Born on August 15, 1986 in England, Maria Catherine Fowler is an English glamour model and Page 3 Girl. Her measurements are 34-24-35. She was raised in Derby, England. Maria attended Littleover Community School, and then studied Fine and Performing Arts at Burton College.
On her Twitter, she described herself as “Queen of the Talentless” in 2013.
Maria Fowler began her modeling career in 2006 after moving to London, where a talent agent scouted her. Shortly thereafter, she landed on the cover of Zoo Weekly. She also appeared in FHM, Nuts, Loaded, Front, Ice, Maxim, as well as many websites and calendars. She is topless in many of her photos.
Maria also made her Page 3 debut for the Daily Star and The Sun.
With her newfound fame, Maria Fowler took part in presenting on Sky TV, as well as speaking on the “Talk Sport” radio show, where she held forth on taboo topics and spoke openly about her own plastic surgery. (She had liposuction at the age of 25 on her back, armpits, stomach, thighs, and hips and under her buttocks. She tweeted, “Can’t wait till I get to do a photo-shoot with my new body!” Previously, Maria had breast enhancement to take her to a size 34E.)
Maria Fowler has started her own model management agency, and appeared on the hit UK show “The Only Way is Essex” from 2010-2011.
Maria Fowler is known as much for her scandals and rows with other UK celebrities (i.e. Katie Price) as much as she is for her curves.
In 2011, Maria was despondent to the point of considering suicide over claims that she worked as a high-class prostitute. Maria called the claims totally false and responded, “This has ruined my life – my whole world is a mess because of these evil claims. When I’m on my own I still get caught up in my own thoughts and think about killing myself. I’ve tried to distract from it and when I’m around people I’m OK – but it’s off and on to be honest” (dailymail.co.uk).
In 2012, Maria was involved in a racist scandal after she called “The X-Factor” runner-up Marcus Collins a “F**king queer c**t” at a party in Liverpool. In a separate incident, she caused offence by describing a mixed-race person as a “half-breed.” According the The Sun, she said, “How am I a racist? I banged a half-breed last week” (huffingtonpost.co.uk). Maria has since apologized and added, “This is a mistake I will definitely learn from. I am not perfect and we all make our mistakes.”
Maria Fowler lives in London, England.