WEBB, Veronica. American, b. 1965. Genres: Essays. Career: Fashion model, actor, and journalist. Paper magazine, NYC, contributing editor and columnist, 1989-; Interview magazine, contributing editor, 1990-; Revlon, NYC, spokesmodel, 1992-96; correspondent for Good Morning America and HBO's Entertainment News. Actor in feature films. Publications: Veronica Webb Sight: Adventures in the Big City, 1998. Contributor of essays and introductions to books. Contributor to periodicals. Address: Revlon Consumer Products Corp., 625 Madison Ave., New York, NY 10022, U.S.A.
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