Mylla Christie

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Mylla Christie Vitta Sartori (born June 10, 1971 in São Paulo) is a Brazilian actress, model, singer, television presenter and businesswoman.

Born to a middle-class family in São Paulo, her father Odair Gorga was a theater director and her mother Joyce Helena Vitta, a surgical instrumentator. She has a brother named Juliano Gorga.

Christie is trained in classical ballet, modern and tap dancing. At age 10, she was champion of Olympic gymnastics in São Paulo by the Clube Pinheiros. She made her television debut in 1979 at the Roberto Carlos Especial playing the Boy, while the singer played the role of Charlie Chaplin (Carlitos).

As a model, she has appeared in Capricho magazine, and on the cover of Boa Forma, Manequim and Criativa, among others, she has made numerous publicity campaigns, such as Philco Hitachi, Pepsi, Colgate, C&A, Goodyear, Molico, Carefree, Ryder and Soap Lux. At the age of 15, she worked and lived in Japan.

She was on the cover of the men's magazines Interview in September 1995 and Playboy in november 1997.

She returned to Brazil and became a television presenter of the Zaap program, Rede Record, and between June 1993 and March 1994, the Clube da Criança, the extinct Rede Manchete, and as a singer recorded a disc.

This page was last edited on 18 May 2018, at 17:24 (UTC).
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