24 September 1984
Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
|Height||1.74 m (5 ft 8 1⁄2 in)|
Phoenix began her career in Durban, South Africa at the age of 15 and has appeared in international commercials for Adidas, Coca-cola, American Swiss Jewellery, Citroen C3, Nivea, Alberto VO5, Aria, Transition Lenses, Volvic, Distractions lingerie campaign and Veet television commercials and campaign which she held for 5 years.
Phoenix appeared in the European TV ad for Fa shower gel, skydiving topless. She was then chosen to be a cover girl for German Maxim in 2004 after being named "Who's That Girl?" at the Woman of the Year German Maxim awards in 2003, and then appeared on the cover of American Maxim the year after.
She has appeared on the cover of South African Cosmopolitan four times, South African and American FHM numerous times, Legacy, Indwe, South African Marie Claire, German and South African Shape and South African GQ magazines, and has frequently been shot for Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue.
Phoenix began her acting career with a brief appearance as one of Jared Leto's girlfriends in the 2005 Lord of War, and the Canadian mystery series Charlie Jade as Malachi's associate in the episode "Things Unseen". In 2007 she filmed a role in Gallowwalker, opposite Wesley Snipes. The film was not released until it went to video in 2013. In 2008 she appeared in the thriller Kamasutra Nights aka Maya.
In 2010, she starred in the horror film Lost Boys: The Thirst and the action film Death Race: Frankenstein Lives opposite Sean Bean, Ving Rhames and Danny Trejo. That year she also appeared in the comedy Spud opposite John Cleese.
In 2011, Phoenix appeared in a contemporary adult film noir series, Femme Fatales, for Cinemax/HBO, where she is the narrator of the show and appears for a snippet of every episode.; the series was renewed for a second season that aired in 2012. She also had a minor role in Safe House, and plays the sexy antagonist alongside Leon Schuster in the 2012 movie Mad Buddies.
|2005||Charlie Jade||Malachi's associate #1||Episode: "Things Unseen"|
|2005||Crazy Monkey Presents Straught Outta Benoni||Megan Alba|
|2005||Lord of War||Candy|
|2008||Kamasutra Nights (originally titled Maya)||Alexandria||Video|
|2009||Philanthropist, TheThe Philanthropist||Lap Dancer||Episode: "San Diego"|
|2010||Schuks Tshabalala's Survival Guide to South Africa||Ettie|
|2010||Lost Boys: The Thirst||Gwen Lieber||Video|
|2010||Spud||Mrs. Eve Wilson|
|2010||Death Race 2||Katrina Banks||Video|
|2011-2012||Femme Fatales||Lilith||Lead character|
|2013||Death Race: Inferno||Katrina Banks||Video|
|2013||Spud 2: The Madness Continues||Eve Wilson|
- "Tanit Choice" Tanit Phoenix web site, accessed May 7, 2011
- Bio at IGN
- Profile at Ubuhle.com
- glassyeye (2011-01-18). "Death Race 2 - DVD Bonus Features - Tanit Phoenix - Video Dailymotion". Dailymotion.com. Retrieved 2012-08-23.
- Tanit Phoenix - Ask Men
- Morris, Clint (2011-09-09). "Body by Muay Thai - International Kickboxer". Kickboxermag.com.au. Retrieved 2012-08-23.
- Transitions Optical TV Ad - Nature Cinematographer on YouTube
- Distractions Lingerie TV Ad with Woolworths on YouTube
- Tanit Phoenix - Commercials
- Tanit Phoenix Pictures - Maxim Girls
- Tanit Phoenix Talks Sexy Role in 'Lost Boys: The Thirst'
- "The FHM February 2011 issue" 27 December 2010, FHM
- "SNEAK PEEK: MARIE CLAIRE’S ANNUAL NAKED ISSUE COVER. TANIT PHOENIX RISES" February 3, 2011, Hurricane Venessa.com
- Tanit Phoenix, Jessica Roffey, Bar Refaeli old video on YouTube
- Modeling section of official web site
- Profile at Tanit Phoenix's web site
- Tanit Phoenix on the Vamps of Lost Boys 3: The Thirst
- Exclusive : Phoenix talks Transformers 3, Death Race 2, Lost Boys 3
- Femme Fatales at the Internet Movie Database
- Hibberd, James (October 25, 2010). "Cinemax Casts Lead in 'Femme Fatales'". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved February 2, 2011.
- "Channel 24".
- "Mail & Guardian 200 young South Africans". Ysa2011.mg.co.za. Retrieved 2012-08-23.
- Men's Health (2012-05-03). "How To Date A Supermodel | Men's Health". Mh.co.za. Retrieved 2012-08-23.
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