|Other names Kim Stolz|
Eye color Green
Height 5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)
Name Kim Stolz
|Weight 120 lb (54 kg)|
Role fashion model
Hair color Brown
Spouse Lexi Stolz (m. 2013)
|Full Name Kimberly Lynn Stolz|
Born June 8, 1983 (age 32) (1983-06-08) New York City, New York,United States
Measurements 33B-24-34 (US)84-61-86 (EU)
Marriage location Bridgehampton, New York, United States
Education Brearley School, Wesleyan University
Manager Elite Model Management, Ford Models
Kim stolz on her social media addiction determinig if you re an addict affecting professionism
Kimberly Lynn "Kim" Stolz (born June 8, 1983) is an American fashion model, television personality, author, and financial executive. Stolz was a correspondent for MTV News, and served as video jockey and host for The Freshmen, a series on mtvU. Stolz first came to fame as a contestant on Cycle 5 of America's Next Top Model, where she finished fifth place. She is currently a director at Bank of America in equity-derivative sales.
- Kim stolz on her social media addiction determinig if you re an addict affecting professionism
- Kim stolz 2005 2007
- Early life and Americas Next Top Model appearance
- Personal life
- Modeled for
- Television appearances
On June 24, 2014, Stolz published her first book, Unfriending My Ex: And Other Things I'll Never Do.
Kim stolz 2005 2007
Early life and America's Next Top Model appearance
Stolz grew up wealthy on the Upper East Side of New York City and attended The Brearley School in Manhattan. Her father worked as a stockbroker at Goldman Sachs and her mother was a former supermodel who modeled for Givenchy and Ralph Lauren. In 2005, she earned a bachelor's degree in government and intergovernmental politics from Wesleyan University; she wrote her undergraduate thesis about U.S. foreign policy. After graduating from Wesleyan, Stolz briefly worked in a law firm.
Stolz has an active presence with MTV: she is a video jockey for The Freshman on mtvU and is also an MTV News correspondent. In 2008, she reported extensively on the 2008 Iowa Caucus and interviewed presidential candidates John Edwards and Mike Huckabee. Stolz also pursued a career in fashion modeling; soon after she appeared on America's Next Top Model, Stolz was signed with Elite Model Management in New York City and is now signed to Ford Models in New York. Stolz also had a small role on an episode of the UPN series, Veronica Mars, as part of a challenge win for America's Next Top Model. She has also been featured as one of CoverGirl's Top Models in Action.
Stolz is signed to Ford Models. She has written articles for The Huffington Post.
In 2008, Stolz was listed as one of the most memorable contestants from America's Top Model by AOL Entertainment Canada.
In 2012, Stolz and her friend Amanda Leigh Dunn, who appeared in the reality TV show The Real L Word, opened The Dalloway which was a two-level restaurant and cocktail lounge.
In 2014, Stolz published the book Unfriending My Ex, in which she wrote about how she once checked her Wikipedia page and found out that she had died a week before, which corresponded with the last time she last edited her profile.
She was a VP of Equity derivatives for Citi Group and is now a Director of Equity Derivatives Sales at Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
Stolz divorced Lexi Ritsch in 2015 and married Cary (Gibson) Stolz in February 2017. They have since separated. Kim is currently living and working in London, England.