Kara's modeling career includes print advertisements for AT&T, Fed Ex, Venus Swimwear, Body Wrappers dancewear, Disney, Suave, Swiffer, 24 Hour Fitness, Mitsubishi Motors, Lexus, Nesquik, Reebok, and Snickers.
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On TV, she has appeared in multiple shows as well including: E!
Patricia Kara (Greek: Panayiota Karamouzis-Παναγιώτα Καραμούζη; born February 25, 1972) is a model, actress, and TV personality.
She began her career in Chicago, before moving to Miami, New York City, and finally, her current home in Los Angeles, California. She was also a Spring Break VJ in Lake Havasu and Panama City Beach.
One of the most widely recognized Deal Or No Deal Models, Patricia Kara's exotic and sensual look comes from her Greek heritage.
But where is all really started for her was in Chicago where she studied dance at Colombia college.
From there, she traversed the country following work from Miami to New York to her current home in Los Angeles.
Patricia has seen some serious gigs in her day having appeared in print across wide variety of brands including: Body Wrappers, 24 Hour Fitness, Venus Swimwear, Disney, Reebok, Mitsubishi. Surf Open, TV Guide Channel for the Golden Globes, Las Vegas, All of Us, Beverly Hills 902010 and MAD TV When she is not working, Patricia spends time Mediterranean, soaking up the sun with her family and friends or enjoying Southern California's beaches, playing volleyball, rollerblading, and walking along the sandy shores.
Throughout her career, she has done segments for the TV Guide Channel's coverage of the Golden Globes, the Catherine Zeta-Jones benefit for the Motion Picture and Television Fund, and the E! She has also done Three to Tango, the NPPL Super 7 World Series Paintball Tournaments on PBTV, segments for TVG, and OLN's Wakeboarding Power Hour.
She also appeared in television commercials for Coors Light, Old Navy, Bally Total Fitness, Kohl's, Ericsson mobile phones, and most recently in spots for V8 and Edison Power.