|Date of Birth
||23 January 1971
|Place of Birth
||Welwyn Garden City, England, UK
Lisa Snowdon was born in 1971 in Welwyn Garden City, England. The eldest of three sisters, she moved to London where she worked briefly as a waitress. A graduate of the Italia Conti School of Performing Arts, Lisa was spotted by a model agency at age 19 while in a London nightclub. Since then, she has appeared in fashion publications such as Vogue, Marie Claire and Cosmopolitan, as well as numerous men's magazines including Maxim, FHM, Esquire, and GQ. Lisa's also starred in television commercials for Special K, Lynx Deodorant, and Faberge's "Addiction," among others. Her move into the entertainment industry began with a role in Man's Best Friend, a short film produced by Channel 4, which led to Lisa's hosting of MTV UK's Select and the late-night show LA Pool Party. In 2002, her career as a television host received a major boost with appearances on BBC's "Top of the Pops" (1964), ITV's Lynx Extended Play, and "Rock the House" (2002) on VH1.