Supermodel Elle Macpherson is returning to acting with a recurring role on CW’s drama pilot “Beautiful Life.”
The CBS Par-produced project revolves around a group of models living together in a co-ed residence in New York.
Macpherson will play Claudia, the owner of Focus Models, the top modeling agency in New York. She is an ’80s supermodel who is still in great shape and runs her business with the efficiency and toughness of a dictator.
Like her character, Macpherson was an ’80s supermodel. In fact, together with Linda Evangelista, Christy Turlington, Naomi Campbell, Paulina Porizkova and Cindy Crawford, she became part of the first generation of supermodels.
In the 1990s, she segued into acting. But after appearing in a string of movies, including “The Edge,” “If Lucy Fell” and “Batman & Robin” and recurring on NBC’s “Friends” in the late 1990s, Macpherson left Hollywood to focus on her business empire, whose portfolio of products includes workout videos, calendars, lingerie and beauty products.
Now Macpherson, repped by Fortitude, is making her acting comeback with “Beautiful Life.”
In the pilot, she joins Mischa Barton, Ben Hollingsworth, Sara Paxton, Ashley Madekwe and Nico Tortorella.
Gorgeous supermodel Elle MacPherson was shining at the GQ Men of the Year Awards last week. For a 44-year-old she is smoking hot and quite frankly beats out many of today’s models.
If you have been keeping up on your gossip you know that the GQ awards had it’s share of controversy with Sir Elton John and Lily Allen. Oddly enough, Lily had a few too many to drink and Elton, never being one to keep his yap shut, called her out on it in front of the audience.
Lily wasn’t the only one to get a little unwanted attention. MacPherson was the presenter for “The Band of the Year Award” and while presenting it to Primal Scream, bass player Gary “Mani” Mounfield said, “F#*king hell, a giraffe in a dress, nice one.”