Natalie Ann Pack was born om March 30, 1989, in Palos Verdes, California, and is an American fashion model who held the title of Miss California USA 2012. She is also known for competing on America's Next Top Model, Cycle 12.
Early life[edit | edit source]
Pack was born and raised in Palos Verdes, California. She currently lives in Newport Beach, California and attends the University of California, Irvine, where she is on the Dean's List. Pack is interning at Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian and hopes to go to medical school to become an OBGYN.
In 2005 appeared in The Dog Whisperer show 2nd season, episode 8.
America's Next Top Model[edit | edit source]
At the age of 19, Pack was selected as a finalist for cycle 12 of America's Next Top Model. During her time in the competition, she won a runway challenge and had two second callouts. She also did not receive a makeover because host Tyra Banks believed she looked modelesque as she was, a first in the history of the competition.
Pack was the eighth contestant eliminated from the competition and the first to be eliminated abroad in Sao Paulo, Brazil after a photo shoot where the contestants emulated the late Carmen Miranda. Judges J. Alexander and Fernanda Motta believed that she looked "exhausted" and that "the sparkle was missing" in Pack's photo, despite Pack's insistence that Jay Manuel was complimentary of her photos.
After Top Model[edit | edit source]
Following her elimination from America's Next Top Model, Pack signed to Ford Models in Los Angeles and is currently signed with NEXT Model Management in Miami. She has modeled for Jockey International and BL!SSS magazine. She has also walked for Billabong and Dona Daneshi.
Miss California USA[edit | edit source]
Pack participated in the Miss California USA pageant as "Miss Hoag Hospital", where she was interning while attending University of California, Irvine. Despite never having participated in any previous beauty pageants, Pack won the title. She competed in the Miss USA 2012 competition on June 3, 2012 in Las Vegas, Nevada, and failed to place, ending California's seven-year streak of consecutive placements in Miss USA, from 2005 through 2011.