Tanit Phoenix Sexy Photoshoot
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Tanit Phoenix (born 24 September 1980) is a South African fashion model and actress. She is best known for her swimwear and lingerie photo shoots after appearing in a Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue in 2003 and in GQ magazine and FHM in the same year.
Tanit Phoenix was born in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal and is of Dutch descent. She grew up speaking Afrikaans and was educated in English. She enrolled in ballet from the age of 5 and danced for 15 years.
Phoenix began her career in Durban, South Africa at the age of 14, after being discovered by a modelling scout in her home town, Westville.  She has appeared in international TV commercials for Adidas, Coca-cola, Volvic water, Aqua-mineral, Visine, Schweppes, American Swiss Jewellery, Citroen C3, Nivea, Alberto VO5, Aria, Transition Lenses, Volvic, Distractions lingerie campaign and Veet television commercials and campaign which she held for 5 years.
Phoenix appeared in the European TV ad for Fa shower gel, skydiving topless. She was then chosen to be a cover girl for German Maxim in 2004 after being named "Who's That Girl"" at the Woman of the Year German Maxim awards in 2003, and then appeared on the cover of American Maxim the year after. She was ranked #5 in the FHM 100 Sexiest Women in the World poll of South African FHM readers in 2004, #6 in 2005, #10 in 2006, #40 in 2007. In 2011 Phoenix won "IGN's Sexiest woman of the year". She was the most popular girl ever photographed for Babeology by IGN.
She has appeared on the cover of South African Cosmopolitan four times, South African and American FHM numerous times, Legacy, Indwe, South African Marie Claire, German and South African Shape and South African GQ magazines, and has frequently been shot for Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue. In May 2014 Tanit Phoenix appeared on the cover for Maxim South Africa.Source: Wikipedia