Louise Vyent

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Louise Vyent is a life coach. Previously she was a fashion model. According to New Woman at the time, she was one of the most sought after models in 1990.[1]

Career

Vyent appeared in the 1990 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, and the Victoria's Secret catalog. She also worked for Revlon and appeared on various covers for both national as well as international editions of Glamour, Vogue, and Harper's Bazaar.

By the early 2000s, Vyent was not as ubiquitous as she had been at the height of her career, but she continued to model for a number of years. Vyent was featured regularly in the LL Bean catalogue.

Vyent had a minor role in the 1992 Eddie Murphy comedy Boomerang.[2]

Personal life

Vyent is currently based in [New Jersey]] she has two children, Uma and Max.[3]

References

  1. ^ New Woman, Volume 20, Issues 7-9, 1990, p 22.
  2. ^ IMDb
  3. ^ Louise Vyent Bio

External links

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