Mollie Sue Steenis-Gondi was a contestant on Cycle 6 of ANTM.
Mollie Sue started out as a strong contender on America’s Next Top Model, Cycle 6. Prior to her elimination on the fifth week, Mollie Sue had been able to produce quality photographs and had never once landed on the bottom two. However, as the competition got harder and as the number of the girls became smaller, Mollie Sue slowly lost her edge over the other girls, until finally, after the CoverGirl commercial shoot where the girls had to use what they learned from an improvisational class at The Groundlings, the judges decided to send Mollie Sue home for her failure to express her own true “persona” in her pictures.
After appearing on the show, Mollie has become an incredibly successful model internationally. She relocated to Paris, France, where she was featured as one of Paris’ Top Models in Photo Magazine. She also graced the pages of French Cosmopolitan.
She has been featured in Vogue Russia, Vogue Nippon, Vogue Italia and has modeled for Levi’s, Vision, Winners F06, Florida International, Out, D La Repubblica Delle Donne, Mixte, Tush, ANNA, Madame Figaro, eLuxury.com, Zink, Madame, Cosmopolitan, Cop.Copine, Fashion, Self Magazine, Diesel, The Lake & Stars F/W 07, Adorn W 07, Grazia, Vanidad, Avant-Garde, Sang Bleu, Gondi Ishiko, Soon, Rene Furterer International Magazine, Style Mag, Intersection, Casadei 50th Anniversary and appeared in Top Models in Action for Cycle 11.
Mollie Sue is currently signed to several model agencies, including Storm Model Management, Ford Models in NYC and WM Models in Paris. She has been signed with Why Not Models in Milan, Ace Models in Greece, Elite in New York and Barcelona and Success Models Paris.
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(Warning: Many of Mollie’s photos feature artistic nudity, so please use caution when browsing in public or at work.)