Janice Dickinson. biography

NAME:Janice Dickinson BIRTH DATE:February 15, 1955 (Age: 59) PLACE OF BIRTH:Brooklyn, NY

Janice Doreen Dickinson: the self-proclaimed world’s first supermodel is an American supermodel, actress, author, agent, and fashion photographer. She also claims to have coined the term “Supermodel.” She returned to the public as a judge for the series America’s Next Top Model. Recently she has launched her own reality show and modeling agency The Janice Dickinson Modeling Agency.

Dickinson has been married three times. She has a son, Nathan Fields, and a daughter, Savannah Dickinson.

Did you know...

  • Janice Dickinson appeared in the music video "On The Verge Of Something Wonderful" alongside Darren Hayes.
  • In her autobiography, "No Lifeguard on Duty", she claims that she was partly responsible for her father's death because she had discarded his heart medication pills, and he had a heart attack that night and died. The statute of limitation for prosecuting Dickinson for the death of her father was up by the time the book was published.
  • She is openly bisexual, and claims to have been in several lesbian relationships.
  • In 2005, Janice starred in the fifth season of The Surreal Life with José Canseco, Bronson Pinchot, Omarosa, Carey Hart, Caprice, and Pepa.
  • Janice also talks about the abuse she and her sister, Debbie, suffered at the hands of her late father, Ray Dickinson, when she was young.
  • Janice is an accomplished photographer, she has shot such stars as Sylvester Stallone, Naomi Campbell, Sharon Stone, and Randy Quaid.
  • Janice has appeared on 37 covers of Vogue magazine.
  • Janice is the author of three books, including: No Lifeguard on Duty: The Accidental Life of the World's First Supermodel, Everything About Me Is Fake... And I'm Perfect and Check, Please! : Dating, Mating, and Extricating.
  • Janice has appeared on the covers of Vogue, ELLE, Harper's Bazaar Swimsuit Issue, Cosmopolitan and Playboy magazines.
  • In her autobiography, "No Lifeguard on Duty", she claims that she was partly responsible for her father's death because she had discarded his heart medication pills, and he had a heart attack that night and died. The statute of limitation for prosecuting Dickinson for the death of her father was up by the time the book was published.
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