Victoria Silvstedt was born September 19, 1974, in Skelleftehamn, Sweden, and grew up in Bollnäs. She has an older sister and a younger brother. As a child, Silvstedt loved to ride horses. She was also introduced to ice skating by his father, who was the captain of a local ice skating club. In 1989, Silvstedt came fourth in the Swedish youth alpine skiing competition. However, the shoulder injury she suffered in the next race eventually ended his ice skating career when she was 16 years old.
After her mother and sister sent photos of her to the contestants, Victoria Silvstedt was invited to take part in the Miss Sweden beauty pageant. Shortly thereafter, she was selected to represent Sweden at the 1993 Miss World pageant in Sun City, South Africa. Silvstedt went on to sign with a modeling company in Paris and began working for high-end fashion houses such as Givenchy, Giorgio Armani, Valentino, and Christian Dior.
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Victoria Silvstedt emerged as an actor in the ’90s, when she appeared on popular television shows such as the first theater opera “Melrose Place” and the youth sitcom “Malibu, CA.” She has continued to appear in several films, especially comedy; they included “BASEketball,” “The Independent,” “Out Cold,” and “boating.” Silvstedt has also appeared in numerous films and television series in Europe, especially in Italy.
She starred in the Italian films “My Life with Stars and Stripes” and “Un Maresciallo in Gondola,” starring actor Kim Novak. Additionally, she starred in the British mockumentary “Just for the Record” next to Steven Berkoff. Meanwhile, Silvstedt had a supporting role in films such as “Un’estate al mare,” “Matrimonio Alle Bahamas,” and the 2010 French movie “Heartbreaker.”
In addition to movie and television, Silvstedt appeared in the production of off-Broadway “Pieces (of Ass)” during a 2004 performance in Los Angeles.
Since the 90s, Silvstedt has hosted a number of television programs and specials from around the world. She has hosted entertainment programs such as CBS “Candid Camera,” Channel 4’s “Eurotrash,” and E! “Wild On!”
Victoria Silvstedt began hosting Italian and French versions of the popular American drama “Wheel of Fortune.” Later, she hosted her own special “Sport by Victoria,” which was broadcast on Eurosport during the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver. Some of Silvstedt’s hosting credits include a special “Le grand bêtisier” on French TF1.
Victoria Silvstedt started his own reality television series on E !, entitled “Victoria Silvstedt: My Perfect Life.” The exhibition covered his work and personal life as it followed him around the world in places including Rome, Monaco, Stockholm, Paris, and Los Angeles. Later, in 2016, Silvstedt participated in the Swedish reality series “Stjärnorna på godset.”
Victoria Silvstedt was spotted by Hugh Hefner, who invited him to the Los Angeles photoshoot for Playboy magazine. She became Playmate of the Month in December 1996, and in 1997, she was named Player of the Year. Since then, Silvstedt has appeared in numerous Playboy magazines, as well as Playboy videos.
Victoria Silvstedt continues to have a world-class modeling career. She has worked as a Guess clothing brand, has worked with brands including Renault and Nike, and has appeared in magazines such as Glamor, Maxim, Vanity Fair, and GQ. In all, Silvstedt has featured on over 500 magazine covers.
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Victoria Silvstedt is a $ 15 million Swedish actress, model, singer, and actress. Victoria is known for her performances in comedy films such as “BASEketball,” “The Independent,” “boat trip,” and “Out Cold.”
She has also starred in numerous European films and television series, including the Italian movie “My Life with Stars and Stripes” and the British mockumentary “Just for the Record.”