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America's Next Top Model All-Star Winner and Forbes Inventor & CEO. This is her story.

Born and raised in Thousand Oaks & Los Angeles, CA, Lisa has been modeling and acting since the early age of 12, starring in commercials for GAP, H&M and Coca-Cola before America's Next Top Model Cycle 5.

During her Cycle on ANTM, she was coined as the "Wild Child," an image that was soon distorted drastically. Lisa has a similar story to many of the other selected 336 contestants nationally (alongside countless others from licensed international seasons across the globe that competed in the Next Top Model Franchise series, involving manipulation by their childhood trauma during filming).

Despite the consistent echo chamber of slander to her character, Lisa took full advantage of reality TV therapy shows like Celeb Rehab with Dr. Drew, knowing that she needed therapy from childhood trauma and for possible drug addiction prevention. Another story that was viciously spun due to therapy and drug stigmas.

But, switching gears is something Lisa is a pro at, and so she began focusing on her music, recording 3 albums and touring the USA with her album "LA Puchinetta.”

With Club's Top 20 Hit List "Trainwreck" and "Ace of Spades," the "Can't Touch It" electro-rap singer landed her song on the opening of the hit show "Entourage." Shortly after, ANTM came knocking at her door to compete in America's Next Top Model All-Stars.  She later won a "very controversial" finale against finalist Angelea Preston.

Lisa and her former husband Adam took to We Network's "Marriage Bootcamp Reality Stars" and soon after that appeared on Bravo's "Interior Therapy" with Jeff Lewis. Lisa and Adam have two beautiful boys Daxel, 10 and Venice, 7.

She has last been seen on NBC's Shark Tank as the inventor and CEO of Dare-U-Go! where Lisa landed a deal with Barbara Corcoran (read more HERE) as as well as Battle of the Bling showcasing the Hollywood Castle with Todrick Hall on HGTV.


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