Czech supermodel who starred with Tom Selleck in Her Alibi. She also performed Clairissa in the soap opera As The Globe Changes. She became a high model in Paris through the 1980s. She was the initial Central Western european model to seem over the cover of Sports activities Illustrated. She wedded Ric Ocasek in August 1989. The few has a couple of sons called Oliver and Jonathan. She was a judge for Tyra Banking institutions’ America’s Following Top Model truth show.
Date Of Birth April 9, 1965
Place Of Birth Prostejov, Czech Republic
Height 1.79 m
Nationality Czech, Swedish, American
Spouse Ric Ocasek
Children Jonathan Raven Ocasek, Oliver Orion Ocasek
Movies Anna, Her Alibi, Arizona Dream, Female Perversions, Wedding Bell Blues, Thursday, Long Time Since, The Intern, Partners in Crime, Dark Asylum, People I Know, Nearest to Heaven, Second Best, Knots, Kevyn Aucoin Beauty & the Beast in Me, After the Rain, Covergirl
TV Shows America's Next Top Model, Dancing with the Stars
Star Sign Aries
Was 19 years old when she met Ric Ocasek in music video and they married in St Barthelemy 5 years later.
Moved to Paris aged 15 and to New York aged 18.
Father, Jiri Porizka lives in Czech Republic. He married Swede and had more children when he lived in Sweden.
Loves copying oil painting masterpieces in museums using pastel sticks and a sketchpad.
In 1988, Estée Lauder offered her the highest-paying modeling contract ($6 million) at that time. After seven years, she was replaced by Elizabeth Hurley.
One of the first top models to become a celebrity in the early 1980s.
Was the object of adulation for Octavia St. Laurent, a black transsexual, in the cult documentary Paris Is Burning (1990), thus making her a cult within a cult. In insider circles it is considered her biggest claim to fame.
When she was still a toddler, her parents fled Czechoslovakia and moved to Lund in Sweden. They left her under the care of her grandmother, believing she could be brought out later, which wasn't allowed by the Communist regime. Her mother then secretly returned to Czechoslovakia, but was detained by the police. When Swedish politician Olof Palme put pressure on the Czechoslovakian government, the Porizkova family was finally reunited after 6 years.