Tatiana Marinescu is an international model of Romanian origin.
Tatiana Marinescu was discovered in Bucharest, Romania by Doru Amariucai, who later introduced her to Liviu Ionescu, Owner and Manager of MRA Models, one of the famous modeling agencies in Romania. Her modeling career started when people started to see the resemblance between her and Angelina Jolie.  Tatiana Marinescu moved to Istanbul to pursue an acting career in 2011.
Tatiana Matrinescu advertised for well known brands such as Coca-Cola, L’Oreal, Pepsi, Danone, Chio Chips, Blade, Mudo, Gilette, Braun or Barracuda. She signed modeling contracts allover Europe and appeared in top international magazines including ELLE , Cosmopolitan, Esquire, Maxim or FHM.
Tatiana Marinescu featured in Stephan Pelger’s Autumn/Winter 2011-2012 Collection and Spring/Summer 2012 Collection presented at Berlin Fashion Week in January 2011, and she also walked down the catwalk for the designer’s Autumn/Winter 2012-2013 Collection, presented also at Berlin Fashion Week in January 2012 .
In February 2012, Tatiana Marinescu took part of a fashion show signed by the famous chocolate producer Lambertz – The “Lambertz Monday Night Chocolate and Fashion Show”. She was on the same stage with Baptiste Giabiconi, Karl Lagerfeld’s boyfriend and also the male image of famous brands such as Chanel and Fendi .
Tatiana also walked the catwalk in a wedding gown that featured a million original Swarovski crystals for a fashion event in Istanbul. The dress weighed 30 kg (66lb) and is said to cost around $270 000. .
Tatiana Marinescu is the image of Ariston S, a Bulgarian women fashion house. 
Tatiana is the only Romanian model to pose in a P.E.T.A. campaign promoting a vegan lifestyle. She is now an official activist for animal rights among other famous international models, and she was also nominated as The Sexiest Vegetarian Alive. In June of 2012, Tatiana Marinescu became the image for the Romanian Lifestyle portal for Women, Kudika. . As a first step in this long-term collaboration, a TV commercial for Kudika was shoot. The spot is broadcasted on LCD Screens and on various TV channels: TLC, KissTV, and Animal Planet, and also on outdoor panels.
Tatiana lives a private life. However, there have been rumors linking her romantically with Sinan Akcil . There were also rumors about a possible relationship between her and the footballer Bastian Schweinsteiger . Neither of these rumors was confirmed by the model. She also got into the public eye due to her voluptuous measurements, which have raised some discussions in the press as to whether or not she is suited to be a catwalk model.
A young woman in Turkey is said to have underwent plastic surgery to look like Tatiana Marinescu. .
- ↑ Tatiana Marinescu was discovered by Doru Amariucai. ReporterVirtual.ro (19-08-2011). Retrieved on 2012-06-05.
- ↑ Tatiana Marinescu resembles Angelina Jolie. Uups.ro (08-02-2010). Retrieved on 2012-06-05.
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 Stephan Pelger Collection. libertatea.ro (24-01-2011). Retrieved on 2012-06-06.
- ↑ Tatiana for Barracuda. publiweb.com (21-02-2010). Retrieved on 2012-06-26.
- ↑ Tatiana wears 66 lb wedding gown. geniusbeauty.com (19-10-2011). Retrieved on 2012-06-26.
- ↑ Tatiana Marinescu for Ariston S. bulgariantextile.com (08-06-2012). Retrieved on 2012-06-05.
- ↑ First romanian model to pose for P.E.T.A.. acasatv.ro (09-07-2011). Retrieved on 2011-10-06.
- ↑ Nominated as The Sexiest Vegetarian Alive. time4news.ro (19-08-2011). Retrieved on 2011-06-10.
- ↑ Kudika’s new image. kudika.ro (17-05-2012). Retrieved on 2012-06-22.
- ↑ Jolidon featuring Tatiana Marinescu. realitatea.net (09-05-2012). Retrieved on 2012-06-22.
- ↑ Romanian singer Smiley and Tatiana. replicaonline.ro (10-06-2011). Retrieved on 2012-06-22.
- ↑ Tatiana and Sinan Akcil in video. realitatea.net (20-12-2011). Retrieved on 2012-06-26.
- ↑ Rumors about relationship. tv.gsp.ro (09-08-2011). Retrieved on 2012-06-21.
- ↑ Fan undergoes plastic surgery (12-12-2011). Retrieved on 2012-06-26.
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