5 ft 11 in (1.81 m)
March 9, 1973
34B-25-35 (US), 86.5-63.5-88.9 (EU)
The Brass Teapot, Lime Salted Love, Spite and Malice
Charlott Cordes, Beverly Peele, Veronica Webb, Kenza Fourati, Ramaa Mosley
Claudia mason 1995
Claudia Mason (born March 9, 1973) is an American model and actress who has been featured on the covers of all the leading fashion magazines including Vogue (magazine), Elle (magazine), W (magazine) and Cosmopolitan (magazine). Mason has appeared in fashion campaigns for the likes of Louis Vuitton, Fendi, and Versace. She hosted MTV’s fashion special, Fashionably Loud and starred in the Enrique Iglesias music video “Rhythm Divine.” She starred in the feature film Outpatient (2002) which was picked up for distribution by Magnolia Pictures following its reception at Toronto Film Festival. She was also featured in the Woody Allen film, Celebrity (film) (1998). Mason completed a highly successful, critically acclaimed run of Tennessee Williams’ Orpheus Descending in LA (2010), which she produced as well as starred in as Carol Cutrere, alongside actors Gale Harold and Denise Crosby. The production was nominated for a McCulloh Award for best revival of a play by the Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle, and Mason also received Outstanding Performance by a Featured Actress.
- Claudia mason 1995
- Behind the scenes at claudia mason s photo shoot for american stroke association
- Early life
- Personal life
Behind the scenes at claudia mason s photo shoot for american stroke association
Mason was born and raised in New York City. Her mother was an actress and a dancer, and her father is a playwright. She began studying ballet at the age of five, training at the School of American Ballet. An Elite Model Management scout first discovered Mason in a record store at the age of 13. Her career took off, landing her in campaigns for Revlon, Versace, and Sportmax to name a few. She attended Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts and then transferred to the Professional Children's School because her career took up so much of her time.
Claudia Mason’s first professional booking was for Vogue. Within her first few months of modeling, she had worked with great photographers like Mario Testino, Steven Meisel, Richard Avedon, Bruce Weber, and Patrick Demarchelier. In the early nineties when Mason began her career, the supermodel phenomenon began; models were now turned into superstars. Mason was no exception, quickly becoming a fixture in some of the industry’s hottest publications like Vogue, Mademoiselle, and Elle. Mason has worked for designers such as Yves Saint Laurent, Karl Lagerfield, Valentino, Armani, Versace, Christian Lacroix, Oscar de la Renta, Marc Jacobs, and Calvin Klein. Mason’s agencies are: Trump Model Management in New York, Elite Model Management in Paris and Milan, and Premier Model Management in London. Mason then landed roles in independent films Schmoozer, Discovering Daisy, LAX (2002), and Lime Salted Love (2006). She starred opposite Jason Kirk in Outpatient, an independent film that received multiple awards, including Best Picture awards at Telluride Film Festival, Stony Brook Film Festival and the New York International Independent Film and Video Festival. She also starred in the critically acclaimed world premiere of Two Ships Passing at the Pan Andreas Theatre (2004), for which she was named Outstanding Female Actor in a Lead Role. Mason’s television appearances include guest roles on Kitchen Confidential (TV series), CSI:NY, How I Met Your Mother and October Road. She also appeared as a special guest on America’s Next Top Model (2007). Mason appeared in Ramma Moseley’s short film Grace (2009) and the film The Brass Teapot. She appears in the soon to be released UK indie, Spite & Malice: Rules to Filmmaking, as Charlotte Russell. In November 2013 Mason completed an off Broadway run of an original play called The Goddess directed by Alice Jankell.
Mason is an advocate for women’s health and has written about oocyte cryopreservation (egg freezing).