Maria Whittaker

Maria Whittaker
Maria Whittaker (born October 7, 1969) in Hounslow, West London is a former glamour model and Page three girl. Making her debut as a Page three girl, in British newspaper The Sun in 1985, Maria soon became one of the most popular models to appear in the feature and was named "Page 3 Girl Of The Year" in 1989.

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Birthday
1969-07-10
Nickname
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Birthname
Maria Whittaker
Sign
Cancer
Hometown
Hounslow London England.
Country
United Kingdom
Ethnicity
White
Height
5'5"
Weight
5
Job
Model TV Personality Pop Singer
Hobbies
Shopping Fashion Being A Mom Relaxing Riding
Assets
Brunette Beauty With Natural 36DD Large Boobs
Vices
Playing Poker
Tattoos
Yes
Piercings
Yes
Hair
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Eyes
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Breast
36
Waist
26"
Hips
35"
Dress
1
Legs
1"
Shoes
2

Maria Whittaker (born October 7, 1969) in Hounslow, West London is a former glamour model and Page three girl.

Making her debut as a Page three girl, in British newspaper The Sun in 1985, Maria soon became one of the most popular models to appear in the feature and was named "Page 3 Girl Of The Year" in 1989. Her younger sister, Lisa, also appeared on page three with her during the height of her career.

In 1987, she appeared on the cover of Palace Software's computer game, Barbarian, along with Michael Van Wijk (aka 'Wolf') from the Gladiators television show. However, only Michael Van Wijk appeared on the cover of Barbarian 2 in 1988. In an interview, Palace Software stated that should Barbarian 3 have been released, they would have used model Debee Ashby for reasons that were not given.

Maria was also the star of Maria Whittaker's X-Mas Strip Poker, a computer game released in 1988 for the Commodore 64 and 128.

Before breaking into modelling, Maria appeared as a Hill's Angel in two episodes of the The Benny Hill Show (1983). In 1986, she appeared in the movie version of Whoops Apocalypse. She made her second screen appearance in the film Tank Malling in 1989.

Maria was also a singer with the band The Rhythm Zone, and in 1990, she turned her back on modelling to make an attempt at a music career, with a solo single called "Stop Right Now", which unceremoniously flopped. She soon returned to modelling, doing nude pictorials for Mayfair magazine.

Maria is married to rapper Rebel MC Michael West with two children. She also has an older brother David who is an accountant in London's financial district.

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