Berry Berenson
American actor, model and photographer
Berry Berenson
Berinthia "Berry" Berenson Perkins was an American photographer, actress, and model. Perkins, who was the wife of actor Anthony Perkins, died in the September 11 attacks as a passenger on American Airlines Flight 11.
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LA firefighters ride to remember 9/11 - White Mountain Independent
Google News - over 5 years
It is Jorge's wife who lost her best friend, Berry Berenson Perkyns, that tragic day when the first plane hit the Twin Towers killing everyone on board. Jorge's wife and her best friend Sue asked him to carry the laminated photo in honor of Perkyns
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Personajes famosos que se infectaron con sida - ElTiempo.com
Google News - over 5 years
Perkins tenía 60 años al momento de su muerte, el 12 de septiembre de 1992 y su esposa, Berry Berenson, iba en uno de los aviones que se estrelló contra las Torres gemelas en el atentado terrorista del 11 de septiembre de 2001
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Pop and Rock Listings
NYTimes - about 9 years
POP Full reviews of recent concerts: nytimes.com/music. CAKE (Wednesday and Thursday) In the late 1990s, Cake, from Sacramento, made it onto bar jukeboxes everywhere with snarky, funky alt-rock song-skits (quotations from ''Sweet Jane,'' a bored-sounding cover of ''I Will Survive'') that avoided anything too self-indulgent or weird -- Beck lite, in
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The Listings: March 2 - March 8
NYTimes - almost 10 years
Selective listings by critics of The New York Times of new and noteworthy cultural events in the New York metropolitan region this week. * denotes a highly recommended film, concert, show or exhibition. Theater Approximate running times are in parentheses. Theaters are in Manhattan unless otherwise noted. Full reviews of current shows, additional
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Critic's Choice: New CDs
NYTimes - almost 10 years
Elvis Perkins ''Ash Wednesday'' (XL) A remarkably beautiful elegy, ''Ash Wednesday,'' the debut album by Elvis Perkins, is a look at grief and absence. Over orchestral folk-pop he yearns for lost girlfriends and childhood happiness. Most of all he mourns for his parents. The opening song, ''While You Were Sleeping,'' refers to his dad, the actor
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The Listings: Feb. 23 - March 1
NYTimes - about 10 years
Selective listings by critics of The New York Times of new and noteworthy cultural events in the New York metropolitan region this week. * denotes a highly recommended film, concert, show or exhibition. Theater Approximate running times are in parentheses. Theaters are in Manhattan unless otherwise noted. Full reviews of current shows, additional
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THE ORIGINALS
NYTimes - over 11 years
A SUBSET OF CELEBRITIES FOR WHOM THE RULES DON'T APPLY. Daphne Guinness - Social Butterfly While No. 32 on Tatler magazine's most-invited list in 2004, the London-based brewery heiress Daphne Guinness is not one to gad about town in anything predictable. Having dabbled inside fashion's ranks, covering couture from a client's perspective for Tatler,
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AT HOME WITH: PAUL JASMIN; Portraitist of the Not-Yet Set
NYTimes - about 12 years
PAUL JASMIN'S list of friends would exhaust a name-dropper. Sofia Coppola, Bruce Weber, Anjelica Huston, Richard Gere. Among the departed: Tony Perkins and Divine. Your jaw would ache to go on. But Mr. Jasmin, a photographer, is lately interested in unknowns. In November he sat at the library table in his Hollywood apartment with his cat, Mona, on
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THE FACE; My Life in Pictures
NYTimes - over 12 years
1. The sack dress was news when I was 8, so I turned my raincoat around and posed. I could have done better with the shoes, but I didn't get around to heels until I was 15. 2. My dorm room at Sarah Lawrence was so depressing -- and the absence of my parents so freeing -- that I glued everything I could to the walls: William Morris fabric, Indian
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BOLDFACE NAMES
NYTimes - almost 14 years
Yonda Lies da Castle Of My Foddah-in-Law We don't know why it is, but we are fascinated by the DUKE OF LUGO'S fan. He was using the fan -- which is neither large nor small and is black and white -- when we saw him a few weeks ago, at a benefit at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, and then again last week at the New York City Ballet spring gala. And it
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Remembrance Of Things Ast
NYTimes - about 15 years
Ever one for the attention-grabbing gesture, Halston wanted an extravagant finale for his 1972 Coty Awards runway presentation at Lincoln Center. The designer enlisted the services of his friends Andy Warhol and the fashion illustrator Joe Eula to art-direct performances by the coterie of models and society ladies whom the media had collectively
