Irene Malin

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Irene Malin
Photograph of Irene Malin.jpg
Born (1979-10-22) 22 October 1979 (age 35)
Yaoundé, Cameroon
Modeling information
Height 1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)
Weight 57 kg (126 lb; 9.0 st)
Hair color Black
Eye color Dark Brown
Measurements 34-24-34 (US); 86-61-86 (EU)
Dress size 8 (UK), 6 (US), 36 (EU)

Irene Malin (born 22 October 1979) is a multilingual British-Cameroonian fashion personality, presenter and business woman.

Fashion and Media Career[edit]

Irene grew up in Yaoundé, Cameroon before moving to Paris, France and then to the United Kingdom. In Cameroon, she was a regular feature of the catwalk and an occasional radio presenter. She was Miss Lions Cameroon 1995.

In the United Kingdom, Irene has had many roles credited and uncredited appearances. Including appearances in films such as Die Another Day [1] and Ali G Indahouse, and music videos, for example The Ride - Alec Empire, World of Our OwnWestlife and Black Betty-Tom Jones.

Irene has appeared on many television shows including V Graham Norton numerous times as a hostess, This Morning as a fashion model and soaps (e.g. EastEnders in the UK). In addition, she has been in many advertisements including for Jaguar,[2] McDonalds Restaurants, Belgacom, Kiss TV, Sky Movies, Superdrug, George, Pretty Polly and Marks and Spencer.

She appears as herself in various press articles including in Stella Magazine, The Daily Express, The Daily Mail,[3] Evening Standard[4] and Company Magazine.

Irene is also the model for a window mannequin named Irene in the Drama Diva collection by Rootstein.[5][6]

In addition to her fashion and media roles, Irene runs several businesses in fashion and retail and a charity, IM Life,[7] as well as being a fashion designer and painter.

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