got in a car with someone in Paris. I thought it was a guy from my agency there to pick me up because he had a card with my name on it when I got off the plane. But then when I asked him questions, I realized he didn't know anything. I guess someone had seen me getting on the plane and he turned up there. I waited until a stoplight and then jumped out of the car. When I saw that Liam Neeson movie [Taken] about a kidnap, I thought, 'God, that could have been me'."
For the big stars, the industry today may be easier to navigate since the forays the supermodels made in the '80s and '90s, but Crawford and her peers were fortunate. Firstly, the body pressures were different then. You had to look fantastic, toned and trim, of course, but the ideal was a healthier, curvier shape than now, the average size six compared to today's size zeros. Crawford's body was lean, but it was powerful and very, very sexy; the kind of physique adored equally by both genders. And, of course, they had