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Angelique17, Model

Orlando,  Florida
"Today's a gift...that's why it is called the present."

I am a trained dancer (ballet, tap, jazz) by nature.  I love to teach and perform. 

I am serious and professional about getting the job done correctly, but know how to have fun in the process.

My rates are resonable...   read more
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Height:5' 7" (170 cm)
Weight:125 lb (57 kg)
Eye Color:Brown
Hair Color:Brown
Dress Size: 0 US
Shoe Size: 8 US  (39.5 EU)
Skin Color:Olive
Ethnicity: Hispanic
Angelique17's Network 18 Friends
Miami Model Management
Comments (2)
Latest Edition  wrote about Angelique17 on 08/19/09   08:14 PM     

If possible, we'd like to work with you some day very soon for some TFPs. If interested please check out our website & contact us either through a message here or through our website for further discussion.

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AnthonyNeste  wrote about Angelique17 on 07/28/09   06:02 AM     
If you would like to work on your portfolio I have some great rates for you ..let me know if you're interested.._Anthony

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