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Audrina Patridge Height 5' 7" Born May 9 1985
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Audrina Patridge: Audrina Cathleen Patridge (born May 9, 1985) is an American reality television star, best known as one of the core cast members, along with Lauren Conrad, Heidi Montag and Whitney Port, on the MTV reality show The Hills. She has been featured on seasons one, two, and three of the series. Patridge aspires to be a model and actress.
Audrina Patridge was Lauren Conrad and Heidi Montag's first friend upon their 2005 arrival in Los Angeles. She lived in the same apartment complex as the girls.
At that time (and throughout season one of The Hills) Patridge worked as a receptionist at Quixote Studios (a photo studio) in Los Angeles. She briefly dated Brian Drolet, a supporting cast-member on The Hills.
In 2006, prior to filming the second season of The Hills, Patridge began a new job at Epic Records. Patridge moved in with Conrad in the spring of 2007, taking over Montag's role on The Hills as best friend and roommate to Conrad.
In January 2007, Patridge was one of the nominated candidates running for "Hollywood Prom Queen." She won the title and was crowned at the Hollywood Prom 2007 (presented by Hollywood Covered magazine).
Patridge will return for season three of The Hills, which is set to debut on MTV in the summer of 2007. And yes she DID POSE NUDE! 3-28-2008 Audrina Patridge does Pussycat Dolls, What next? Now on Dancing with the Stars Season 11 2010
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