Josie Maran Biography
Josie Maran is a model, actress, and entrepreneur from the United States who is known for her professional contract as a spokesmodel for Maybelline International, where she has appeared in numerous advertisements and commercials.
How old is Josie Maran? – Age
She is 42 years old as of 8 May 2020. She was born Johanna Selhorst “Josie” Maran in 1978 in Menlo Park, California, United States.
Josie Maran Family
Maran’s father is of Russian-Jewish ancestry and worked in green buildings. Her mother, Roberta, was an artist and interior decorator who suffered from chronic fatigue syndrome, which inspired the family to live a healthier lifestyle.
Josie Maran Husband
Maran and her ex-partner, Iranian-American photographer Ali Alborzi, have two daughters, Rumi Joon, born in 2006, and Indi Joon, born in 2012. On August 26, 2018, Maran married David Belle.
Josie Maran Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth of $10 Million.
Josie Maran Cosmetics
In June 2007, Maran launched her own natural cosmetics line, Josie Maran Cosmetics. The company’s slogan is “luxury with a conscience,” and the main ingredient in skincare and cosmetics is fair trade argan oil, which is grown and harvested by Moroccan women’s cooperatives. In addition to her business activities, she is dedicated to the preservation and improvement of nature and the environment.
Josie Maran The Gravedancers
She was cast as Kira Hayden in the 2006 American horror film The Gravedancers.
Sid, Kira, and Harris, former college friends, go out drinking after a funeral. Sid discovers a black envelope tucked behind a flower garland at the grave. It includes a poem urging those present to rejoice and dance on the graves. The three, in their drunken state, regard this as a celebration of life and dance. After that, strange things begin to happen.
A demonic force attacks Kira, Sid is plagued by unexpected fires, and Kira is murdered. The spiritual force in the house combines to form a demonic head. Allison and Harris return the skull to its corpse, and the wrathful spirits vanish.
Josie Maran Little Black Book
She appeared as Lulu Fritz in the 2004 American comedy-drama film Little Black Book.
Derek is a reluctant boyfriend who refuses to talk about his previous relationships. Stacy Holt is an associate producer on a talk show hosted by the domineering Kippie Kann. Under the guise of possibly inviting Derek’s ex-girlfriend Lulu back on the show, Stacy investigates Derek’s ex-girlfriend Lulu. Lulu informs Stacy that their relationship was purely sexual, and she only returned to him because she was bored with him. Stacy breaks up with Derek, admitting tearfully that she is not the right person for him. Before leaving the show, she encourages him to reconcile with Joyce. Stacy confronts Barb backstage, who tries to defend her actions and congratulates Stacy on the episode’s success.
Josie Maran The Aviator
She played the role of Thelma the Cigarette Girl in the 2004 American epic biographical drama film The Aviator.
Howard Hughes’ mother warns him about a recent cholera outbreak in Houston in 1914. In 1928, he begins directing Hell’s Angels. Hughes tests the H-1 Racer in 1935, setting a new speed record. Three years later, he breaks the world record for the fastest round-the-world flight in four days. Hughes contracts two projects with the Army Air Forces in the mid-1940s, one for a spy plane and the other for a troop transport unit for use in World War II. Hughes becomes increasingly paranoid as his OCD worsens. The FBI searches his home for evidence of war profiteering, searching his belongings and, to his horror, tracking dirt through his house. Hughes’ OCD symptoms worsen, and he retreats to a remote “germ-free zone” for three months. Hughes begins hallucinating men in germ-resistant suits after successfully flying the aircraft.
Josie Maran Movies
♦ 2006 – The Gravedancers
♦ 2005 – The Confession
♦ 2004 – Van Helsing
♦ 2004 – Little Black Book
♦ 2004 – The Aviator
♦ 2002 – The Mallory Effect
♦ 2002 – Swatters
Josie Maran TV Shows
♦ 2009 – America’s Next Top Model, Cycle
♦ 2007 – Jimmy Kimmel Live!
♦ 2007 – Dancing with the Stars
♦ 2005 – Jimmy Kimmel Live!
♦ 2004 – Jimmy Kimmel Live!
♦ 2004 – Van Helsing: Behind the Screams
♦ 2004 – The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn
♦ 2004 – Late Night with Conan O’Brien
♦ 2003 – Jimmy Kimmel Live!
♦ 2002 – The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn