Cindy Taylor Hot TV in the USA

Cindy Taylor Hot
Age: 30
Home Town: Paraguay
Status: Livin' Life
Biography: Cindy Taylor (born April 18, 1977 in Asunción, Paraguay) is a fashion model, actor and television host. Born in Paraguay to a Paraguayan mother, her father was a United States citizen, having relocated the family to Clarksburg, West Virginia immediately after Taylor was born. When Taylor was eight years old, her parents divorced, and she and her mother moved back to Paraguay, where she would reside for the next ten years.

In 1997 she was discovered by Irene Marie Models in South Beach Florida. She was soon part of advertising and fashion campaigns for Guess Jeans, Parasuco, Rampage, and Frito Lays. Cindy soon became known as a cover girl, gracing the fronts of Esquire (magazine), Ocean Drive (magazine), Shape Magazine, Loft Magazine, Men's Journal (magazine), and more.

Cindy was cast as the host of Wild On!, a popular travel series on the E! Entertainment Television channel, replacing Brooke Burke in 2002.

In 2005, Taylor shot a cameo role in the Vince Vaughn, Owen Wilson, Rachel McAdams romantic comedy The Wedding Crashers. That same year, Cindy landed a supporting role in the independent feature film Descansos, opposite Gary Busey and Charles Durning. Descansos (Spanish for "resting places") is about a man who makes it his mission to tear down roadside memorials, including one a woman is preserving--one he would like to forget about completely. There is no release date for this film listed as of yet. In 2007, Taylor will make a cameo appearance in the sequel to Bachelor Party (film).

Taylor has most recently appeared on TV in the USA Network series Burn Notice, as well as hosting Full Frontal Fashion for UltraHD.

Taylor is the official spokesperson for the Beauties and the Beasts partnership launched between Irene Marie Models, the Zoological Society of Florida, and the Metrozoo. Cindy has made several appearances and participated in photoshoots on behalf of this paternship. Their goal is to inspire an appreciation for the world's wildlife and conserve it for future generations.

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