Kylie Bax was born January 5, 1975, in
Thames, New Zealand. She grew up on her parents' horse-breeding
farm, an upper class setting, but still a far cry from the New York/LA
glamour girl she is today. Having inherited her mother's genes (Kylie's
mum was a model in her day), Kylie was discovered in a New Zealand
shopping mall by an agent from Clyne Model Management.
She discovered her modeling potential in New Zealand,
but left for New York in order to make it big as a model. Kylie
became Karl Lagerfeld's protégée, as he convinced
her to crop her hair short and dye it blonde. With her new "boyish
looks" (yet still very feminine), Kylie went to study with
Kylie became a modeling phenom, signed with Women
in New York, Marilyn in Paris, and Storm in London. She has graced
countless international magazine covers, including Vogue Australia,
Italy, Netherlands, Paris, and Spain; Marie Claire Netherlands,
Spain and USA; and Harper's Bazaar & Mode Australia.
She has appeared in campaigns for products such
as Ann Taylor, Anna Sui, Clinique, Club Monaco, DKNY, Escada, Giorgio
Armani, Louis Vuitton, Oscar de la Renta eyewear, and Versace. She
has also strutted her hot stuff down catwalks for high fashion houses
Moschino, Oscar de la Renta, Chanel, Christian Dior, Christian Lacroix,
Kylie then took her beauty to film, with appearances
in 1999's Storm Catcher and The Big Tease. She also appeared in
the 2000 comedy, We Married Margo, as well as the thriller, Jill
Rips (a.k.a The Bone Ripper, The Leatherwoman and Tied Up) that
She then moved on to more teen-oriented films,
with a role as a Victoria's Secret supermodel in the romantic comedy,
Boys and Girls, along with fellow models Ines Rivero and Kristy
Hinze. In 2001, Kylie and Carmen Electra appeared in Get Over It,
starring Kirsten Dunst.
Bax has also regularly appeared on MTV as a celebrity
judge in Say What Karaoke. She hasn't forgotten about horses though,
as she owns a 100-acre ranch in Kentucky to breed racehorses, as
well as her homes in New York and Los Angeles.
Kylie's sex life was an open book on her first
appearance with Howard Stern. She raised eyebrows when she told
Stern that her and former boyfriend Marcus Schenkenberg had anal
sex and that she enjoyed it. While Marcus seemed to have ditched
Kylie Bax for Pamela Anderson, Bax told Howard that in reality they
didn't have an exclusive relationship so they weren't really boyfriend
and girlfriend, more like sex partners.
Other's lucky enough to be Kylie's bedmates, or
rumored to have been at least, have been Donald Trump, Simply Red's
Mick Hucknall, Jayson Williams (though Kylie insists the two are
just friends), and NHL hunk Sheldon Souray, who she showed up to
the post-premiere party of Boys and Girls with.
Kylie Bax has been seen out so often in New York,
some might wonder if she is out only to get her name mentioned in
the papers... well, if that's the case, better her than the likes
of Puffy Combs or the all time master of press attention, Donald
Trump! To her credit though, she has said that she doesn't smoke
weed, drink booze, nor is she bulimic.