Bianca Beauchamp

Early Life

Early life and education

Beauchamp was born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada to a French Canadian father and an Italian mother. She was named after Bianca Jagger. Growing up in the low-income neighbourhood, Beauchamp managed to pass the entrance exam for an exclusive private school.  After graduating high school, she began a course in French literature at CEGEP, hoping to become a high-school French teacher. After achieving her certificate, she began studying French at the Université du Québec à Montréal.

Beauchamp had met her future spouse, aspiring photographer Martin Perreault at the age of 17. Perreault convinced her to pose for photographs as his muse, and she began modelling for him. She bought her first latex dress at the age of 18.

In 1998, Beauchamp and Perreault founded the website Latex Lair. During a teaching internship at her old high-school, one of the staff discovered the website and advised her to shut it down (although at the time it contained no nudity), which she did. However she re-opened the site after completing the internship, prompting the university to threaten to fail her if it remained on-line during her remaining internships. Beauchamp realised her passion for modelling outweighed that for teaching, therefore she left university at the age of 23 to pursue her modelling career.

Modelling Career

Modelling career

Beauchamp was working at McDonald’s, a video store, a sex shop and as a strip-club waitress while establishing her career.  She soon appeared in photoshoots for Bizarre, Heavy Rubber, Marquis, Nightlife, Penthouse, Playboy, Skin Two, and Whiplash.

In January 2007, Beauchamp became the first model to appear on the front cover of Bizarre magazine six times, and later in the same year represented Hype Energy at the 2007 Canadian Formula 1 Grand Prix. Her photos have also been in several Playboy Special Editions and on the cover of Book of Lingerie Playboy Special Edition.  She has also been on the cover of Playboy’s Girls of Canada calendar twice. In partnership with her website and Ritual Entertainment, she portrayed the character Elexis Sinclaire for the video game SiN Episodes.

In January 2008, Beauchamp was named 31st in Askmen.com’s Top 99 Women of the Year, a popular “Hot List” for celebrities. The following year, she improved her ranking to 24th. In January 2009, she appeared on the cover of Bizarre magazine, her 9th cover for the UK magazine, confirming her lead as the model who appeared the most times on Bizarre. In 2014, the very last issue of Bizarre magazine was published, and featured Beauchamp on their cover for the 12th time.

Breast Surgery

Breast Surgery

Soon after deciding to focus on modelling, Beauchamp began a fitness regime in order to stay in shape. When this caused her breasts to sag, she made the decision to undergo breast augmentation surgery, increasing her cup size from a 32C to a 34D. After a year, finding the saline implants unsatisfactory, she underwent surgery a second time, getting slightly bigger silicone implants and increasing her cup size to 32DD. In 2009, Beauchamp went for an additional breast surgery, this time increasing the silicone implants to 800cc and her cup size 32FF. She dismisses criticism about the implants, deeming it hypocritical to applaud people for improving their intellects while condemning them for improving their bodies.

Books and Film

Books and Film

In 2006, Beauchamp released the self-published book Bianca Beauchamp – Fetish Sex Symbol which focuses on her modelling career as a latex fetish model. In 2007, she released her film Bianca Beauchamp: All Access, a reality-documentary directed and edited by her partner Martin Perreault. The 85 minute film was Premiered at Fantasia Film Festival in July 2007 and issued as a 2-disc Special Edition DVD in September 2007.  In August 2008, Beauchamp premiered Bianca Beauchamp All Access 2: Rubberised at the Montreal Fetish Weekend, with full red carpet treatment and a sold out theatre. The DVD was released the same day.  In 2014, she appeared along Daniel Baldwin, Ron Jeremy, Michael Madsen and Malcolm McDowell in the slasher film Lady Psycho Killer.  Between 2010 and 2015, Beauchamp released thirteen 74 page photo books in a series called BIANCA SESSIONS. She also released her own successful calendars for 2014, 2015, 2016.

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