Milka Chulina

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Milka Chulina
Beauty pageant titleholder
Born Milka Yelisava Chulina Urbanich
(1974-01-06) January 6, 1974 (age 43)
Ciudad Bolívar, Venezuela
Height 1.82 m (6 ft 0 in)
Measurements 90-60-90 (35.5-23.5-35.5)
Hair color Brown
Eye color Brown
Title(s) Miss Venezuela 1992
Miss Venezuela International 1994
Miss Venezuela 1992
Miss Universe 1993
(2nd runner-up)
(Most Beautiful Hair)
Miss International 1994
(Top 15)

Milka Yelisava Chulina Urbanich (born January 6, 1974 in Ciudad Bolívar, Venezuela) is a Venezuelan actress, model and Miss Venezuela 1992 winner, second runner-up at Miss Universe 1993 and Top 15 semifinalist at Miss International 1994.

Miss Venezuela[edit]

Chulina grew up in Maracay, Venezuela and competed in 1992 as Miss Aragua in her country's national beauty pageant, Miss Venezuela, capturing the crown and the right to represent her country in Miss Universe 1993.

Miss Universe[edit]

As the official representative of her country to the 1993 Miss Universe pageant held in Mexico City, Mexico on May 21, 1993, she got the highest semifinal interview score ever seen in the history of the pageant, a combined score of 9.843, and still holds the record. In the end, she placed second runner-up to Miss Universe 1993.[1]

Miss International[edit]

After Miss Universe, Chulina represented her country in the 1994 Miss International pageant held in Ise, Japan, on September 4, 1994, where she was one of the Top 15 semifinalists.[2]

Television career[edit]

From 1992 to 1996, Chulina co-hosted the variety show Súper Sábado Sensacional alongside Gilberto Correa on Venevision.[3]


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Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Yaracuy Faviola Spitale
Miss Venezuela International
Succeeded by
Apure Ana María Amorer
Preceded by
India Madhu Sapre
Miss Universe 2nd Runner-Up
Succeeded by
Venezuela Minorka Mercado
Preceded by
Amazonas, Venezuela Carolina Izsak
Miss Venezuela
Succeeded by
Apure Minorka Mercado
Preceded by
Maria González
Miss Aragua
Succeeded by
Mónica Montenegro