Francoise Boufhal, born on 18 December 1988, in Hexham, Northumberland (England). She is an English model, actress and presenter.
Boufhal grew up and spend most of her childhood in Stockfield where she attended Broomley First school before moving into Newcastle Upon Tyne. Boufhal attended Ponteland Middle school.
As for her acting career, she joined the Live Theatre company at the age of 11, that was a theatrical youth theatre based in Newcastle which was made famous by Robson Green, who was an English actor. Boufhal’s first big role was in the children’s BBC1 show Byker Grove, which was a hit, where she played Stumpy’s girlfriend ‚Ellie Baines’.
At first in modeling, Boufhal was rejected by fashion houses for being too short and having an ‚unusual’ figure. Despi
te that, she appeared in Nuts magazine as ‚Nuts next top model’, and was also cover girl on April 2009 for the Maxim Magazine.
Even more, she is currently an up an coming favorite of the England’s national newspapers. The Daily Star has claimed she is set to follow in the foot steps of Kelly Brook and Lucy Pinder, and also called her their „Latest discovery’’.
Francoise is also featured in the June 2010 issue of Playboy USA.
As for her Presenting career, in April 2009, the well-known Rio Ferdinand signed Boufhal up to his digital magazine 5 as his co-presenter. She has interviewed names like Danny Dyer, Alan Carr, Ashley Cole and Tamer Hassan. She made her debut on MTV interviewing big names and super car collectors for the London Motor Museum, in may 2010.She is curently the weekly ‚Bloke Counsellor’ for Maxim UK.
At this moment in time, she still works with Rio Ferdinand on his digital magazine 5, interviewing some of the world most talented interesting people, as well as modelling internationally for some companies and brands.
Why is Francoise Boufhal famous?
Francoise Boufhal is famous for her acting, modeling and TV presenting skills.
Why do we like Francoise Boufhal?
Francoise Boufhal was featured in Playboy in june 2010, we should all thank her for that.
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