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Gender: Female
Born: August 6, 1982
Age: 36 (20 on ANTM)
Home: Joliet, Illinois
Occupation: Model
Affiliations: Wilhelmina Models
Height: 5' 10.5"
Cycle 1
Place: Winner
Debut: The Girl Who Wants It Bad
Last: The Girl Becomes America's Next Top Model

Adrianne Marie Curry was a contestant on Cycle 1 of America's Next Top Model. She was crowned the winner of her respective cycle in episode nine.

Other Information

  • Adrianne is of Italian descent.



After winning the show, Curry was very vocal that she was never given her Revlon modeling contract that was one of her prizes. In 2017, fourteen years after winning Cycle 1, she published a blog article titled "The truth about Top Model" and she stated that when she met with Revlon, they informed her that they never planned on using the winner for any ads, regardless of who she was.

Curry still continues to model, as well as acting and participating in cosplay. Over the years she has modelled for various magazines such as Marie Claire, Supermodels Unlimited and Merit Diamonds. In 2005, she made the Maxim Hot 100 list. She also made Playboy's top 25 sexiest women list in 2008. Adrianne has been featured in Playboy twice, with a cover and nude pictorial in both the February 2006 and January 2008 issues. Adrianne has also walked for runway shows such as Anne Bowen Spring 2005, Von Dutch and Christopher Deane. In 2016, Adrianne was signed by LA Models, however, she announced that they had dropped her shortly after signing her.[1]

Adrianne has also featured on various television shows. She served as a co-host on the game show Ballbreakers in 2005. She starred in the UPN shows Rock Me Baby (2004) and Half & Half. Curry also starred in Dirt, which featured Courtney Cox. In 2005, Adrianne featured in the fourth season of VH1's The Surreal Life. From 2005 to 2008, Curry starred in VH1's My Fair Brady alongside her then husband Christopher Knight.

Curry also takes part in cosplay and video gaming. Between November and December 2010, she worked as the Resident Celebrity Gamer panelist judge on the second series of The Tester, a reality program on the PlayStation Network. She returned to the panel in the third series which began on the February 7, 2012. Curry hosted live coverage of Blizzcon for Direct TV in 2011, as well as hosting live from E3 for Namco Bandai in both 2011 and 2012.


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