Bárbara Evans is a young Brazilian model and actress well known for her participation in the sixth season of the Brazilian version of The Farm. She was catapulted for the first time in 2011 when she appeared as a cover of Playboy magazine. Subsequently, she began to impose herself as a prominent model in the world of glamor and landed a few mannequins concerts with Brazilian brands.
Bárbara Evans Clark
Anniversary / Date of birth
Barbara Evans was born on May 22, 1991 in Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
She is currently 27 years old.
Sign of the sun
His ancestry is American and Brazilian.
Evans briefly attended the Universidade Nutrition Anhembi Morumbi.
- Father – Jose Clark (business man)
- Mother – Monique Evans (model, actress, television personality)
- Brothers and sisters – Armando Aguinaga (brother)
Barbara Evans is currently in a relationship with Gustavo Theodoro.
Previously, she went out with Luan Santana, Neymar, Paolo Guerrero, Mateus Verdelho, Lucas Malvacini, Fernando Mesquita, Raphael Lacchine, Igor Vasconcellos and Kayky Brito.
- In feet – 5 feet 8 inches
- In centimeters – 173 cm
- In meters – 1.7 m
- In kilograms – 55 kg
- In pounds – 121 lbs
- Measurements – 35-24-36
- Chest – 35 inches
- Cut – 24 inches
- hip – 36 inches
- Bra size – 32D
Beginning of television
In 2012, Bárbara had his first appearance on television in the show "Amor & Sexo".
Best known for his appearance on television, The Brothers, A Fazenda and Amor & Sexo.
Evans has done some work for Le Chant, Fabiana Milazzo, Paris 6, Kesse, Lingerie Fruit, Colastrina, among others.
Bárbara Evans Favorites
His favorite things are unknown.
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Bárbara Evans Facts
She is a baby in a test tube.
In 2011, she appeared on the cover of Playboy magazine.
In 2013, she participated in the sixth season of the reality show A Fazenda and won the show thereafter. She won the $ 2 million cash prize and became the youngest woman winner of the reality show.
In 2017, she played the role of Livia in the miniseries "Dois Irmãos", based on the book of the same name, written by Milton Hatoum (2000).