Elle Evans

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Elle Evans
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Elle Evans
Born Lindsey Gayle Evans
(1989-12-09) December 9, 1989 (age 25)
Paris, Texas
Nationality American
Occupation
  • Model
  • Actress
Modelling information
Height 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
Hair colour Blonde
Eye colour Hazel
Measurements 32-23-33 (US)
Dress size 0/2
Playboy centerfold appearance
October 2009
Preceded by Kimberly Phillips
Succeeded by Kelley Thompson
Personal details
Measurements Bust: 32C[1]
Waist: 23
Hips: 33
Height 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)[1]
Weight 125 lb (57 kg)[1]
Website
http://www.elleevansofficial.com/

Elle Evans (born Lindsey Gayle Evans on December 9, 1989), is an American model and actress who lives and works in Los Angeles, California. She is most notable for her appearance in Robin Thicke's music video "Blurred Lines" featuring Pharrell Williams,[2] and is one of the faces of NYX Cosmetics.[3]

Early life[edit]

Evans was born in Paris, Texas, and grew up in Blanchard, Louisiana. She graduated from Northwood High School in 2008 and attended Northwestern State University, where she majored in broadcast journalism. Evans completed one semester before leaving to travel the world and then going to Los Angeles to embark on a modeling career.[4]

Evans is a former pageant titleholder who held the Miss Louisiana Teen USA 2008.[5] Evans also competed in the Miss Teen USA 2008 pageant, where she was third runner-up. However, she was stripped of her state title after eleven months following her arrest over an incident in a restaurant, where marijuana was found in her purse, and she and three friends were accused of not paying their bill.[6] Immediately after the much publicized arrest, Evans was asked to pose as a centerfold for Playboy. At the age of 19, she became Playboy Playmate of the Month for October 2009 under her full, legal name, Lindsey Gayle Evans.[1] Her pictorial was photographed by Stephen Wayda.

Career[edit]

In 2010, MMG cast Evans in a commercial in China. She appeared in the commercial styled to look like Marilyn Monroe.[7] It was shot in Beijing and aired all throughout Shanghai, China.[8]

Evans is represented by Wilhelmina Models [9] as well as Elite Model Management in Miami, Florida. When she appeared in Robin Thicke's music video for his 2013 song "Blurred Lines" featuring Pharrell Williams her career took off. The music video generated over 200 million views and made the "Texas-born model part of a pop culture phenomenon."[10] Shortly after that, Evans was cast in two of Beyoncé's music videos: "Haunted" and "Superpower".[11] Both videos were directed by Jonas Akerlund in 2013.[12]

Evans is one of the faces of NYX Cosmetics, appeared in Kmart's 2013 national ad campaign "Money Can't Buy Style",[13] was featured in Relapse Magazine's 2013 Photo Annual Issue,[14] and starred in an AXE Apollo Cologne commercial that aired during the 2013 MTV Movie Awards.

Evans has also modeled for Samuel Bayer. She was shot fully nude, along with 15 other models, for Bayer's exhibition "Diptychs & Triptychs". The black-and-white series of 6-foot-tall diptychs and 12-foot-tall triptychs was "to capture beauty in its most vulnerable state,"[15] and was on view at the ACE Gallery in Beverly Hills from March 2013 to April 2013.[16]

In 2014 Evans guest starred in an episode of Two and a Half Men. She played a character named Cheyenne and the episode aired on February 6, 2014.[17] Also in February 2014, she landed the cover of FHM France and the February 2014 cover of UK magazine, Mosh News.[18] In September 2014 she was featured in an issue of Maxim Magazine for their "Golden Girl" spread celebrating the 50th anniversary of the 007: Goldfinger franchise where she was painted gold from head to toe,.[19]

She was also cast in a Wet 'n Wild cosmetics commercial shot by director, David La Chapelle titled "Steal the Look," [20] in addition to landing a national ad for Mary Kay Cosmetics which aired during the premiere of Project Runway season 13 on Lifetime in November 2014.[21]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d "Playmate listing". Retrieved November 8, 2009. 
  2. ^ Blurred Lines Boosts Elle Evans, Moda and Estilo, November 2013, Retrieved January 2014
  3. ^
  4. ^ On the Phone with Elle Evans, LuvCelebs.com, Retrieved Jan. 2014
  5. ^ http://news.bostonherald.com/track/star_tracks/view.bg?articleid=1126980&srvc=home&position=also
  6. ^ Miss Teen USA Presentation, Seventeen Magazine, Retrieved Jan. 2014
  7. ^ Exclusive: Interview with Blurred Lines Elle Evans Video Star, FashionGoneRogue.come, August 2013, Retrieved January 2014
  8. ^ Elle Evans From 'Blurred Lines' Is Summer's Hottest Blonde Launched to Fame by Video Viewed Almost 250M Times, The Improper, August 2013, Retrieved Jan. 2014
  9. ^ Elle Evans Portfolio - Wilhelmina Models, wilhelmina.com, Retrieved October 2014
  10. ^ Model Must-Haves: Blurred Lines Beauty Elle Evans on Her Essentials, Lifestyle Mirror, September 2013, Retrieved January 2014
  11. ^ Behind the Scenes Photos of Elle Evans - Beyonce Music Video Shoot - "Haunted", WhoSay.com, Retrieved February 2014
  12. ^ Beyonce Music Video Director Jonas Akerlund on 'Haunted' and Superpower, Vulture.com, December 2013, Retrieved January 2014
  13. ^ Elle Evans Interview on the Best Ever You Network, Blog Talk Radio, January 2014, Retrieved January 2014
  14. ^ Elle Evans in Relapse Magazine,issuu.com, Retrieved Mar. 2014
  15. ^ Elle Evans Interview: Elle Oh Elle!, Samuel Bayer Exhibition, Urban Lux Magazine, August 2013, Retrieved Jan. 2014
  16. ^ Director Samuel Bayer Debuts Photography, Hollywood Reporter, March 2013, Retrieved February 2014
  17. ^ Two and a Half Men on CBS Guest starring Elle Evans as "Cheyenne", TheFutonCritic.com
  18. ^ Elle Evans Magazine Issue, moshnews.co.uk, Feb. 2014, Retrieved Mar. 2014
  19. ^ Maxim Celebrates 50 years of goldfinger, the007dossier.com, September 2014, Retrieved November 2014
  20. ^ Steal The Look Wet N' Wild Commercial, Popisms.com, September 2014, Retrieved November 2014
  21. ^ Mary Kay TV Spot, Song By Kimbra, ispot.tv, November 2014, Retrieved 2014

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