Throwback Thursday: Melyssa Ford Splits the July/August 2004 Issue of KING Magazine
As we look into the past today, we set our sights on model and actress Melyssa Ford. She’s one of the best things to come from the Great White North.
Her nickname is “Jessica Rabbit” and it’s not difficult to see why, given her jaw-droppingly curvaceous figure. She stands at 5’4″ and rocks 34D-20-38 measurements, which is enough to get any cartoon rabbit running into walls (as well as plenty of actual, human males).
Melyssa Ford comes to us from Toronto, making her a bonafide Canadian hottie. Not only is she a talented model and a gorgeous woman, but she’s also pretty intelligent, having studied forensic psychology at York University. This means she’s got both beauty, brains and talent, which is just the combination we like in our women.
Her claim to fame is appearing in music videos, which started in 1997 with the music video for “The Thing to Do” by Glenn Lewis. She’s starred in over a dozen other music videos, including “You Don’t Know My Name” by Alicia Keys and “Big Pimpin’” by Jay-Z featuring UGK.
Most recently, she’s had a host of television and film roles. She appeared on Soul Food, Entourage and The Game on TV, while appearing on the big screen in movies like Think Like a Man. Most notably these days, she’s the star of Blood, Sweat & Heels on Bravo.