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August 28, 1990
Dylan Trotzuk (m. 2017)
Jane Elizabeth Randall (born August 28, 1990) is a former fashion model from Baltimore, best known for her participation in the fifteenth cycle of America's Next Top Model where she tied for 3rd overall. She is now a New Jersey politics commentator.
Randall was born in Baltimore, Maryland to parents Bill and Carol Randall. She graduated from the all-girls Roland Park Country School in 2008. In 2013, she graduated from Princeton University with a degree in history. Prior to modeling, she was a goalie for Princeton's varsity lacrosse team The Tigers. She is 5'9" tall.
America's Next Top Model
In 2010, Randall appeared on the fifteenth cycle of America's Next Top Model against 13 other contestants. She was a sophomore at Princeton University and took time off to compete in the competition. Though she was not one of the show's early front runners, Randall was noted as having showed marked improvement towards the end of the competition. She eventually reached the final four with fellow contestants Ann Ward, Chelsey Hersley and Kayla Ferrel. Tyra Banks lauded Randall for her strong modeling potential, but noted that she had been forgettable for a large part of the competition. Randall was eventually eliminated in a joint 3rd/4th place with Ferrel.
Post show career
Following her appearance on America's Next Top Model, Randall was signed with IMG Models in New York City, London, and Paris. She was also signed to PARS Management in Germany. She subsequently appeared in a number of fashion magazines, including Vogue Italia, Elle Mexico, Women's Wear Daily, and New York Times Style Magazine. She was also featured in a spread on the Vogue Italia website. She is now a New Jersey politics commentator on the Jersey Report., a Jersey-based clone of the Drudge Report.
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