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Adam Senn

biography

Birth Date: April 10, 1984
Nationality: United States
Country of origin: France
Born in Paris, France




Grew up in Sugarland, Texas




Models.com MOTW for November 22, 2002




Starred in Gucci’s 2003 controversial ad campaign
where Senn pulls down Louise Pedersen’s underwear
exposing a G shaved into her pubic hair, photographed
by Mario Testino




Says some of his favorite things include "Golfing (I was
ranked nationally!), Tex-Mex food, skateboarding,
relaxing, playing with my 4 year old sister, playing video
games with my dad, working out."




Also a talented baseball player, and picked up
basketball and soccer as sports he enjoys.




Favorite movie is "Fight Club."




Favorite actors include Brad Pitt, Woody Harrelson,
James Dean, & Nicholas Cage




Appeared on an episode of MTV's "The Hills" alongside
Lauren Conrad and Whitney Port




Starred on MTV's "The City" during it's first season.




Own's his own restaurant called "Il Bastardo" in NYC




Just finished filming a new movie in November 2009
called "Video Girl"
Hair Eyes
Brown Blue

updates

Dolce & Gabbana Fall 2012 Collection Cat...
Dolce & Gabbana (Lookbook/Catalog)
published: July 2012
photographer: Mariano Vivanco
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Viktor & Rolf Men S/S 13 Show
Viktor & Rolf (Shows)
published: June 2012
Dolce & Gabbana Watches 2012
Dolce & Gabbana (Advertising)
published: June 2012
photographer: Mariano Vivanco
Lifeball Vienna May 2012 Show
Various Shows (Shows)
published: May 2012
Adam Senn by Yu Tsai
GQ Italia (Editorial)
published: April 2012
photographer: Yu Tsai
Vogue Hombre S/S 12 Cover
Vogue Hombre (Magazine Cover)
season: Spring/Summer 2012
play
Blanco Suiteblanco Summer 2012 Campaign
Blanco (Advertising)
season: Spring/Summer 2012
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Dolce Gabbana The One Sport Fragrance Co...
Dolce & Gabbana (Advertising)
season: Spring/Summer 2012
director: Mariano Vivanco
Mavi S/S 12
Mavi (Advertising)
season: Spring/Summer 2012
Dolce & Gabbana Gym S/S 12 Catalog
Dolce & Gabbana (Lookbook/Catalog)
season: Spring/Summer 2012
photographer: Mariano Vivanco