Marisa Lee Miller (August 6, 1978) is an American model and on-screen character most popular for her appearances in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue and her work for Victoria’s Secret. After a stretch shooting with picture taker Mario Testino for design magazines, for example, Vogue, Miller started working for the two organizations in 2002. In 2007, she turned into a Victoria’s Secret Angel and showed up on the front of the 2008 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue to record-setting numbers. Her achievements have prompted her to be named the “arrival of the incomparable American supermodel.”
She is referred to for contracts with organizations, for example, Harley-Davidson, for whom she is the principal representative throughout the entire existence of the organization, and the NFL, for whom she turned into a representative in 2010. Mill operator is viewed as a sex image; she positioned No. 1 on Maxim magazine’s 2008 “Hot 100” list and in FHM’s worldwide 2010 “Hottest Women in the World” survey. Beside displaying, she was a representative for both the American Cancer Society and the USO.
Mill operator made her film debut in R.I.P.D. She wedded Jim Miller, a Los Angeles riding challenge advertiser and lifeguard from California, in 2000. The couple isolated in 2002; they separated before long. Following the separation, Marisa kept utilizing the family name, Miller. She wedded music maker Griffin Guess on April 15, 2006. Mill operator brought forth the couple’s child, Gavin Lee Guess, on December 13, 2012. She brought forth the couple’s subsequent child, Grayson Lee Bazyl Guess, on May 29, 2015.
Mill operator moved from a beginning as a novice magazine model to prominent standard work after an associate indicated an image of her to acclaimed style picture taker Mario Testino in 2001. Testino requested to meet Miller, who was running a surf school at that point and was welcome to Manhattan Beach, California, where she would surf. Seeing her, Testino snapped photos of her and moved toward her with a bid for the employment of articles for both the American and Italian releases of Vogue.
Inside a half year, Miller was working for Victoria’s Secret and the desired Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, in which she showed up in each issue from 2002 to 2008. Specifically, she broadly presented wearing just an iPod in the 2007 issue. She has shown up in a differing scope of magazines, a significant number of them worldwide releases. In a July 2010 meeting with Forbes, Miller expressed that because the design business had changed, with famous people superseding models on magazine covers and in battles, supermodels need to become brands to be fruitful.