Marisa Miller: A Perfect 10 Angel!

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Marisa Miller is pretty much the embodiment of they typical California girl in looks and in spirit. She hails from Santa Cruz, California, a surfing capital and her first husband was a Los Angeles surfing promoter and lifeguard. Marissa herself even ran a surfing school in Manhattan Beach, CA and her aunt was a surf pro.  Marisa has competed in several celebrity surf competitions and has said about surfing, “I feel my absolute best—physically, mentally and spiritually—when I’m surfing every day.” When it comes to her looks, Marisa resembles the quintessential California girl with her long, blond hair and bikini body. Most people know her as a supermodel and one of the famous Victoria Secret’s Angels.

Marissa is super hot in this photo that has a vintage 60’s feel:

Marisa appeared with Heidi Klum in her first Victoria’s Secret commercial in 2007 for the It bra and in the same year, she made her debut on the televised Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show on December 4. She’s also appeared in many fashion campaigns in the U.S. and internationally for brands such as Guess, True Religion and Tommy Hilfiger. Marisa has she appeared in every issue of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit from 2002 to 2008 and was the 2008 cover girl. In that same year, she was rated #1 on Maxim’s Hot 100 list. In 2010, FHM voted her #1 in their “Sexiest Women in the World” poll. In addition to being a model, Marisa has been a spokesperson for Harley Davidson and the NFL in addition to being an ambassador for the USO and the American Cancer Society. In 2013, she made her acting debut in the feature film, R.I.P.D. that co-starred Jeff Bridges and Ryan Reynolds. Also a mother, chances are pretty good her son’s friends will someday vote her a MILF.


Didn’t you click on the above link? As a model, Marisa has posed topless several times and isn’t shy about doing nudity. If you’re used to frolicking in a bikini, posing naked generally isn’t a problem. To see Marisa Miller naked, all you need to do is pick up any edition of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue from 2002 to 2008 and you’ll see Marisa nearly naked. In particular, check out 2007 where she’s only wearing an iPod. Marisa also appears in a variety of Victoria Secret catalogs in which she’s only wearing lingerie or a bikini. In some of her racier modeling photographs, she’s pulling down her underwear, her butt is exposed, she’s topless but covering her breasts or her breasts are popping out.

For a skinny girl, she has rather large breasts measuring in at 36D-23-35. To see more of  Marisa’s body than usual, check out her 2008 GQ photospread and her 2009 UK GQ photoshoot. Despite Marisa’s apparent comfortableness with showing off her body, she wasn’t always so relaxed. A self-described tomboy, Marisa said in high school, she was really into volleyball and football.  She said, “Coming from a small town, I was really, really shy about my body, extremely shy.” Marisa credits modeling with helping her get over her shyness, “I think that for me, if I’d stayed in a small town, I’d be a different person. And it really allows yourself to grow as a person and learn a lot more about life.”

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Yes, twice. With her first son, Marisa did a nude photoshoot for Allure’s magazine December 2012 issue. Asked why she did the shoot, Marisa said, “I always felt, even before I got pregnant, that it’s better to accentuate your curves. It’s important to really show off the belly.” Her first son, Gavin Lee Guess was born on December 14, 2012. Marisa is married to music producer Griffin Guess and pregnant again with their second son, Marisa posed naked in a 2015 PETA campaign to bring awareness about killer whale mothers who are separated from their calves before the babies reach an age of independence. The campaign specifically targets amusement park, SeaWorld and the complaints of past trainers who claim the animal park engaged in removing calves from their mothers. However, SeaWorld has disputed these claims, “Contrary to what you see in PETA’s campaign, SeaWorld understands the importance of keeping killer whale mothers and their dependent calves together.” SeaWorld was also criticized in the documentary, Blackfish, for this practice. Marisa said that she was “heartbroken” when told that the mothers cry out when their calves are removed from them. She added, “Being a mom and seeing ‘Blackfish,’ it was extremely emotional. I think any mother knows the sense of protection and connection you have with your baby.”

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