Laura Dundovic

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Laura Dundovic
Beauty pageant titleholder
Laura Dundovic 2013.jpg
Dundovic at the 2013 Australian Hair Fashion Awards.
Born (1987-09-16) 16 September 1987 (age 27)
Height 1.82 m
Hair color Light brown
Eye color Brown
Shoe size 40 EU/9 US/6.5 UK
Title(s) Miss Universe Australia 2008
Miss Universe 2008
(Top 10)
Official website

Laura Dundovic (born 16 September 1987, in Sydney, Australia) is an Australian actress, model and beauty pageant titleholder who won Miss Universe Australia 2008 and represented Australia in the Miss Universe 2008 competition, in which she placed in the top 10.


Dundovic was born to an Maltese mother and a Croatian father. She attended St Madeleine's Primary School at Kenthurst, New South Wales and then went to high school at Mount St Benedict College in Pennant Hills, New South Wales. Dundovic deferred her university studies in psychology to continue modelling when she got back home to Australia. Dundovic became the first Australian face of international shoe label Steve Madden as well as the official ambassador for both the Spring and Autumn racing carnivals for the Sydney Turf Club. Opening Sydney Fashion Festival for Charlie Brown in 2008, led to Dundovic being signed as this leading Australian designers face. Dundovic continues to work with Charlie Brown and has also been an ambassador for Myer.

Dundovic hosted the dating show Dating in the Dark by Foxtel.[1] In February 2011, Dundovic was appointed as the official Ambassador for Hollywood Fashion Tape.

Laura Dundovic took her first step into acting in 2014, with comedy series, Hunter n' Hornet. She was also a contestant on the Australian version of 'I'm A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here!' in 2015.


  1. ^ "Laura Dundovic to host Dating in the dark". The Daily Telegraph. 18 October 2010. Retrieved 2010-12-14. 

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Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Queensland Kimberley Busteed
Miss Universe Australia
Succeeded by
Queensland Rachael Finch