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Halle Berry

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I used to believe that if my career was going great, then I was not entitled to a great personal life. Well, I've stopped thinking that way. I believe I can have it all.
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Barry Koltnow (April 1, 2004) "Halle, them's the breaks", The Advertiser, p. 048

 
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