived with her former husband, tennis star Andre Agassi, as a rental property. Some of its tenants included Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner, who rented the home while their own nearby mansion was undergoing renovations. Shields has now sold the residence for $7.4 million to actor Sam Page, best known for his work for the Hallmark Channel.

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