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A NATION CHALLENGED: THE VICTIMS; The Chaplain's Embrace, the Sergeant's Songs, and More Than One Parent's Devotion
NYTimes - about 15 years
Here are glimpses of some of the victims of the Sept. 11 attack on the World Trade Center. MYCHAL JUDGE Where He Was Needed The Rev. Mychal Judge never shut his door at the Midtown Franciscan friary, literally or emotionally. Anybody with the slightest need for the contents inside -- be it a warm jacket or his attentive ear -- was welcome. Not that
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Front Row
NYTimes - about 15 years
Mrs. Vreeland's Memos Cecil Beaton once characterized her as ''an elegant crane picking her way out of a swamp.'' And while Diana Vreeland never really left her chosen backwater, there is no doubt that she remained one curious bird. The legend by now is well burnished: the fashion editor of Harper's Bazaar from 1937 to 1962, the editor in chief of
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Magazines Fly the Flag Offering Upbeat Chic
NYTimes - over 15 years
IN the editor's letter she plans to put in the December issue of Harper's Bazaar, which will appear on newsstands the middle of next month, Glenda Bailey, the new editor in chief, asks pointedly, ''What is it we're supposed to feel for fashion right now?'' It's a question she and her peers in magazine publishing are asking, along with designers,
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AFTER THE ATTACKS: THE MAGAZINES; Editors Rush to Revise Long-Made Plans
NYTimes - over 15 years
Whether at newsweeklies or women's magazines, editors scrambled last week to make their next issues relevant: to give voice to the terrors of the World Trade Center disaster and to provide context for articles that might otherwise seem callous or irrelevant. The task was hardest for the monthlies, like Good Housekeeping, which usually send their
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Fashion in Bad Times: Best Foot Forward
NYTimes - over 15 years
IN London after the crash of 1929, and several years before her magazine career commenced, Diana Vreeland opened a lingerie shop. In Paris during the Nazi occupation, the ''swing kids'' dressed in outlandish American-style clothing and rebelliously listened to American music. In 1963, Jacqueline Kennedy's comportment, good manners and thoughtful
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Berry Berenson Perkins, 53, Photographer Known for Fashion
NYTimes - over 15 years
Berry Berenson Perkins, a photographer and eclectic fashion plate of the 1970's before she settled into marriage with the actor Anthony Perkins, was killed on Tuesday, a passenger on American Airlines Flight 11, which was the first jetliner to strike the World Trade Center, a spokeswoman for the family said. She was 53. She had been returning to
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A DAY OF TERROR: THE VICTIMS; Talk Show Figure and TV Producer Among Lost Passengers
NYTimes - over 15 years
One was a Washington figure known across the country from rough-and-tumble talk shows, who called her husband as the terrifying events unfolded in the sky. Another, a pilot whose plane plowed into the World Trade Center, was known for amiability in his placid Massachusetts community, where he was planning a picnic with his family this weekend. Last
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Timeline
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    FIFTIES
  • 2001
    Age 52
    Died on September 11, 2001.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1978
    Age 29
    She also appeared in several motion pictures, including Cat People with Malcolm McDowell. She starred opposite Anthony Perkins in the 1978 Alan Rudolph film Remember My Name and opposite Jeff Bridges in the 1979 film Winter Kills.
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  • 1973
    Age 24
    On August 9, 1973, in Cape Cod, Massachusetts, Berenson married her Remember My Name costar Anthony Perkins. They had two sons: actor-musician Oz Perkins (born February 2, 1974) and folk/rock recording artist Elvis Perkins (born February 9, 1976). They remained married until Perkins' death of AIDS on September 12, 1992.
    More Details Hide Details Berenson died at age 53 in the September 11 attacks aboard American Airlines Flight 11, one day before the ninth anniversary of Perkins' death. She was returning to her California home following a holiday on Cape Cod. At the National September 11 Memorial & Museum, Berenson is memorialized at the North Pool, on Panel N-76.
    By 1973, her photographs had been published in Life, Glamour, Vogue and Newsweek.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1948
    Born
    Born on April 14, 1948.
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