Richard Biedul Age Height Facts Fashion Campaigns

Richard Biedul model

Richard Biedul model

Birth Date

April 1, 1984


United Kingdom

Sun Sign


Natural hair color


Eye color



6 ft 2 in | 188 cm

Richard Biedul for Canali Spring Summer Campaign

Richard Biedul for Canali Spring Summer


38 in | 97 cm


Not available


31 in | 79 cm

Shoe size

11 US | 45 EU

Richard Biedul for La Perla Men's Loungewear

Richard Biedul for La Perla Men's Loungewear

Facts Age

Richard Biedul was born in London, England, on April 1, 1984, is an British male model. He was scouted by model scout, in East London pub.

Richard began his modeling career at the age of 27.

He made his runway debut for Oliver Spencer show in 2012.

Long time highly ranked on The Money Guys List, by

He worked as an entertainment lawyer in London for five years before modeling.


L'Officiel Hommes Paris, for Gentleman's Journal, Pen Magazine Japan, Reiss, Lui Italia Cover, L'Officiel Hommes Latvia Cover, GQ Spain, Vogue Ukraine, L'Officiel Hommes Switzerland, Untitled Magazine, GQ Italia, The Rake, WSJ.

Advertising campaigns

Drake's, CHESTER BARRIE, GQ x Harvey Nichols for GQ UK, Canali, Etro, La Perla, Richard James.

Fashion Shows

Walked runway for Brunello Cucinelli, Oliver Spencer, Joshua Kane, Etro, Thomas Pink, J. Crew, Polo Ralph Lauren, Billy Reid, Nick Graham, Dunhill, Stella Jean, Canali, La Perla, Billionaire, .


Represented by agencies New York IMG, Elite Milan, IMG London, Barcelona Sight Management Studio, Hamburg Core Artist Management, Elite Copenhagen.

Richard Biedul for Oliver Spencer Men's Show

Richard Biedul for Oliver Spencer Men's Show


Before the fashion industry I was working as a solicitor in the city of London. Three years of university, one year of post graduate professional studies and two years as a trainee, before a chance encounter with a model agent outside my office changed my life forever.

The funny thing about working in the creative industry is that no one day is ever the same. You never really know what you’ll be doing from day to day.

Style is subjective and as we all know rules are there to be broken. So as long as every man feels good in what they are wearing, I think we should be supportive of their fashion choices.