Inna Zobova was born on October 1, 1976 in Khimky, a suburb of Moscow and she is a famous supermodel.
Biography and Career :
Inna Zobova's mother was an engineer while her father worked in civil aviation. It was a traumatic childhood for Inna Zobova because she was born with a hole in her heart, and she grew up in Siberia, a barren land where life was difficult. Inna Zobova's father was ill and her mother had to work long hours just to make ends meet, which made it difficult for Inna to have a stable upbringing.
When she was 6 years old, Inna Zobova underwent surgery to correct the defect in her heart. The surgery was successful, but playing sports remained a daunting task for her, as it made her breathless. Still, Inna Zobova nursed the dream of becoming a ballet dancer, one
of the most prized professions of the old Soviet Union.
Inna Zobova grew too tall to be a successful ballet dancer and had to give up her dream. Since Inna Zobova loved animals, she decided that perhaps a career as a veterinarian would better suit her, but she ended up studying psychology and anthropology at the University of Moscow.
To earn pocket money, Inna Zobova started modeling locally. It soon became obvious to those around her that she was destined for greater things.
Inna is currently based in Paris, living with her man, television producer Bruno Aveillan, and she enjoys her jet-setting life of traveling all over the world on modeling assignments.
In 1994, Inna Zobova was crowned Miss Russia. That same year, Inna Zobova finished second for the Best National Costume portion of the Miss Universe pageant.
Two years later, realizing that her future may well lie on the catwalk, Inna Zobova headed to Paris, where her best friend was a model, and met with various modeling agencies. After much consideration, Inna Zobova joined the ranks of Viva Model.
Under their tutelage, Inna Zobova paraded for the likes of Mario Testino, Yves Saint Laurent, Hermes, Givenchy, Sonia Rykiel, Thierry Mugler, Christian Lacroix, Valentino, Armani, Dior, and Vivienne Westwood. Also, she was in prestigious magazines such as Vogue, Allure, Marie Claire, Elle, and Glamour.
In August 2002, Inna Zobova was selected among over 600 models and became the new figurehead for Wonderbra. Her dynamic nature convinced Playtex executives that she was the ideal person to promote the company's product line. Following in the footsteps of Adriana Karembeu (Sklenarikova) and Eva Herzigova, Inna Zobova is now a bona fide supermodel.
1. Double zero (2004) .... Alexandrie Bogdanova
2. People (2004) .... Tatiana
... aka People - Jet-Set 2 (France: poster title)
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