Anna Litvinova

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Anna Litvinova
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Born Anna Vladimirovna Litvinova
1983
Novokuznetsk, RSFSR
Died 22 January 2013(2013-01-22) (aged 29)
Germany
Nationality Russian
Occupation Fashion model
Modeling information
Height 5 ft 11 in (1.80 m)
Hair color Blonde
Eye color Blue

Anna Vladimirovna Litvinova (Russian: Анна Владимировна Литвинова, 1983 – 22 January 2013) was a Russian fashion model. She won the Miss Universe - Russia 2006 beauty contest and represented Russia at the Miss Universe 2006 contest, where she finished in the top 20.[1][2][3]

Later she moved to Moscow and started a modelling career. There she helped aspiring models to find work abroad. She died in January 2013 after suffering from cancer for one year.[4]

Biography[edit]

Early life[edit]

Litvinova was born and spent her childhood in Novokuznetsk.[2] Parents Vladimir Ivanovich Litvinov and Olga Ivanovna Litvinova. In 2003, she completed her graduations from Kuzbass State Pedagogical Academy, where she studied at the Faculty of Foreign Languages.[5]

Career[edit]

In 2003 Litvinova won the title of the most beautiful woman in the "Miss Kuzbass", and entered the top five on the All-Russian competition of beauty, with the title of "Miss Grace." She became the first runner-up in "Miss Siberia" contest.[2] In 2006 she won Miss Universe - Russia contest and then went to Los Angeles to represent Russia in Miss Universe. She did not win, but finished in the Top 20.[5]

After winning the regional beauty competition of Novokuznetsk, she went to Moscow and started a modelling career.[6] In Moscow she worked as a manager, she was organizing competitions and helping models to find work abroad. There she worked as second degree designer too.[4] About her life in Moscow, Litvinova said "Moscow is a very large, noisy, bustling city. But I got used to it and loved it."[4]

Death[edit]

Litvinova was diagnosed with melanoma about a year prior to her death.[6] She was taken for treatment to a clinic in Germany but died on 22 January 2013 at the age of 29.[2][4][7]

Awards[edit]

Here is a list of titles and awards Litvinova won in her career.[7]

Year Contest Result
2003 Miss Russia
Vice-Miss Siberia Won
Miss Kuzbass Won
2006 Miss Universe - Russia Won
Miss Universe Top 20 finish

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