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hollyohare, Model

ID:9780
Mesa,  Arizona

Hi guys!
Thank you for looking at my profile.
I am 20 years old, living in orlando right now, but i am moving back to AZ.
In AZ i can travel to LA, anytime.
I am new at modeling,  I havent dont a paid job yet, but i was an extra for a cell phone commerical that aired in Spain, two years.
I  was...   read more

 
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Age:28
Height:5' 5" (165 cm)
Weight:120 lb (54 kg)
Chest:32" B (81 cm)
Waist:26" (66 cm)
Hips:34" (86 cm)
Eye Color:Blue
Hair Color:Blonde
Dress Size: 4 US
Shoe Size: 7 US  (38 EU)
Skin Color:White
Ethnicity: Caucasian
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Comments (3)
LaShelle Samone  wrote about hollyohare on 09/30/11   07:15 AM     
Holly! You have such an awesome port!
AnthonyNeste  wrote about hollyohare on 07/27/09   09:52 PM     
hey Holly
photo54  wrote about hollyohare on 07/24/09   09:05 AM     
hard time? what hard time? you did great, don't worry!

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