Sunday, 17 February 2013
Popular name Alexandra Braun
Birth name Alexandra Braun Waldeck
Birth date May 19, 1983
Birth place Caracas, Venezuela
Occupation Actress, Model and TV host
Height 1.79 m (5 ft 10.5 in)
Hair color Blonde
Eye color Hazel
Life and Career
Alexandra Braun hold titles Sambil Model 2005 (winner), Miss Venezuela 2005 (1st runner up) Miss Earth Venezuela 2005 Miss Earth 2005 (winner) She has a degree in Marketing and Advertising.
As Miss Earth winner, Braun travelled the world to participate and promote environmental awareness programs with the Philippine-based Miss Earth Foundation. She also visited several countries including Canada, Puerto Rico, Chile, Indonesia, Philippines, Singapore, and Venezuela.
Her winning in Miss Earth 2005 made her a household name in Venezuela and in modeling business.
She started in a new stage of her life when she announced the launching of her own accessories brand name ¨DiBraun Accessories¨ with her twin sister Karina. She has appeared in a variety of magazines right after her reign including Philippine's 'Women's Journal', Variedades, Man, Ocean Drive, Maxim, Urbe, Que Pasa (Chile) and more. Braun is now an established model in Latin America, Europe and Asia appearing in numerous television spots, magazines and advertising campaigns in countries such as Philippines, Romania, Malaysia, Mexico, Honduras, Costa Rica, Bolivia and her home country Venezuela. She started her career as an actress in Venezuela and going to appear in March 2013. Hasta que la muerte nos separe¨ is about a model who falls in love with a boxer.
Friday, 15 February 2013
Latino Queen in Miss World either as a Winner, Runner-Up or as Top Participants, from Latino or South America Countries and Territories From 2002 to 2012,
See also Latino Queen in Miss Universe, Miss International, Miss Earth,
only took place on Top Seven. At the end of the event Ivian Sarcos of Venezuela crowned her successor Yu Wenxia of China.
Top 7 MW 2012 - Brazil - Mariana Notarangelo
Top 7 MW 2012 - Jamaica - Deanna Robins.
Top 15 MW 2012 - Mexico - Mariana Berumen Reynoso
Top 15 MW 2012 - Spain – Aránzazu Estévez
Top 30 MW 2012 - Colombia - Barbara Turbay
Top 30 MW 2012 - Dominican Republic – Sally Aponte Tejada
Top 30 MW 2012- Panama – Maricely González
Top 30 MW 2012 - Puerto Rico – Janelee Chaparro
Miss World 2011 Venezuela – Ivian Sarcos
2nd Runner-up MW 2011- Puerto Rico – Amanda Vilanova
Top 20 MW 2011 - Chile – Gabriela Pulgar
Top 20 MW 2011- Paraguay – Nicole Huber
2nd Runner-up MW 2010 - Venezuela - Adriana Vasini
1st Runner-up MW 2009 Mexico - Perla Beltrán
5th Runner-up MW 2009 Panama - Nadege Herrera
6th Runner-up MW 2009 Colombia - Daniela Ramos
Top 15 MW 2008 - Brazil - Tamara Almeida
Top 15 MW 2008 - Mexico - Anagabriela Espinoza
Top 15 MW 2008 - Puerto Rico - Ivonne Orsini
Top 15 MW 2008 - Spain - Patricia Rodríguez
Top 15 MW 2008 - Venezuela - Hannelly Quintero
106 contestants from participant's countries competed for the crown
2nd Runner-up MW 2007 - Mexico - Carolina Morán
Top 16 MW 2007 - Dominican Republic - Ada Aimee de la Cruz
Top 16 MW 2007 - Ecuador - Valeska Saab
Top 16 MW 2007 - Puerto Rico - Jennifer Guevara
Top 16 MW 2007 - Venezuela - Claudia Suárez
Miss World 2005 Unnur Birna Vilhjálmsdóttir of Iceland crowned her successor Miss World 2006 Taťána Kuchařová of Czech Republic
Top 6 - Brazil - Jane Borges
Top 17 MW 2006 - Mexico - Karla Jiménez
Top 17 MW 2006 - Puerto Rico - Thebyam Carrión
Top 17 MW 2006 - Venezuela - Federica Guzmán
Maria Julia Mantila from Peru crowned her successor Unnur Birna Vilhjálmsdóttir from Iceland.
102 contestants from all over the world competed for the crown. The 12 semi finalist were determined by public through internet, telephone and sms voting.
1st Runner-up MW 2005 - Mexico - Dafne Molina
2nd Runner-up MW 2005 - Puerto Rico - Ingrid Marie Rivera
Top 15 MW 2005 - Spain - Mireia Verdú
Miss World 2004 Peru - María Julia Mantilla
1st runner-up MW 2004 - Dominican Republic - Claudia Cruz
Top 15 MW 2004 Mexico - Yessica Ramírez
Miss World 2002 title holder Azra Akin from Turkey crowned her successor Rosanna Davison from Ireland.
Top 20 MW 2003 - Bolivia - Helen Aponte
Top 20 MW 2003 - Dominican Republic - María Eugenia Vargas
Top 20 MW 2003 - Jamaica - Jade Fulford
Top 20 MW 2003 - Peru - Claudia Hernández
Top 20 MW 2003 - Puerto Rico - Joyceline Montero
Top 20 MW 2003 - Venezuela - Valentina Patruno
1st runner-up MW 2002 Colombia – Natalia Peralta
2nd runner-up MW 2002 Peru – Marina Mora
4th runner-up MW 2000 Uruguay - Katja Thomsen