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Biography for Misa CampoMisa Campo was born on Jan. 22, 1988 (28 years ago), in Montreal, Canada. When she was just two years old, Misa moved to California’s Newport Beach to live with her father. Surrounded by her relatives, Misa grew up in a safe and comfortable environment in which she was encouraged to pursue her dreams. Misa Campo remained exclusively within the sunny vistas of Newport Beach until she was 10, at which point she began to shuttle between California and Montreal (where she lived with her mom and two sisters).
Misa Campo kicks off her careerBy the time she was in her late teens, Misa Campo had moved permanently back to Montreal, where she managed to land a job as a bartender at the city’s exclusive Jet and System nightclubs. Misa’s bosses, impressed by her sunny personality and drop-dead gorgeous looks, encouraged her to give the world of modeling a shot, and specifically pointed her towards Montreal’s annual performance racing auto show Sport Compact Performance. There, Misa impressed both patrons and executives and eventually walked away with the title of Miss Rocawear for 2006 (10 years ago).
Misa Campo hits maximMisa’s burgeoning fame necessitated a move back to California, and it wasn’t long before she had managed to land a job as a bartender at a Los Angeles hot spot. She was also remaining active in the modeling scene, and, in addition to her duties as the face of Rocawear for Canada, Misan Campo soon became a regular fixture within the pages of such magazines as Version C Models Magazine, Uno magazine, and DragSport (for the latter, she was named Model of the Month in dec. of ’06). Misa’s big break came when she was featured as one of Maxim magazine (55 walls)’s “Show Us Something” girls in sep. of 2006 (10 years ago), and she was also named an IGN DVD (Digital Versatile Disc) Babe of the Day in 2007 (9 years ago).
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