Coralie Eichholtz


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Coralie Eichholtz

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Coralie Eichholtz was born on April 4, 1981 and is 41 years old now.

Birthday: April 4, 1981
How Old - Age: 41

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Coralie Eichholtz - Biography

"I am an only child brought up on a farm by my mother whom is very down to earth and very beautiful. I thank you mum for giving me a personality.When I was a little girl I always knew I wanted to be in the limelight. I loved to dance and was always dancing at family gatherings. I was on the NZ rhythmic gymnastics team at age 13."
"I attended college at Villa Maria College -a Catholic Girl`s School. I have always had a passion for fashion. At age 16 I won a beauty pageant Miss Teen NZ. That`s when my modeling career commenced. I got a scholarship for Art (Sculpture), at college but turned it down. My excuse at the time was, “ Art was something I love and if I had to do it on command I would lose my passion for it”. But really I just wanted to go and follow my dreams and travel the world."

"I got myself a modelling contract in Australia (Sydney) at the age of 19 so I left NZ and moved to Sydney by myself. That`s when my swimsuit career really took off. I was in all of the lad`s mag`s such as FHM, Ralph, and I did my first shoot for Playboy (German Edition). I also did all the lingerie and swimsuit fashion shows in Sydney."
"At age 20 I was a guest model at the MTV Movie Awards in LA. I then moved to Tokyo and worked in a cabaret show 6 nights a week on a huge salary and saved all of my money. Unfortunately on the modelling side I wasn`t really the look that they were seeking in Tokyo. They preferred more stick thin, very tall, Catwalk Models, which is everything that is I am not. After many castings and many rejections I only landed a couple of big modelling jobs in Tokyo (Shisedo). My body was on all the body lotions but unfortunately they did not use my head – Damn! I launched the new Ferrari collection in 2001 and did a decomo telecom commercial but that was it, so I decided to move on. I was still booked on jobs in Australia so I would fly back for a month to do the Moulin Rouge as a Can- Can Dancer. I also did the Rossignal Crank Snowboarding magazine and my first video with American Playboy (Playmates Down Under)."
"At 21 I moved to London and since then I have been doing all the men`s magazines - FHM, Loaded, Front, Nuts, Zoo, Playboy and as a result have become rather a Tabloid Princess - in the papers regularly for being controversial. It`s crazy these days when I go out on the town the Paparazzi chase me down the street. (But I love it!).I have just finished filming my show for MTV called the Candy Girls, which is a documentary/reality show about UK models and whether or not they can make it in the states. The show will release on MTV and Channel 4 around the Easter time of 2005."
"Finally its all happening and all of my dreams are unfolding.... The one thing that I have realised is that it is a lonely way to the top. I have no time for serious relationships at the moment. I would say that I am married to my career. Men are very intimidated by beautiful women, especially when they have brains."