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Kayden Boche

Kayden Boche Biography
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Full nameKayden Boche
BirthdateJune 3, 1985
Age37 years old
Occupation Actor, film director, model and composer
Height6' 1" (1.85 m)
Zodiac signGemini

Kayden Boche Biography

Kayden Boche (June 3, 1985) was born in Brest, France. French actor, model, film director and composer, recognized for participating in the advertising campaigns of Christian Dior’s Dior Addict Be Iconic and Eau Délice perfumes alongside Daphne Groeneveld. He studied Marketing and Communications in France and later trained as a music producer and film director.

He debuted as a model in 2005, after being discovered by renowned French photographer Fred Goudon. He has worked with famous photographers such as François Rousseau and Tim Walker. He ventured into the world of music in 2010, working with artists such as Jérémy Amelin, Jessica Lowndes, and Davi Shane. Boche has been a model for Dior, Prada, Alexis Mabille, and Kenzo, among others.

Early life

Born and educated in Brest; Boche lost his mother at an early age, as she died on February 24, 1994, three weeks after giving birth to the model’s younger sister. The loss of his mother completely affected the child’s life, who in the following years experienced physical and emotional abuse. In 1999, he was placed in a foster family with whom he lived for several years and trained academically. He finished high school in 2004 and began his career as an international model a year later, being discovered by professional photographer Fred Goudon, who is known for his calendars and photos of muscular and attractive men belonging to various fields of work (firefighters, farmers, soccer players, rugby, etc).


After starting his career as a model, Boche continued his academic training studying Marketing and Communications in his native country. Later, he deepened the knowledge acquired during his modeling work, learning about film and music production, as well as photography and composition.

Boche began his modeling career in 2005 after renowned photographer Fred Goudon discovered and photographed him. Years later, he signed a contract with Request Model Management in New York and later with Elite Model Management in Milan. Under these agencies, he obtained important contracts for events, advertising campaigns, Fashion Magazines, and parades. He was photographed by renowned photographers such as François Rousseau, Tim Walker, Olivier Rieu, Matthieu Dortomb, Sam Scott Schiavo, Joe Laï, Michael Baumgarten, Marc Hervouet Quentin Caffier, Julien Cozzolino, and Bruna Kazinoti, among others. He has posed for major fashion magazines such as Vogue, Spray Magazine, and Jalouse Magazine; in the latter, renowned artists such as Billie Eilish and Offset and models Cara Delevingne, Miranda Kerr, and Lily-Rose Depp, daughter of Johnny Depp, have posed.

Acting debut

In 2008, he made his acting debut playing a small role in the French series Sous le Soleil (1996-2008). Two years later he worked as a writer, director, and editor for the music video Oh, Oh! by the French singer Jérémy Amelin with Angelika and later wrote and directed the song Sandcastle by Davi Shane (2012). After working for several years as a music producer and director, Boche rose to fame by appearing as a model in the advertising campaign for Christian Dior’s Dior Addict “Be Iconic” perfume alongside Dutch supermodel Daphne Groeneveld. A year later he returned to work with Daphne Groeneveld in the Dior Addict advertising campaign “Eau Délice”, winning over thousands of viewers with his talent and charisma.

In the following years, he continued to work as a model for renowned photographers and fashion magazines. In 2016, he directed and edited the short Rise & Shine starring Bérangère Griscelli and two years later he directed and starred in the short Oblivion (2018). In recent years he has walked for famous designers such as Prada, Dior, Smalto, Kenzo, and Alexis Mabille. He is currently working as an executive producer for TLDR News UK and is recording his own show called What the Kay, which is expected to air later this year.



Ines Rau

Ines-Loan Rau, from Instagram

Biography of Ines Rau

Ines Rau (March 18, 1990). French transgender model. She was the first transgender model to appear on the cover of Playboy, posing as the November 2017 Playmate of the Month. In 2018, she released her autobiography, “Woman.”

Ines Rau

Rau was born in Paris, the daughter of Algerian and Moroccan French parents. Assigned as male at birth, she later decided to transition and undergo gender reassignment surgery at the age of 16, with the support of her parents. She was inspired by the life story of English transgender model Caroline Cossey. In the following years, she lived as a woman, but did not reveal her transgender identity until the age of 24.


photo taken from @supa_ines

After turning 18, Rau began dancing for DJs in Ibiza, where she became friends with David Guetta. Shortly after declaring herself transgender in 2013, at the age of 24, she posed naked for the first time with Tyson Beckford for a feature in OOB, a luxurious French magazine. Then, in May 2014, she appeared in Playboy’s “A-Z” issue, in a feature called “Evolution” that aimed to represent gender identities beyond the male-female binary. Rau became the second transgender woman to appear in Playboy, after Caroline Cossey in 1981, and the first to come out as transgender voluntarily.

Later, Rau worked as a model for the brands Nicole Miller, Barneys New York, and Alexis Bittar. She also appeared in Vogue Italia, in a campaign for Balmain, and on the reportage programs Quotidien and C à vous.

Playmate of the Month

In October 2017, Cooper Hefner, the son of the founder of Playboy, announced that Rau would appear as the “Playmate of the Month” on the cover of the November/December 2017 issue. She became the first openly transgender woman to be featured in this way.


