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Adrianne Curry

Adrianne's goal in life is to is to become an actress and a zoologist, and be able to help her family. Her passion is rescuing and rehabilitating sick and wounded animals. She plans to keep working hard and to someday build a huge animal sanctuary for sick and wounded wildcats.

Her dream of becoming an actress is already coming to fruition. She has appeared on the UPN comedy, "Half and Half" as sassy waitress Roberta.

Adrianne is someone with tremendous determination. When she really wants to do something and puts her mind to it, you can bet it's going to get done.

Adrianne currently lives in California as she pursues her new career as America's TOP MODEL.

Keep up to date with Adrianne's career by visiting the below web site her cousin Matt manages:
www.testshoot.com/adriannecurry

Adrianne Curry
wears House of
Bullet Couture
Sportswear(TM)
on her TV show.

Adrianne Marie Curry was born August 6, 1982, in Joliet. She attended Joliet West High School and has been active in sports throughout her life. She loves animals and aspires to make a difference in the world.

Adrianne has wanted to model since she was 12 years old. Her big break came when she was working as a waitress in Joliet, saving for college, when she saw a TV commercial announcing a casting call for America's Next TOP MODEL competition, hosted and produced by Tyra Banks.

Adrianne was accepted to take part in the TOP MODEL competition and went on to win the contest! She walked away with a contract from Revlon, representation by top modeling agency Wilhelmina and a guaranteed appearance in the English and Spanish versions of Marie Claire.

The statuesque, 5'11" Adrianne has modeled for Macy's, for Merit Diamonds; Sierra Collection, and has appeared in other high fashion magazines.

Adrianne modeled for Pam Anderson's runway show for her new "Sexy Bitch" line of clothing.
She was also in Anne Bowen's runway show for NYC fashion week - Spring 2005. Adrianne was in a commercial fr the Sirena
Collection (Merit Diamonds) that ran from Nov. 2004 - January 2005.

 

 

 

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