Suzanne Mizzi

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About Suzanne Mizzi

Suzanne Mizzi (1 December 1967 – 22 May 2011) was a glamour model, singer, interior designer, and artist. She made regular appearances as a Page Three girl in the British newspaper The Sun during the 1980s and 1990s, before going on to have a career as a catwalk model, as well as being involved in film and music. In her later years, she developed a career as an interior designer and abstract artist. Mizzi was born on the Mediterranean island of Malta and grew up in London. After leaving school at 15, Mizzi opened a clothes shop in Bethnal Green, London, where she was discovered by a photographer while working. She made her Page Three debut in 1984 aged 17 and immediately endeared herself to the public, although it took her parents a while to become comfortable with her career choice. In the first six months of her modelling career, Mizzi shot 26 calendars and was in high demand for personal appearances. Her success was helped by Page 3 photographer Beverley Goodway, whose pictures helped to establish her career. She could command fees of over £1,000 for a personal appearance. In 1988, she quit glamour modeling and made the crossover into catwalk modelling, succeeding where many of

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