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Brian Bianchini
Birth name Brian Leo Bianchini
Date of birth July 16, 1978(1978-07-16)
Place of birth San Francisco, California
Date of death March 16, 2004 (aged 25)
Place of death San Francisco, California
Height 6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)

Brian Leo Bianchini (July 16, 1978 - March 16, 2004) was an American male model and actor.

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Early life

Bianchini was born in San Francisco to Italian parents, and attended Mills High School in Millbrae, California. He also attended Skyline College in San Bruno, California. He started wrestling at the age of seven and won both high school and intercollegiate wrestling competitions.[1]

Modeling career

Bianchini was photographed by some of the world's most renowned photographers, including Steven Underhill, Bruce Weber, Roger Moenks, David LaChapelle, Michael Childers, Steven Klein, Martin Ryter, Chris Makos, and George Machado among others. In addition to campaigns for Reebok, Versace, Abercrombie & Fitch and print ads for International Male and Undergear, Bianchini was featured in Vanity Fair, Men's Exercise, Glamour, Cosmopolitan, Playgirl and Men's Fitness magazines. He was also featured in cover articles for TV Guide and Instinct.

Bianchini also appeared on the cover of Gloria Estefan's Alma Caribena album, and appeared in music videos for Moby and Lil' Kim.

Death

Suffering from heavy depression, Bianchini committed suicide on March 16, 2004.[2] He was laid to rest at Italian Cemetery in Colma, California.

Modeling credits

  • First Runner Up – All American Guys – 1999 Guy of the Year
  • First Runner Up - Playgirl- Man of the Year - 2001

Filmography

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