In 2019, she made her television acting debut playing the role of Marcia in “Vernon Subutex.” Two years later, in 2021, she made a cameo in Joanna Hogg’s “The Souvenir: Part II,” starring Tilda Swinton. She also played Victore in “Emily in Paris” (2021) on Netflix.


After coming out as transgender, Rau became more active in campaigns for transgender rights. Her activism has since extended to women’s rights, concern for the rights and education of disadvantaged children, and environmental preservation. She has participated in campaigns in Amazonian indigenous territories.

“The world is not only all the negativity the mainstream medias like to broadcast it .

It is indeed a world full filled of love , of compassion , a world of creativity and solidarity in survival;

A world of wonder and great beauty;

A world of hope , a world of peace , a world of magic.

We should always see this side before any others”. Ines Rau.

Relationship with Mbappé

In September 2022, there were rumors linking Rau romantically with PSG footballer Kylian Mbappé. The two were captured at several events, such as the Cannes Film Festival and on the footballer’s yacht in an intimate setting.

Interesting facts about Ines Rau

  • She practices yoga.
  • She is interested in astrology and intimate contact with nature and spirituality.
  • She is concerned about the damage caused to the environment.
  • Her Instagram posts often refer to the need for mental peace, harmony, and humility.
  • In 2015, she was in a relationship with model and actor Staiv Gentis.
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Gal Gadot

Gal Gadot biography
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Gal Gadot biography

Gal Gadot (April 30, 1985) actress and model. She was born in the area of ​​Rosh Ha’ayin, Israel. Her father, Michael Gadot, worked as an engineer and her mother, Irit Weiss, as a gym teacher, both share Jewish beliefs. Her maternal grandparents have a great history behind them as they were survivors of the Nazi Holocaust. From her childhood, she studied ballet. She studied Biology at the University; at that time she played basketball, due to her height. She retired from the University to join, at the age of 20 years, the Israel Defense Forces, where she served two years of military service. When she left, she entered law school at the Reichman Law School, at the Interdisciplinary Center in Herzliya, but she did not finish this career either.

Gal Gadot, taking advantage of her harmonious and belligerent body and after the constant insistence of her mother, represented her city and then her country, getting the title of Miss Israel in 2004. From there, she undertook for the Miss Universe contest that same year. Although it was not among the 15 finalists, it did not really happen because she proposed it, Gal did not feel according to this style and did not want to assume this responsibility either. So, she did what was necessary to not advance in the contest, she pretended not to speak English and, in addition, she dressed in a disheveled way in important situations.

After this, she participated in the photo shoot of Maxim magazine, entitled Women of the Israeli Army published in 2007. Her records were so good that she appeared on the cover of the New York Post. Castro, one of the most important textile brands in Israel, offered a contract to Gal to be the model of the company.

The following year, Gal Gadot married the owner of a large Israeli real estate, Yaron Varsano, held a beautiful wedding on September 28, 2008. The young woman had the lead role where she played Miriam Elkayam in the television drama Bubot. Her career took off from that moment, she was recognized worldwide for her role as Gisele in the famous action saga Fast & Furious, saga commercialized by Universal Pictures, it is a decalogy started in 2001; followed by nine results. She participated in the production of the year 2009, two years later appeared again in Fast & Furious 5.

She also acted in single chapters of the television series Entourage (2009) and The beautiful life (2009). She made a secondary role in films, such as Noche Loca (2010) and Día y Noche, released the same year. In 2011 he would participate in the saga Fast & Furious 5 specifically in (2011). In addition, she was seen in the series Asfur and Kathmandu the two issued in 2012. During the course of 2011, her first daughter, Alma, was born.

She would again give life to Gisele in Fast & Furious 6 and Fast & Furious 7, although in this series her scene was omitted in studio production. The maximum moment of her career as an actress came when she announced at the end of 2013 that the Israeli would be responsible for playing the Wonder Woman in the DC film universe. First, she did it in Batman vs Superman: The Dawn of Justice (2016), and then in Wonder Woman (2017). This tape occupied most of her time, so she had to abandon the remake of Ben-Hur.

She participated, simultaneously in small roles, such as Triple 9, Criminal and the spy comedy, The appearances deceive (2016). The actress has not left aside her role as a model, even is still the image of the brand of Israel, Castro, and the cosmetic products Vine Vera. In short, she posed for the magazine Maxim and the New York Post, to refer some of them.

In April 2012, Shalom Life magazine ranked Gal Gadot at number 5 on its list, called The 50 most talented, intelligent, funny, and gorgeous Jewish women in the world. In 2015, her popularity made her preferred to be the new face of the brand of Bamboo perfumes, the renowned Gucci.

Her second daughter Maya was born in March 2017. Years ago the couple had decided to sell their luxury hotel in the Neve Tzedek district of Tel Aviv for the sum of 26 million dollars, to undertake another type of business. On October 9, 2017, was in the mouth of many journalists, after starring in a lesbian kiss, which was not in the script, with comedian Kate McKinnon, in the spoof of Wonder Woman, broadcast on the Saturday Night Live show. The young woman does not feel ashamed for it, she takes homosexuality as a normal act, her thoughts are very liberal.

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