Since gracing the cover of Dolly magazine as the winner of its 1988 Covergirl search, Kate Fischer has gone on to enjoy a long and successful career as a supermodel, actor and TV presenter. Her successful international modelling career has seen her travel the world and appear on the covers of magazines including Vogue Australia,(four times), GQ, Black + White Mag, and many more. Not content with just modelling, Kate branched into acting and presenting appearing in a number of film and television roles.
Most recently Kate is back in Australia, having just completed filming the popular TV series Celebrity Overhaul and appearing as the face of AMP Capital Shopping Centres. Kate is also very popular with guest roles on cheeky panel shows. One of which recently was Beauty and the Beast broadcast on Foxtel late December 2005.
Kate Fischer has just been confirmed to be a reporter as part of the new line up for the Today show on Channel Nine. Kate will contribute a weekly segment that will be topical and reflects her own opinions on everything from the Dalai Lama and Tibet to boob jobs and body image. The segment will also run from LA for the months that Kate is living there, and will reflect events and issues happening in the US that are of interest to the Australian public.
Having practiced meditation for over a decade and gaining so much from the practice, Kate decided to teach and graduated from Rishikesh, India. Kate teaches meditation from LA, Sydney, or wherever she is in the world.
Kate Fischer recently completed the pilot for a TV doco-series about the effects of capitalism on women in 3rd world countries.
Kate Fischer travels from New South Wales Australia
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