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Banks 'insinuated Mary was accidentally conceived, made fun of [her mother's] performance and ridiculed [her mother's song] in front of Mary, all in font of active cameras that were filming Mary,' reads the complaint.The model is accused of 'physically manipulating' the minor 'Mary' as well when she shook one of her shoulders and pulled her hair back claims the complaint, which describes the child as being 'nervous' and 'fearful' of Banks. Banks attended John Burroughs Middle School and graduated in 1991 from Immaculate Heart High School in Los Angeles. While growing up, Banks states she was teased for her appearance and considered an “ugly duckling”; when Banks was 11 years old she grew three inches and lost 30 pounds in three months. A genealogical DNA test on America’s Next Top Model revealed Banks is of African, British and Native American ancestry. When Banks was 15 years old, she started modeling while attending school in Los Angeles. She was rejected by four modeling agencies before she was signed by L. Models and then switched to Elite Model Management at age 16. When she got the opportunity to model in Europe, she moved to Milan. In her first runway season, she was booked in 25 shows at the 1991 Paris Fashion Week. Banks has appeared in editorials for American, Italian, French, and Spanish Vogue, American, French, German, and Spanish Elle, American, German, and Malaysian Harper’s Bazaar, V, W, and Vanity Fair. She would later appear on the covers of magazines such as Elle, Harper’s Bazaar, American, Italian, German, British, Turkish, French and Spanish Vogue, Cosmopolitan, Seventeen, and Teen Vogue. She has walked the runways for Chanel, Oscar de la Renta, Yves Saint Laurent, Anna Sui, Christian Dior, Donna Karan, Calvin Klein, Perry Ellis, Marc Jacobs, Givenchy, Herve Leger, Valentino, Fendi, Isaac Mizrahi, Giorgio Armani, Sonia Rykiel, Michael Kors and others. She has appeared in advertising campaigns for Yves Saint Laurent, Dolce & Gabbana, Escada, Tommy Hilfiger, Ralph Lauren, Halston, H&M, XOXO, Swatch, Victoria’s Secret, Got Milk? In the mid-1990s, Banks returned to America to do more commercial modeling. Banks was the first African-American woman on the covers of GQ and the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue. In 1997, she received the VH1 award for “Supermodel of the Year”. That same year, she became the first-ever African American chosen for the cover of Victoria’s Secret catalog. She was a Victoria’s Secret Angel from 1997 to 2005. In 2010, Banks re-signed with her former modeling agency IMG Models. Banks is now a contributor of the Vogue Italia website. She has since started focusing on her film career and hosting her own TV show. Banks’ television career began on the fourth season of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, in which she played lead character Will Smith’s old friend Jackie Ames. On May 30, 2014, Disney–ABC Domestic Television announced their plans to develop a lifestyle syndicated talk show, with Banks serving as executive producer and host, to debut sometime in 2015. Banks’ first big screen role came in 1994, when she co-starred in the drama Higher Learning. She then co-starred with Lindsay Lohan in the Disney film Life-Size, playing a doll named Eve who comes to life.
The episode was dedicated to dating violence in response to the assault of Rihanna by Chris Brown. Banks began dating Norwegian photographer Erik Asla in 2013. On January 27, 2016, a son, York Banks-Asla, was born via surrogacy. In 2011, Banks enrolled in the nine-week Owner/President Management Program (OPM) at Harvard Business School. She has also established the Tyra Banks Scholarship, a fund aimed at providing African-American girls the opportunity to attend her alma mater, Immaculate Heart High School. She announced in May 2010 that she would be writing a novel, titled Modelland, loosely based on her own modelling experience.
Banks completed the Executive Education Training Program in February 2012, earning a certificate. She has come under criticism for implying she is a Harvard graduate. Jenna Sauers, writing for Jezebel referred to her statements on Harvard as “disingenuous”, and called upon her to “stop lying” about Harvard. As of 2012, Harvard professor Rohit Deshpande was preparing a case study on Banks’ company, Bankable Productions, for use in future coursework in the OPM program. Banks established the TZONE program, which aimed at leadership and life skills development. In 2005, TZONE transformed from a camp into a public charity, the Tyra Banks TZONE. Banks has appeared in several music videos, including Michael Jackson’s “Black or White”, Mobb Deep’s “Trife Life”, Tina Turner’s “Love Thing”, George Michael’s “Too Funky” (with models Linda Evangelista, Estelle Lefébure, Emma Sjoberg and Nadja Auermann) and Lionel Richie’s “Don’t Wanna Lose You”. In 2004, she recorded her first single, “Shake Ya Body”, which had a music video featuring contestants from cycle 2 of America’s Next Top Model. Published in September 2011, it is the first of a planned three-part series.
Tyra talked to each guest on stage and reviewed their questions and answers to show how children can be exposed to stereotypes regarding race at a young age and what can be done about it. 1 February 2006Three girls are helped by Tyra to get over their past experiences.
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She was a guest star on Glee as Bichette in Movin' Out, the sixth episode of Season Five. She is the daughter of Caroline London; now London-Johnson a NASA photographer, and Donald Banks, a computer consultant. In 1979, when Banks was 6 years old, her parents divorced.