Lisa Ramos is an American model who first got her start on “America’s Next Top Model” before being eliminated just two episodes into the show. However, Lisa went on to work as a model for several brands. In addition, Lisa starred on MTV’s “Guy Code” and co-produced and starred in her own Univision show called “The Secret Life of Babes.”
Lisa published her first book in 2016 titled “Pizza & Chill? 😉 How to Kinda Sorta Date,” which talks about dating in the modern era and doles out advice.
Lisa Ramos was born January 29, 1990 in Queens, New York. Lisa has two siblings: a younger sister and an older sister. In college, Lisa studied health sciences.
As of September 2021, Lisa Ramos has more than 354,000 followers on Instagram, 23,000 followers on Facebook, 26,200 followers on TikTok and 129,100 followers on Twitter. Lisa does not have an official YouTube page, but she co-runs the channel “LISA and CAMILLE” which centers around their Pizza & Chill podcast.
Lisa first became popular as a model on season 13 of the CW’s hit show “America’s Next Top Model” in 2009. The young model was eliminated in just the second episode.
However, that wasn’t the end of the road for Lisa. Lisa later appeared on MTV’s “Guy Code” as an expert panelist from 2011 to 2012. Following her time on “Guy Code,” Lisa co-produced her own comedic web series called “The Secret Life of Babes.” The show premieres on Univision’s first bilingual network called The Flama. In the series, Lisa was the host of the show and narrated the show, aimed at Latin millennials.
In 2016, Lisa released her first book titled “Pizza & Chill? 😉 How to Kinda Sorta Date.” The model “explores the quirky bumps and awkward land mines associated with dating in the twenty-first century,” according to Amazon Books. The book answers fan questions, tells personal anecdotes, doles out advice and more. “Ramos connects the dots as she shares her laughable highs and lows of dating all in the hopes of helping you find true love… or at least go on a few memorable dates,” according to Amazon Books. You can purchase her book on Amazon.
Since leaving “America’s Next Top Model,” Ramos has continued modeling. She is represented by Elite Model Management Miami and Basic Model Management New York. She has done some test shots in addition to print work for a magazine. Ramos has been seen in Seventeen Magazine and modeled for Ideeli.com, Anjel’s Hair Salon, Capture and Create Magazine, Peony Red, Me & Thee, Spring/Summer 2010, W25 Magazine (June 2010) and Supermodels Unlimited.
In addition to her work on television, Lisa has garnered quite a following on social media.
Lisa has kept some of her personal life private. She has not revealed whether or not she is dating someone.
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