Irina Voronina Playlist

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Parallel Radio Interview :

Can you tell us a bit about you?

I am a model turned actress and a stand up comedian!

I love to make people laugh.

How would you describe yourself?

I am a very optimistic creative individual who loves to put a

smile on people’s faces.

What other career could we imagine for you?

I love being behind the camera too. I would love to direct a film some day.

What Music means to you?

I think music amplifies my emotions, makes me get in touch with my feelings, and feel even more alive.

Favorite project you worked on?

There are so many !

Definitely a feature film Scramble that I helped producing. It is out in the US already on iTunes and Amazon, and hopefully gets released in Europe soon!

Your worst nightmare? Most beautiful dream?

Worst nightmare? To loose my phone lol

Beautiful dream? To win a lottery!

Incoming news?

I just launched my very own app, where I live stream, post never seen before photos,  videos and behind the scenes footage.

It is available for iPhone and Android, download here: https://www.escapex.com/app/irinavoronina

What were you doing Saturday night?

I was most likely on stage doing stand up at a comedy club.

What do you have in your pockets right now?

Nothing at all. I usually wear skinny jeans and it’s uncomfortable to have anything in the pockets.

…A last word in french for our french readers? 

Cherchez la femme, my friends!

 

About Irina Voronina :

Born in a small town in Russia, Irina Voronina dreamed of becoming a model. However she was always told “No” by the Russian modeling scouts, at the age of 19 she was considered to be “too old” to start a modeling career. She would not take no for an answer, and at the age of 20 she moved to Milan, Italy, to make her dreams come true. She was immediately signed by a big agency, and was instantly booking print jobs and TV commercials in Italy and the rest of Europe. As her international modeling career began to skyrocket, Irina made her way to the US, where she was introduced to Playboy Studio West in Los Angeles CA.

It took no time at all for the Russian beauty to become Playboy’s Miss January 2001, and Irina permanently relocated to LA to take her career to the next level. She signed with Wilhelmina LA, which offered her the opportunity to work with world-famous photographers such as Teri Richardson, Mathew Rolston, Antoine Verglas, David LaChapelle and many others. She’s an advertisers dream, known for her gorgeous smile, charm and on-set professionalism. Irina represented many international brands including SKYY Vodka, Miller Lite, Michelob Ultra, Bacardi, Sisley & Detour to name a few. She has millions of visual impressions around the globe via the covers and pages of worldwide magazines; FHM, Maxim, Playboy (in 20 countries), Max (Italy), Ocean, Shape, 944, Knockout, Q (UK), People (Australia), and most recently Kandy, Rukus, Vape and Browz magazines.

In 2008 Irina was named St. Pauli Girl spokes model and completed a 12-month PR tour across America. She became the first ever St Pauli Girl to ring the NYSE closing bell representing Constellation Brands. The St. Pauli Girl experience served as valuable media training for Irina, and she began accepting hosting engagements. From 2011-2012 Irina was the main host for Playboy Radio’s weekly show “Playmate Club,” and has interviewed hundreds of celebrities live on air. In 2013 Irina Voronina was named Kandy Magazine’s Model of the Year as a result of her fans downloading the highest number of digital issues that year.

She is also a 3 times Kandy magazine cover girl.

In 2001 Irina’s first agent told her that she will never be able to be an actress because of her accent. And again, she would not take no for an answer. Irina worked very hard on eliminating her accents, and took classes at the best acting schools.

She got her first big screen break in “Reno 911!: The movie”  as the funny foreign girl. Since then she appeared on many feature films, including “Balls of Fury”, “Piranha 3DD”, “Lazer Team”, “Killing Hasselhoff”, an indie film “Scramble” to be released in December of 2017, which she also co-produced. Irina’s television credits include; a series regular role in the fully improvised sitcom “Svetlana” for HD Net, the first ever live action show on Adult Swim Network “Saul of the Mole Men,” guest star appearances on Nickelodeon’s “iCarly,”  “Tosh.0”, “Reno 911!” to name a few. In 2018 we anticipate seeing Irina co-star in the new TV Series “Barry” (HBO) and “13 Reason Why” (Netflix).

In 2015 Irina Voronina took stage as a stand up comedian. Even though English is her second language, she pushes an envelope with her unapologetic and straightforward sense of humor.

Irina takes you on a journey from her life back in USSR to gracing on the pages of Playboy magazine. Irina has performed at the Comedy Store (LA), Flappers (Burbank), Improv (Ontario), and many other comedy clubs in the LA area.

Irina also produces her own bi-monthly all girl stand –up comedy show “Comedy Stew” at Bar Lubitsch in West Hollywood.

In 2016-2017 Irina was contracted to a live streaming app Busker, where she broadcasted 62 episodes of a weekly cooking show “Cook With Irina”.

Irina loves connecting with her fans and stays active daily across all social media platforms with 4+ million followers. Irina is gladly collaborates with the brands, and is able to create quality sponsored content from beautiful imagery to infomercials and comedy sketches. She is always happy to support various charities with personal appearances and through her social media reach.

Irina remains actively involved with Playboy Enterprises and is proud to represent the brand via appearances in the iconic bunny costume. She is commonly spotted at key red carpet, social, fashion and entertainment events in support of her fellow Playmates causes, and the brand that helped launch her career.

Website: www.irinavoronina.net

Official App: https://www.escapex.com/app/irinavoronina

Instagram: @IrinaVoronina

Facebook.com/IrinaVoroninafanPage

Twitter: @IrinaVoronina

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