Daniela Kosán

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Daniela Kosán Montcourt is a Venezuelan model and television presenter born February 24, 1974 in Maracay.

She was a contestant in the Miss Venezuela pageant in 1997 and a major favorite for the crown behind Cristina Dieckmann; Kosan placed third in the final contest after Dieckmann and Veruska Ramirez, the eventual winner. Hereafter she represented Venezuela in the 'Nuestra Belleza Internacional' pageant where she finished up as the winner. After that, she represented her country in Miss International 1998, narrowly missing the crown; her second-place finish was attributed to the fact that the reigning Miss International, Consuelo Adler, was a fellow Venezuelan. The next year, she was the weather girl in Venevisión news shows. In 2000, she worked as hostess for E! Latin America.on Televen She hosted the Venezuelan adaptation of American game show Pyramid called Contra reloj from 2001-2002.

Kosán was also known for being one of the Chicas Polar for an advertisign campaign for a brewery.

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Preceded by
Consuelo Adler
Miss Venezuela International
1998
Succeeded by
Andreína Llamozas