Joanie Dodds Biography
Joanie Dodds birth name Joan Ann Dodds is an American fashion model. She is best known as the contestant of America’s Next Top Model, Cycle 6. She was born on September 20, 1981 in Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania, United States. She is the oldest of five children, three of whom are half brothers and sisters. She is five feet and nine inches tall. She is American and is of white ethnicity.
She graduated from Cory-Rawson High School. She also attended the University of Findlay, in Findlay, Ohio. She was a computer science major and economics minor. She left university to follow her career in modeling. She has appeared in shows such as "The Will Rogers Follies" and "Born Yesterday”. She has modeled for GQ Magazine, ELLE girl Magazine, GO magazine, MANIAC magazine and much more. Her modeling career has taken her to Hong Kong, Macau, Milan, London, Sardegna, New York, Vienna, Miami and Los Angeles, doing everything from Print, Runway, Commercials and more. She earns a massive amount of salary and her net worth is not revealed yet.
There is no any information about her personal life such as a boyfriend, married, spouse, and husband and about her love affairs. It seems she believes to keep her personal life private.
Born in Pennsylvania, United States
She was born on September 20, 1981 in Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania, United States. She is the oldest of five children, three of whom are half brothers and sisters. She is five feet and nine inches tall. She is American and is of white ethnicity.Edit
Signed contract with Pauline's New York
She has signed and worked for several popular agencies so far as a model. She also signed contract with Pauline's New York and in 2001. She has already associated with Docherty Pittsburgh, Nous, Über-Warning, I Models, Models International, Vogue Milan, and Elite Hong Kong.Edit
Runner up America's Next Top Model
The sixth cycle of America's Next Top Model premiered on March 8, 2006. Joanie was the contestant of that contest. She was the runner up of that show. On the show, she received five first call-outs, three covergirl of the week awards, and won one challenge.Edit
Co-host of Run My Renovation
She has also hosted a popular show for four seasons that was from 201o to 2012. She served as co-host and carpenter on "Run My Renovation," an interactive home improvement show for DIY Network, alongside John DeSilvia.Edit