Sofia Milos Christine Adams – Topless – SUPERMODEL
The Artist Examined: Sofia Milos By Emily Nimptsch
Photography by Jonas Mohr/JME
Actress Sofia Milos is probably best known for her role on the mega-hit television show, “CSI: Miami” as homicide investigator, Yelina Salas. Milos also played mafia boss, Annalisa Zucca on “The Sopranos”. The television veteran opens up to Supermodel Magazine about her transition to producing, her early days as a model, and her love of fashion design and traveling.
Besides your international acting career you are now also producing some of your own projects. Tell us about that?
I love what I do, I love performing, but I am seeing that I also enjoy the different aspects and advantages of producing. I’m definitely considering the saying “If you want to get it done, do it yourself’. So I’m producing a television show with director and producer, Fred Fontana and producer, Eddie Barbini and our terrific writer, Laurence Frank. We already have interest from a great executive producer and we are waiting on some network response. It’s a great show based on a real story and a real person in Chicago. It is a wonderful character for me to play. The show is smart, edgy, sexy, and legal. It’s appropriatley called CONTEMPT. We are also working on another project together. And I have couple films I am attached to but they are not quite ready to
I finally learned you cannot just work on one thing at a time, especially in this industry of make believe. Nothing is real until the contracts are signed, and you hear “Action!” and suddenly you are a star. In reality it takes years of work. For someone like me who loves accountability, and stability around me, so I can be creative, this is quite the career I choose and a living Paradox. You need to be a little crazy … But I love what I do and I am truly blessed for the opportunity that I can perform and that I have a great audience and fanbase. It’s very humbling.
Awkward Duckling To Swann Model Christine Adams AKA IDiivil
My name is Christine, model name IDiivil, and I am a full time professional who has been seriously pursuing the industry since mid 2012. As a child, I grew up between a very small town in Ohio and Tokyo, Japan. My mother is a first generation immigrant from Japan (which is why I have such an Asian look to my appearance!), so we went overseas to see her family often. The traveling stuck with me. I love seeing the world, and my passion for it is explored to this day through my modeling. I have worked in many of the states and various countries. The opportunities I came by granted me several publications, both locally and internationally. It’s all very exciting! Otherwise, I am a huge gamer. That’s right, I’m a total nerd. I play several titles on my custom built PC. I’m still a very social person in spite of my love of technology, however, and I am often out and about with friends or family. Before and After In Her Words
by Christine Adams AKA IDiivil
The most frequent question posed to me is, “Why did you become a model?” Up until now, my answer was simple: I began modeling because I wanted a portrait for my Dungeons and Dragons board game character. While that statement works, it leaves a lot to be desired. With the entire internet full of pictures, what was it that inspired me to actually create that image?
… before I can answer that question, you need to learn of my beginnings
When I was thirteen or so, I had to wear glasses, I struggled with acne, my eyebrows remained unplucked, and I didn’t know how to do my makeup or hair. Like all teenagers, I wasn’t the prettiest thing in the world. On top of that, however, I was a complete geek. I enjoyed playing video games, collecting trading cards, and talking about the latest book I had read. I liked anime, being best friends with all my teachers, and dancing even when there was no music. To this day, I’m proud of myself for maintaining my beat to my own drum, but as a teen girl wanting to find her place in the world, I most certainly wasn’t immune to the judgment that came of my independence. I struggled with sleepless nights imagining what it would be like to fit in and be popular. I dreamt of everyone remembering my birthday and cute boys wanting to hold my hand at movie theaters. I was independent and tough, but I was also lonely. I never desired to abandon my geekdom, but at the same time, I wanted to be elegant, socialized, and charismatic. This ugly duckling wanted to become a swan, and when I was struggling to find a piece of artwork to match my mental image of what my character looked like, it struck me –
All things grow from the foundations they are built upon, and what better way for this young adult to be the epitome of her self and her blossoming femininity than to model her own art for her game? Though the decision took a lot of determination and research, I was able to settle on a few snapshots and a website for model photography. A single click sent me to the registration form. The prompt read, “Choose your usemame.”
“IDiivil,” i wrote, … and it has continued since.