Supermodel, TV web host, & entrepreneur who was simply once named #1 1 for the 100 Hottest Females of All-Time by Men’s Wellness, as well seeing that Zero. 3 on VH1’s 40 Hottest Hotties from the ’90s. After her modeling profession, she launched an effective beauty line and a well-known furniture range. She was a higher college valedictorian and visited Northwestern University with an educational scholarship to review chemical anatomist. In 1995, Forbes positioned her the highest-paid model on the market. She wedded Richard Gere in 1991. She afterwards had two kids, Presley and Kaia, with Rande Gerber. She made an appearance in the starting credits for the 1987 film THE TRICK of My Achievement, which starred Michael J. Fox.
Full Name Cindy Crawford
Date Of Birth February 20, 1966
Place Of Birth Dekalb, IL
Height 1.75 m
Education DeKalb High School, Northwestern University
Spouse Rande Gerber, Richard Gere
Children Kaia Jordan Gerber, Presley Walker Gerber
Parents Jennifer Sue Crawford-Moluf, John Crawford
Siblings Jeffrey Crawford, Danielle Crawford, Chris Crawford
Appeared on the premiere cover of then-boyfriend John Kennedy Jr.'s magazine "George" (September 1995). Crawford was dressed as US President George Washington.
Participated in the 3rd Munchkin's Project Pink annual breast cancer awareness campaign to raise money for breast cancer research. The project consists of the donation of celebrity-decorated and autographed bath ducks, put up for auction. [October 2008]
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 When a 35-year-old starts taking care of her skin, she won't look different. It's when you're my age that you start seeing the payoff.
[on aging well] The secret is that there's no secret. Do all the stuff we know: Don't smoke, get enough sleep, drink plenty of water, find what makes you happy.
My breasts are beautiful and I gotta say: they've gotten a lot of attention for what's relatively short screen time.
[on posing nude] I can't believe they put a nipple on the cover! Everyone is more uptight than I am. I'm not going to let other people's stereotypes and problems influence me. It's my choice. And when I'm 50, I'll be happy I did these pictures. I'll go "Remember when?"
[when asked if she likes to sunbathe topless] Yeah! I just don't like the lines. Really it's only about that, but now, you know but now it's do I want my breasts to look like leather later in life. So it's about finding that balance.
I was [naked]. I think I was wearing a bottom maybe. My husband was naked. He was like the water is cold and it's not fair. I'll tell you what's really terrible was that it wasn't the paparazzi. We rented this house on St. Martin with my whole family and it was the chef from the roof and we didn't know like the whole week.
I didn't mind being topless-- but I wouldn't be comfortable without any clothes on.
Acting like a slut. If we're shooting bikini bottoms at a hotel, you don't walk topless through the lobby. You cover up until you get to your little area. I'm not an exhibitionist but some models are, and I get embarrassed around them because I think people then think all models are that way.
[on guilty food pleasures] Dark chocolate--it feels like a necessity!
I was at dinner in Milan with several big photographers and several of the big models at the time, and there people snorting coke right there. I called my my mom and said, 'I can't do this.'
If I'm comfortable with the photographer, I'll do topless.
I regret that I wasn't wilder. I was working and I was nervous. I was the the one in the corner with the book being responsible.
Our sex life has been ruined by the arrival of our first baby. We can't be so spontaneous because we don't want the nanny to hear us. We can't scream and yell like we used to.
One day my girlfriend and her boyfriend and I were sunbathing topless because that's Barbados--you can wear nothing if you want. And the Pepsi guy walks up and with my agent to meet us for lunch. I saw him coming and wondered, Should I put on my top because I have a business relationship with him? I didn't want him to get offended because the rest of the beach had seen me with my top off.
The only annoying thing about being recognized is the whispering. You can hear, "Is that Cindy?" And then they follow me for blocks. I wish they'd just come up and say, "Hi".
[on her return to the runway for Fashion Week in 2002] The other models looked at me with a little too much awe like, "Oh my God, I've been your biggest fan for over 20 years!" And I'm like, "How old are you? Shut up!"
Even in normal life, I'm not the skinniest model.
[in People magazine, 1/11/93] Even I don't look like Cindy Crawford in the morning.
When I did "Playboy", I got letters from women who didn't consider it feminist to do nude photographs. I thought the whole POINT of being a feminist was that you got to make your own choices.
Fashion and style is just that. Fashion and style. It's not brain surgery.
I don't want to have to be beautiful all the time. I want to be able to look cruddy in my weekend sweats, with a pimple on my face and pimple cream on top of the pimple. The expectation to always be beautiful bothers me.
The thing I like about my body is that it's strong. I can move furniture around my apartment. I can ride my horse . . . I can play basketball. It's a well functioning machine.