Mark Vanderloo model
April 24, 1968
6 ft 2 in | 188 cm
40 in | 101 cm
36 in | 92 cm
32 in | 82 cm
11 US | 44 EU
Mark Vanderloo was born in Waddinxveen, Netherlands, on April 24, 1968, is an Dutch male model. He was discovered at the age of 22, signed by Wilhelmina.
He was one of the first men to appear on the cover of Marie Claire and on VH1’s.
Long time highly ranked on Top Icons Men and Supers Men List by models.com.
Mark's hobbies are playing poker, making barbecues and driving good cars.
Speaks five languages.
He is left handed.
Vanderloo dated model Carolyn Murphy.
Featured in music video for Fergie "Just Like You" (2017).
Commander Shepard, the main character from Mass Effect video game, was based on Mark Vanderloo.
He is in a relationship with Dutch actress and model Robine van der Meer, they have two children.
He was married to Spanish model Esther Cañadas (1999-2000).
He has apartments in New York City and Paris.
He made his big screen debut in comedy drama film Celebrity (1998) in role as Friend of Supermodel.
Derek Zoolander University (1997) short film in role as Himself
The Tale of a Fairy (2011) short film directed by Karl Lagerfeld
Double Dutchess: Seeing Double (2017) music film in role as Man
Javier ya no vive solo (2002) in episode "Chicas guerreras", in role as Sofia's ex-boyfriend
Details Magazine, Numero Homme China, L'Officiel Hommes Korea, Vogue Italia, Marie Claire, GQ China, Vogue Netherlands Man, W Magazine, GQ Style Germany, El Pais Icon Magazine, GQ Italia, Forbes Magazine, Men's Health Spain, Zeit Magazine.
El Palacio de Hierro, Mango, Calvin Klein, American Crew, Calzedonia Men, Hugo Boss, H&M, Cesare Paciotti, DKNY, Tiffany & Co., Guess, Dior Homme, Emporio Armani, Mango.
Walked runway for Pal Zileri, Trussardi, amfAR, Roberto Verino, Nicole Farhi, DKNY, Calvin Klein, Valentino, Banana Republic, Donna Karan, Trussardi, Sies Marjan, Dior Homme.
Represented by agencies New York SAM Worldwide, Elite Milan, Barcelona Sight Management Studio, Los Angeles Two Management.
I like to open new paths for myself.
I am happy doing what I do, and, as long as I keep enjoying it, I intend to stick to it.
I never saw myself as a point of reference; I don’t think about it. I did things from the heart; it’s the others who insist in labelling you.
Of course I feel flattered when you state that I am an ‘Icon’ in fashion with the longest career, but I don’t see it that way.
I have never imagined myself working in fashion this long. My goal was to do it for a couple of years and then comfortably slide into something else.