Ruby Rose | Transformation From 3 To 32 Years Old

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  • Published on:  Sunday, January 6, 2019
  • Birthday: March 20, 1986
    Nationality: Australian
    Famous: Lesbians Models
    Sun Sign: Pisces
    Age: 32 Years, 32 Year Old Females
    Also Known As: Ruby Rose Langenheim, Ruby
    Born In: Melbourne
    Famous As: Model
    Height: 1.7 M
    Mother: Katia Langenheim
    Net Worth: $1 Million As 2017
    Ruby Rose is an Australian model, television host, actress, DJ, recording artist, and an amateur boxer. She was a VJ on MTV Australia, a role which brought her recognition in the entertainment industry. She started her career as a model, featuring on prestigious magazines and representing renowned fashion brands, such as Maybelline and later Nike. She turned a television host for MTV as the job allowed her to be herself, uninhibitedly, in contrast to her previous work as a model which put a lot of restraints. She later appeared as a guest on many television shows and was cast in the role of Stella Carlin in 'Orange Is the New Black'. She showed her acting prowess on the series and bagged important roles in blockbuster movies, such as 'Resident Evil: The Final Chapter', 'xXx: Return of Xander Cage' and 'John Wick: Chapter 2'. Apart from her modeling, hosting and acting roles, she has also established herself in the field of music with the single 'Guilty Pleasure', and later wrote and directed the single 'On Your Side' by The Veronicas. Known for numerous tattoos covering her body, she showed them off in a charity photoshoot for PETA.
    Childhood & Early Life
    Ruby Rose Langenheim was born on March 20, 1986, in Melbourne, Australia. She was raised by her 20-year-old single mother, Katia Langenheim, who left Ruby’s father when Ruby was two years old.
    Her mother is an artist who holds exhibitions in Melbourne. Famous Australian boxer, Lionel Rose, is her godfather, while Alec Campbell, the last surviving Australian Battle of Gallipoli soldier, is her great-grandfather.
    She attended University High School, where she faced severe bullying. She had to be hospitalized after being physically hit at the age of 16. She later enrolled into Footscray City College.
    Rose, who came out as a lesbian at the age of 12, feels that her sexuality made her the target of bullying. It was later revealed that she was also sexually abused by a relative when she was a child. She suffered from depression and even attempted suicide once.
    Modeling Career
    Ruby Rose first gained recognition in 2002 after she joined the 'Girlfriend Model Search' competition organized by Australian magazine 'Girlfriend'. She was one of the finalists, and finished second after Catherine McNeil.
    After a short break from modeling work, she released her own capsule fashion line from the Australian fashion label Milk and Honey, in 2010. She also collaborated with street footwear brand, Gallaz, for a shoe collection.
    Since 2010, she has been the face of international beauty brand Maybelline. She later became the face of Urban Decay Cosmetics in March 2016 and the face of Swarovski 'Urban Fantasy' FW17 Collection in May 2017.
    In 2014, she designed and released ethical street-wears under the clothing range 'Faircloth Lane' in collaboration with her then partner Phoebe Dahl. She went on to feature on a number of leading magazines such as 'Vogue Australia', 'InStyle Magazine', 'Maxim' and 'New York's Inked Magazine'.
    Television Career
    In 2007, Ruby Rose decided to shift from modeling to television and participated in the national 'MTV VJ Search' along with 2000 other contestants. She was hired after the three-week program ended, and went on to host 'MTV Australia' till 2011.
    During 2009, she appeared as a guest in the TV series 'Talkin' 'Bout Your Generation', in which she represented Generation Y along with comedian Josh Thomas. The same year, she was a guest judge on the episode 'Media Virgins' of 'Australia's Next Top Model' and a correspondent for the live finale of the show.
    She was a co-host on the Australian television news talk show 'The 7pm Project' from 2009 to 2011, after which she left the program. She also hosted the Red Carpet event at 'MTV Australia Awards 2009'.
    In 2010, she was the host of the Australian version of 'Ultimate School Musical', which followed a group of teenagers from a school for six weeks as they attempted to produce professional quality music. That year, she became an official correspondent for Foxtel for the Vancouver Winter Olympics after hosting the Foxtel Mardi Gras for three years straight.
    She reportedly stayed unemployed for two years before bagging her breakthrough acting opportunity in the Netflix drama series 'Orange Is the New Black' in early 2015. Casting agent Jennifer Euston selected her for the recurring role of Stella Carlin, which she portrayed throughout season 3 and 4 of the show.
    In 2015, she appeared in the guest role of the service robot Wendy in the science fiction series 'Dark Matter' and co-hosted the 'MTV Europe Music Awards'.