Marisa Miller is a California-born supermodel best known for her appearances in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issues and her work for lingerie giant Victoria's Secret.
Miller was fortunate to have worked with Mario Testino (one of the world's most sought-after photographer) in fashion magazine Vogue, and was catapulted to fame thereafter.
Some of Marisa Miller's notable accomplishments include gracing the cover of the 2008 SI Swimsuit Issue to record-setting numbers (the tandem online launch of the issue drew record page views to the SI website: 228 million, a 41% increase over 2007), and taking the #1 spot on Maxim magazine's 2008 "Hot 100" list.
It is not surprising that the emergence of Marisa Miller has been dubbed by Vogue as the "return of the great American supermodel."
Marisa Miller started out with only cameo appearances in several reality television series. Her big break came in 2007 by filming her first television commercial for Victoria's Secret, appearing alongside Heidi Klum for the It bra.
On December 2007, the hot lady made her debut at the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show, and opened a segment in the following year's edition.
Other runway credits of Miller's include 2007's Fashion for Relief show (for victims of Hurricane Katrina), MTV's Fashionably Loud, Imitation of Christ, Inca, and Amir Slama's Rosa Cha, for which she was one of the most anticipated models.
In September 2008, Sports Illustrated released a "Best of Marisa Miller 2009 Swimsuit Calendar. Victoria's Secret also put her to work in 2008, with a five-city tour to promote the 2008 Swim collection's release in stores.
The relaunch of Victoria Secret's sports line, VSX, soon followed, along with her first official campaign as an Angel: promoting the company's newest fragrance, Very Sexy Dare.
Marisa Miller's other commercials include the Harley-Davidson V-Rod Muscle and a YouTube video with All Star baseball player Ryan Braun for Remington's ShortCut clippers.