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America’s self-proclaimed first supermodel Janice Dickinson has conquered the covers of magazines worldwide, been a consistent presence on “America’s Next Top Model” and has three published autobiographies to her name. Now, she’s anxious to take on the reality TV world, with the third season of her Oxygen network series, “The Janice Dickinson Modeling Agency,” set to premiere this year.
Born in Brooklyn, New York and raised in Florida, this acid-tongued model/TV personality has been married three times. Former husbands include Ron Levy, Alan B. Gersten and Simon Fields. She has two teenaged children, a son, Nathan, and a daughter, Savannah. It was once thought that her daughter’s father was ex-beau Sylvester Stallone, but a paternity test proved otherwise. Dickinson has also dated Warren Beatty, Mick Jagger, Jack Nicholson and Liam Neeson.
Claiming to have coined the term “supermodel” back in 1979, Dickinson has appeared on 37 covers of Vogue magazine. Acting as a judge for the Tyra Banks-created “America’s Next Top Model” for the first four seasons, Dickinson continues to appear on the series sporadically to offer her advice to contestants. Those unfamiliar with “Top Model” may remember Dickinson from her stint on another reality series, “The Surreal Life,” where she became involved in a physical altercation with fellow houseguest Omorosa (“The Apprentice”) when Omorosa revealed the model’s past troubles with alcohol and cocaine. In her books, the model has described her plastic surgeries as well as the physical and emotional abuse she suffered as a child. “The Janice Dickinson Modeling Agency” premiered on Oxygen in June 2006 and chronicled Dickinson’s efforts to staff and operate a Hollywood modeling agency.