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Andrej Pejic
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    (August 28, 1991- )
    Born in Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Born to a Serbian mother and a Croatian father
    Emigrated to Australia when he was eight
    Discovered working at a Melbourne McDonald's at age 16 and signed a contract with Storm Model Management
    Androgynous male model works in both male and female fashion shows
    Ranked #98 for FHM's 100 Sexiest Women of 2011
    For those who care, his chest size is 36 inches and his waist 30 inches (no word on the bottom third measurement).
    Opting for an androgynous look at age 14, he stated, 'My look is very personal to me. When I started experimenting, it was a personal decision because I was unhappy. It wasn't something I did for attention.'
    He caused a bit of a brouhaha when he strutted his stuff for a Jean Paul Gaultier fashion show in Paris in a see-through wedding dress (January 2011).
    When he was featured on the cover of Dossier Journal in May 2011, he was pictured taking off his shirt, causing bookstores Barnes & Noble and Borders to see fit to cover his image in an opaque sleeve.
    With his 2011 listing in FHM magazine's 100 Sexiest Women, controversy erupted on the website, not because of his gender but the accompanying article listed him as a 'thing,' raising transphobic issues.
    His parents divorced shortly after he was born.
    When the Bosnian War broke out, he and his family fled to a refugee camp near Belgrade, Serbia, where they lived until 1999, then moved to Australia.
    It took him less than a year to learn English.
    Jean-Paul Gaultier likes him so much he's had him model in both his male and female fashion shows.
    In September 2011 he ranked #18 on the Top 50 Male Models list.
    When asked if he prefers men's or women's clothing, he stated, 'I’m comfortable doing both, although womenswear is more glamorous. The clothes are more exciting. In menswear I have to work more at having a masculine presence. But then that’s my job.'

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