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Carly Foulkes

Nationality: Canadian

Hair color: Brown

Eye color: Brown

Date of birth: 1988

Place of birth: Toronto, Canada

Height 5'9" ; 175cm

Measurements (US) 34-23-34.5 ; (EU) 86-58-88

Dress size (US) 2-4 ; (EU) 32-34

Shoe size (US) 8.5 ; (EU) 39 ; (UK) 6

Mother agency: Sutherland Models- Toronto

Agencies

New York Models- NY

Modelwerk- Hamburg

FM Agency- London

Front Models- Miami

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Abercrombie & Fitch , Artistry Cosmetics , Express , Gilly Hicks , Khols , Macys , Nieman Marcus ,Ralph Lauren, Rugby, T-Mobile , Tommy Hilfiger

Magazine Covers

Mexico: 'Elle' - April 2009

Germany: 'Die Presse'

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Carly Foulkes (born August 4, 1988), also known colloquially as The T-Mobile Girl, The T-Mobile 4G Girl, or The T-Mobile myTouch Girl, is a Canadian model and actress best known for appearing in a series of 2010 and 2011 T-Mobile myTouch 4G television commercials, in which she often wears pink and white summer dresses. Foulkes has been described as a "picture-perfect brunette." A Los Angeles Times writer describes her look as Anne Hathaway meets Kim Basinger and notes that, as of early 2011, she was still often confused with fellow Canadian Jessica Paré. She has been cast as "Retro Girl" in the upcoming FX TV series Powers and been the target of a Virgin Mobile ad campaign against T-Mobile.

ModelingShe began modeling in the Toronto area at age 13. Then, after high school, she moved to New York to model for agents. Subsequently, she found modelling work in Singapore and Europe. After returning to New York to model, she began to pursue acting. She appeared on the April 2009 cover of Mexican Elle magazine and in advertisements for Rugby Ralph Lauren, Abercrombie & Fitch, Macy's, and Tommy Hilfiger. She is represented by Modelwerk and Sutherland Models

T-Mobile television adsIn fall 2010, she became the T-Mobile 4G spokesperson in an advertising campaign that was at first noted for similarities to the 2006–2010 Justin Long/John Hodgman "Get a Mac" ads. Foulkes derides the iPhone 4 and its exclusive provider at the time, AT&T, the same way the Apple Inc. had derided Windows-based personal computers. Her T-Mobile USA ads ran on major United States networks and multiple websites. Since becoming the T-Mobile 4G girl she is known for the pink summer dresses that she wears in most of the ads, and she has been styled by Debra LeClair, a stylist at T-Mobile who makes the trademark pink dresses from scratch. In August 2011, Sprint Nextel's Virgin Mobile prepaid service referenced T-Mobile and Foulkes with caricature ads featuring a brunette in a pink dress. Two months earlier, Cricket Wireless had used negative attack marketing against T-Mobile without referring to Foulkes

She has also been a popular sex symbol since the ads started. After months of email support, Foulkes was included in the SI.com feature "Hot Clicks" on May 18, 2011. During a rash of servicemen's online request of celebrities as escorts to military balls, Airman Adam Stelmack asked Foulkes to the Air Force Ball on Guam, and she declined by posting a video

Movie actressIn June 2011, Foulkes was cast as Retro Girl in the FX Network's television adaptation of Brian Michael Bendis' Powers comics series. Bendis describes Folkes' role as that of the "Princess Di of the Powers world". The first arc of the series, revolves around detectives Christian Walker and Deena Pilgrim understanding the circumstances of the death of Retro Girl, whose first name is Janis, although her last name is not revealed. Her case is the first one that the homicide duo attempt to investigate. Retro Girl will be prominent throughout the episodes since her face will appear onscreen in billboards and advertising

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