Laetitia Casta

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Laetitia Casta

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Personal
Born: May 11, 1978 (1978-05-11) (age 39)
Pont-Audemer, France
Ethnicity: Caucasian
Nationality: French
Body
Measurements: 89-60-90 cm
Bra/cup size: 32C (70C)
Boobs: Natural
Height: 1.72 m (5 ft 7+12 in)
Weight: 54 kg (119 lb)
Body type: Slim
Eye color: Blue
Hair: Brunette
Pubic hair: Trimmed
Performances
Shown: Topless
Communities:
Databases

Laetitia Marie Laure Casta (born May 11, 1978 in Pont-Audemer, Normandy, France) is a French supermodel and actress. Laetitia's mother, Line Blin, is from Normandy. Her father, Dominique Casta, is from Corsica. She has an older brother, Jean-Baptiste, and a younger sister, Marie-Ange.

Early years

Casta, whose voluptuousness has been a subject of discussion in the world of fashion, spent her childhood in Normandy and has stated in an interview with Elle magazine: "I tell people that my breasts are 'Made in Normandy' from butter and crème fraîche!"

In 1999, Casta came out first of a national survey ordered by the Association des Maires de France to decide who should be the the new model for the bust of Marianne, a symbol of the French Republic, which stands outside every French town hall. Her bust was unveiled at the mayoral association's annual conference on November 23, 1999.[1] She succeeded model Inès de la Fressange in this role. Shortly thereafter a mini-scandal shook France, after it was publicized that Casta had relocated to London. Although she claimed that her move was motivated by practical professional reasons, the magazine Le Point, among others, suggested that she was trying to escape taxes.

Sculptor Marie-Paule Deville-Chabrolle and Laetitia Casta with the (still naked) bust
Laetitia Casta with the (now clothed) final bust

Career

Laetitia Casta
Photo: Patrick Demarchelier

Casta's career began when she was discovered by a photographer during a family holiday in her father's native Corsica, at age 15.

Casta was the official face of L'Oréal, Dior, and Chanel.

She has appeared in and on the cover of Victoria's Secret catalogs, ELLE magazine, and Vogue magazine.

Casta was featured in Guess? Jeans and Tommy Hilfiger ad campaigns.

She also appeared in three consecutive Sports Illustrated swimsuit editions, Rolling Stone, and a Pirelli Tires Calendar.

Laetitia Casta has appeared on over 100 magazine covers and has been credited, along with Tyra Banks, and a few others, with bringing back the notion of the voluptuous models.

Books

  • Laetitia Casta by Laetitia Casta
Primarily a photobook with no original material.
  • Laetitia Casta by Dominique Isserman
Another beautiful photobook with B&W photos of Lætitia in Vals thermal baths
Cover of the Laetitia Casta book
Cover of the second Lætitia Casta book

Forays into cinema

In the past few years, Casta has made forays into Francophone film and television productions, including Astérix et Obélix contre César (known as Astérix and Obélix vs. César in English language versions), a live-action film of the Astérix world in which she plays a potential love interest for Obélix, portrayed by Gérard Dépardieu.

Casta was also prominently featured in the music video for the Chris Isaak song "Baby Did a Bad, Bad Thing".

Filmography

Laetitia Casta
  • Je te mangerai (2006)
  • Le Grand appartement (2006)
  • La Déraison du Louvre (2006)
  • Luisa Sanfelice (2004) mini TV Series
  • Errance (2003)
  • Rue des plaisirs (2002)
  • Les âmes fortes (2001)
  • Gitano (2000)
  • La Bicyclette Bleue (2000) TV Series
  • Astérix et Obélix contre César (1999)

Personal life

Casta had a close relationship with fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent, whose outfits she would regularly wear at public appearances.

On October 19, 2001, Casta gave birth to her daughter Sahteene. The father is her former boyfriend Stéphane Sednaoui. Casta is engaged to Italian actor Stefano Accorsi. They have one son together, Orland, born on September 24, 2006.

Big tit movies / pictures of Laetitia Casta

External links

References

  1. . BBC News (1999-10-08). Retrieved on 2008-12-05.



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