Carly Foulkes was born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on 4th August 1988. Carly is referred to conversationally as The T-Mobile Girl, a Canadian model and on-screen character, known for showing up in a progression of T-Mobile myTouch 4G TV advertisements, in which she regularly donned pink/red and-white summer dresses.
Foulkes proceeded as representative in other T-Mobile promotions in which she was delineated as a pink-and-dark cowhide clad young biker lady. She filled in as the T-Mobile representative principally from fall 2010 until spring 2013, with infrequent appearances from that point forward.
|Birth Date||4th August 1988|
|Birth Place||Toronto, Ontario, Canada|
|Profession||Model, TV Commercial Actress|
|Marital Status||Not Married|
|Height||5 feet 9 inch|
Carly Foulkes Early Life
Carly Foulkes was conceived on August 4, 1988, to British guardians in Canada. She is a local of Toronto, Ontario. She is of Canadian nationality and is of British-white ethnicity.
Carly burned through the majority of her initial days in the place where she grew up in Toronto alongside her family. Carly has two sisters namely Kimmy Foulkes and Angie Foulkes with whom she used to spend her summers in England. She is an alum of Loretto Abbey Catholic Secondary School.
Carly Foulkes Career
Carly Foulkes started demonstrating situated in Toronto at 13 years old. In the wake of moving on from secondary school, she moved to New York City to display for different operators. Around that time Foulkes marked demonstrating gets that expected her to make a trip to Singapore and Europe.
Carly Foulkes has presented for various top brands including Rugby, Ralph Lauren, Abercrombie and Fitch, Macy’s and Tommy Hilfiger. She is likewise spoken to by Sutherland models and Model-week.
In the wake of coming back from her displaying treks to New York, Carly Foulkes began in acting. Los Angeles Times contrasted her looks with that of famous American on-screen character Anne Hathaway.
Subsequent to battling for quite a long while as a yearning model/performing artist, Foulkes turned into the T-Mobile 4G representative in fall 2010, regardless of not utilizing the typical American English pronunciation[clarification needed of “portable” in her late spring 2009 tryout, but instead articulating the word as rhyming with “grin”, an acknowledged elocution increasingly normal in Canadian English.
Her publicizing effort was at first noted for similitudes to the 2006– 2010 Justin Long/John Hodgman “Get a Mac” advertisements.
Foulkes criticizes the iPhone 4 and its select supplier at the time, AT&T, a similar way the Apple Inc. disparaged Windows-based PCs. As a T-Mobile representative, her most prompt forerunner was Catherine Zeta-Jones. Her T-Mobile USA advertisements kept running on major United States systems and numerous sites.
Even though Foulkes was initially just expected to perform in a few plugs, as of December 2011, she has delivered twelve ads with progressively foreseen.
Foulkes has been portrayed as a “completely flawless brunette”. Since turning into the T-Mobile young lady, she is known for the pink summer dresses that she wears in the vast majority of the promotions. She has been styled by Debra LeClair, a beautician at T-Mobile.
In August 2011, Sprint Nextel’s Virgin Mobile prepaid administration alluded to T-Mobile and Foulkes with cartoon promotions including a brunette in a pink dress.
Two months sooner, Cricket Wireless utilized negative assault showcasing against T-Mobile without alluding to Foulkes. Although dresses in the prior advertisements were much of the time portrayed as pink, later ads are noted for the utilization of red dresses. T-versatile has a shading trademark for the shading maroon and markets itself utilizing its corporate hues.
One of her progressively eminent advertisements was a 2011 Christmas season generation. On November 30, 2011, T-portable reported an unexpected occasion at the Woodfield Mall.
On December 1, 2011, veteran Glee chief Alfonso Gomez-Rejon coordinated around six shock singing and moving shopping center exhibitions of “Home for the Holidays” by Foulkes and 100 Chicago-zone ladies in fuchsia dresses. The exhibitions were later altered into a music video with the expectation that it would turn into a web sensation.
The full video was posted on YouTube with a run time of 3:48, and it was exhibited in a 60-second national TV plug beginning on December 12, 2011. The video was delivered by Ridley and Tony Scott’s RSA Films. The melodic chief was Paul Mirkovich.
On April 17, 2012, T-Mobile propelled a rebranded promotion battle that included communicate and satellite TV, Hulu, YouTube, and portable, just as print.
In the invigorated advertisement crusade Foulkes featured in a business, entitled “Change Ego“, in which she disposes of her standard pink dresses and high heels for a dark and-pink biker outfit and boots before setting out on a cruiser ride.
The plugs are seen as a takeoff from past female-accommodating Foulkes ads. The business was intended to keep running until Fall 2012 when the total relaunch of the T-Mobile advertisement battle was to have been booked. In reporting the advertisement to the media, T-Mobile stated:
With this new promotion, there is a particular takeoff from our current battle as Carly’s fuchsia summer dresses are supplanted by bike calfskins and a 1000 cc Ducati superbike, which symbolizes the speed and capacities of our 4G organize.
Entitled ‘Adjust Ego‘, the promotion is an analogy for what T-Mobile is about testing the present state of affairs and making strong strides in the commercial center as a challenger brand.
Highlights and Achievements
In March 2013, Foulkes was depicted as “a standout amongst the most unmistakable brand representatives” by Business Insider writer Laura Stampler even in the wake of changing over from a pink dress closet to a trouble maker/biker chick picture.
Later that spring, when T-Mobile arranged for its April rollout of the iPhone 5, it chose a publicizing effort without Foulkes, finishing her more than multi-year residency as representative.
Foulkes’ last new and was presented on YouTube on February 25, 2013. The new promotion crusade highlighted Cowboys. T-Mobile appeared its new promotion battle on March 26, 2013, without Foulkes. The organization has said that the ‘T-Mobile Girl‘ character has been sidelined until further notice.
However, this is accepted to be a lasting publicizing change. An official T-Mobile articulation stated: “This crusade speaks to another heading for the brand – offering customers a basic decision. In that capacity, the present crusade won’t highlight the character of the T-Mobile Girl, yet she is as yet a piece of the organization’s image family.”
Toward the beginning of July 2013, Foulkes came back to take part in T-Mobile press events. In the meantime, she tweeted a six-second Vine video implying that she would restore the advertisement battle.
In September, Foulkes showed up in a T-Mobile open administration declaration concerning messaging and driving. On October 10, 2013, T-Mobile reported that they had marked a multi-year contract with Shakira as a corporate representative.
Foulkes would not be a piece of the battle, however, stayed under contract with T-Mobile and ambiguously visited later on plans.
Carly Foulkes Relationship
Carly is Single as of now.
Carly Foulkes Net Worth
The net worth of Carly is $3 million.
Social Media Profile
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