Cindy Crawford is an American actress and model, who has achieved international stardom for her roles in The Godfather (1972), The Omen (1976), and Primer (1986). She has also been a key figure in the New Wave of American cinema, working with directors like Steven Spielberg and Steven Soderbergh.
Cindy Crawford was born on January 20, 1966, to working parents in DeKalb, Illinois.
She attended her local high school and modeled for her school's monthly newspaper during her sophomore year. As a high school senior, she was named as the runner up of 'Look of the Year' Contest.
She withdrew from the Chemical Engineering program at Northwestern University and moved to New York. There, she attended a class run by a modeling agency, Elite New York.
In an interview with E! The supermodel also owned several beauty brands like 'Meaningful Beauty' , a cosmetics brand; 'Cindy Crawford Style' , a house-product brand; 'Cindy Crawford Home Collection' , a furniture line.
Cindy Crawford co-wrote a book with Katherine O'Leary titled 'Becoming'.
Cindy is a part-owner and investor in Rande Gerber's liquor venture. Cindy and Gerber have real estate endeavors. Cindy has amassed a net worth of $400 million today.