Miss World Australia 2009 - StarNow member Sophie Lavers
22 Jul 2009
We are proud to announce that another StarNow Australian member has taken a top title in 2009. Sophie Lavers applied to Miss World via StarNow at the start of July.
"My mum discovered the Miss World Competition on the StarNow website. At first I was unsure whether I wanted to enter. However, once I realised it was more than just a beauty competition I knew I wanted to be involved. It has been the most fulfilling, life-changing and exciting experience, and I would recommend it to any young woman looking for a challenge." Sophie Lavers.
24 year old Sophie is currently completing an acting course and hopes to work in the film and TV industry. She will represent Australia at the Miss World competition in Johannesburg, South Africa on December 12.
JASON Niebling came to our attention as the tattooed dude who wanted to become a human billboard and now he's in the movies. Read more.. Or you can watch the Sunrise Interview here.
It's cool to be curvy
26 Jun 2009
Last month, Auckland model agency Nova, in conjunction with StarNow.co.nz, put out a call for plus-size models, resulting in the signing of two models. But they're keen to hear from more women of sizes 14, 16 or 18 - experience is not required. Read more...
Local sisters set sights on bright, starry career
24 Jun 2009
Aymey-May Rymer has been reaching for the stars since she was five years old. “We then came across www.starnow.com.au website and within weeks she was registered."
“At Aymey-May’s first audition and screen test the producer and director asked how long had she been acting, and couldn’t believe it was her first time as she really impressed them."
'Do you drink your own blood? Do you consider yourself to be a vampire? If so, I want you!’
The StarNow talent website finds work for people with unlikely qualifications. This vampire ‘casting call’ came from a journalist working on an article about cults. Last year, it was one of 18,000 casting calls placed on the website for actors, models, musicians and others looking for five minutes, or more, of fame. Read the full article at unlimited.co.nz.