Carolyn Murphy first enrolled at "St. Mary’s Catholic School" in Fort Walton Beach. Then she joined "Choctawhatchee Senior High School" and graduated in 1991. Further, she attended the University of Virginia, however, studied only for a year.
Talking about her professional life, she portrayed the character, Dubbie in “Liberty Height”. Further, she was chosen to represent Calvin Klein’s perform “Contradiction” and was one of the ‘Modern Muses on the November 1999 Millennium cover of American Vogue.
Further, Murphy has shot campaigns for Tiffany & Co, Missoni, and Versace. Furthermore, Carolyn featured on the cover of the “Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue”. In addition to her career, she was hired as a host of Project Runway: All Stars on Lifetime, replacing Angela Lindvall.
Currently, striking model, Murphy is in her forties. She married her first husband, Jake Schroeder, a surf-shop owner. The couple blessed with a girl child named Dylan Blue, However, the relationship did not last long as the couple divorced in 2001.
In the same year, she came close to another boyfriend, Brandon Body, an American singer, her second relationship also did not last for long and broke after four years of dating. Moreover, she engaged with, Baelyn Neff however, she did not confirm about it so might be a buzz in the town.
Murphy once found dating a lesbian partner, Heather Matarazoo which turned out to a long-lasting relationship as they married soon after dating for some months.
Apart from that, she was also rumored to be involved romantically with several other guys which were still a matter of curiosity. As of 2017, American model and actress have an estimated net worth of $20 million.
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