Denise Masino

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Denise Masino
— Bodybuilder —
Personal info
Born (1968-05-01) May 1, 1968 (age 49)
Brooklyn, New York
Height 5 ft 2 in (1.57 m)
Professional career
Pro-debut Jan Tana Classic, 1996
Best win 2003 Night of Champions,

Denise Masino (born Denise Sánchez on May 1, 1968) is a professional female bodybuilder from the United States.

Early life and bodybuilding[edit]

Born in Brooklyn, New York of Puerto Rican extraction, the 5'2" Masino won her pro card by winning the lightweight class at the 1995 NPC Nationals. She competed as a professional through 2007, and was the 2003 Night of Champions winner.

Model career[edit]

Starting from early 1996, Masino was featured in various prominent fitness and bodybuilding magazines. She was a two time Centerfold in Flex Power & Sizzle and voted the "sexiest bodybuilder alive" by Iron Man. She was also included in Flex's 1997 Annual Swimsuit issue and in their Fantasy Lingerie issue. In 1997, along with her then-husband and trainer Robert Masino, she founded Muscle Elegance, a magazine that features erotic pictorials of female bodybuilders and where Denise is featured as the main model. The magazine also produces a line of videos and the website Muscle Pinups.[1]

Her feature film debut in the cultish vampire movie, "Blood + Kisses"(originally titled Kiss of the Vampire as shown in trailers), premiered in film festivals in 2005, but so far remains unreleased.[2] She is currently featured in the documentary feature, "Adventures of Miss Fit," which had its film festival premiere in 2016. [3] [4]

Personal life[edit]

She is a registered Republican who has voted out of party and identifies herself as a fiscal conservative.[5] She is currently married to her husband Gregg, and was previously married to Robert Masino for fourteen years.[6] She currently lives in Fort Myers, Florida.[7]

Contest history[edit]

  • 1994 NPC Florida Championships - Overall winner
  • 1994 NPC Nationals - 8th (MW)
  • 1995 NPC Nationals - 1st (LW)
  • 1996 Jan Tana Classic - 6th
  • 1997 Jan Tana Classic - 6th
  • 1997 Ms. International - 13th
  • 1998 Jan Tana Classic - 8th
  • 1998 Ms. International - Disqualified
  • 1999 Ms. International - 7th
  • 1999 Pro World Championship - 4th
  • 2000 Ms. International - 4th (LW)
  • 2001 Ms. International - 5th (LW)
  • 2002 Ms. International - 6th (LW)
  • 2003 Ms. International - 2nd (LW)
  • 2003 Night of Champions - 1st (LW & Overall)
  • 2003 IFBB Ms. Olympia - 3rd (LW)
  • 2004 Ms. International - 3rd (LW)
  • 2004 IFBB Ms. Olympia - 2nd (LW)
  • 2007 Ms. International - 12th

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