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Audrina Patridge

Audrina Cathleen Patridge (born May 9, 1985)[1] is an American reality television personality, actress, and model. She is known for being one of the four original primary cast members featured on the MTV reality series The Hills. She has also starred in the films Sorority Row and Into The Blue 2.

Audrina Patridge was born on May 9, 1985, in Los Angeles, California. She and her sister Casey grew up in an area called Downey and then moved to Hollywood. With aspirations of becoming an actress or model, Audrina Patridge got several small jobs, including appearing in the music video “Sirens on the 101” by Over It.

After moving to Los Angeles, she was hired for a job at Quixote Studios as a receptionist. In 2006, Audrina Patridge joined LC, Heidi Montag and Whitney Port on The Hills, which immediately became a hit. She was cast in the series as a friend of Conrad and Montag. In the second through fifth seasons of The Hills, she had been working for Epic Records.

In 2007, Audrina Patridge hosted various MTV segments in promotion of Legally Blonde: The Musical, which featured Laura Bell Bundy and Nikki Snelson. Then, the following year, she came in at No. 74 on Maxim magazine’s Hot 100 list.

In October 2010, Patridge announced that she will star in Audrina, an upcoming VH1 reality series following her life after The Hills. Audrina was on the cover of FHM in April 2010, she also ranked at #16 in FHM’s 100 Sexiest Women poll in 2010 and #27 this year.

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  1. @Steed2525 says:

    Thanks AMOG for the great group of pictures from when Audrina looked stunning and shapely. Fun to remember when she still looked that good. It's so sad she doesn't look anything like that anymore! She was awarded a slot on Fitness Magazine's 2010 Best Celebrity Bodies list. And then she promptly dismantled herself. Totally removed her cleavage and her adorable curvy shape went away with it. In 2011 Audrina is flat, saggy, and shapeless. She is in desparate need of a good padded push up bra, something she never required before this year.