Former Model Lorraine Pascale was born to West Indian parents in England in 1972. At 18 months, she was adopted by a white family and raised in Oxfordshire. Pascale was scouted at the age of 16 by the same agent who launched fellow Brit Naomi Campbell’s career.
During her roughly 15-year career, Lorraine Pascale modeled for some of the biggest names in fashion, including Chanel, John Galliano, and Versace; she was also the first black model to appear on the cover of American Elle.
Today, Pascale is known by most as a master chef, through her various cooking series which have aired on BBC Two and The Food Network, as well as her line of cookbooks.
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