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Sara Albert-Hallmark Article on WashingtonPost.com (May 06)

July 23, 2010

In May of 2006, WashingtonPost.com interviewed Cycle 6’s Sara Albert-Hallmark following her appearance and elimination from the show. Here is the text from the article (Written and posted by Amy Argetsinger and Roxanne Roberts):

D.C.’s Next Top Ex-Wonk?

Washington’s hottest policy wonk won’t be “America’s Next Top Model” after all. But Sara Albert still might leave D.C. for the runway.

The young health-policy researcher with DavidBradley ‘s Advisory Board Co. made it to the UPN reality competition’s final four before she was eliminated on Wednesday’s show. Despite early raves, the judges found the willowy blonde too “stiff,” while rivals carped that she didn’t seem “serious” enough about modeling, what with her fancy Georgetown degree. Yet Albert, who was discovered while shopping at Pentagon City last summer, said she gained a passion for modeling — so much so that she just gave notice at the high-powered think tank.

“It’s such a wonderful company,” she told us yesterday. “I really enjoyed everything I was doing. It was awkward going into work after wearing a thong on TV or when I had a mohawk, but everyone was so supportive. They know this is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for me. They said I can always come back.” The former volleyball star doesn’t know yet if she’ll move. “I’m looking at all options. D.C.’s not much of a model market.”

Albert, 22, wouldn’t name the “conservative senator” she cited on one episode as her boyfriend’s boss. So is she really tall-for-a-model 6-1 as noted on the show? Or 6-3, as claimed on some Hoya Web sites?

“Six-one,” she laughed. “Girls in volleyball are always exaggerating their height.”

To learn more about Cycle 6‘s Sara Albert-Hallmark, visit her bio page here.

Photo:   The CW
Source: WashingtonPost.com

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