Tuesday, May 10, 2011

The Passing Of A True Inspiration Mia Amber Davis

It sadden our hearts to here the news as Mia Amber Davis has passed away we personally send out our prayers to the Davis family and friends and know that our prayers are with you at this time.

She was a true inspiration to so many and much more than she was even aware of. She touched so many lives with her compassion towards others and her ability to change the atmosphere with just here mere presence. Mia Amber  gave so much back to her community by stepping out and speaking for those whose voices were silenced. Mia Amber Davis will always be remembered and never forgotten for her courage, being outspoken, kind hearted a loving daughter a wonderful wife and overall angel.

Mia Amber Davis, plus-sized model, size-positive blogger, and the underwear-clad full-figured seductress from Road Trip, has passed away.

Only a few hours later, notice of her passing was posted the Facebook page of Plus Model Magazine, where she was creative editor-at-large.

The message in full:
It is with great sorrow that we are confirming that our dear friend, and plus size model Mia Amber passed away just a short time ago. We do not have any details, please send your love and prayers to the family, mom and her husband. Her fan page is here Mia Amber Davis Fan Page. We are deeply saddened by this tragedy.

From Fox News.com
Road Trip” actress, television producer and plus size model Mia Amber Davis died Tuesday

following complications from a routine surgery on her knee, sources confirm to FOX411.

While an official cause of death has not been announced, Davis’ husband, comedian Michael

Yard, tells TMZ.com that the actress went in for surgery Monday to correct an old college 

basketball injury on her knee.  Davis spoke with her husband Tuesday from Los Angeles before 

complaining of dizziness. Hours later, Yard , who was in New York City where the couple lived, 

received a call from Davis’ cousin that she was dead.
I want to know what happened to my wife,” Yard told TMZ.

Below are some of her credits:
Miscellaneous Crew (2 titles)-2007
The Perfect Holiday (stand-in: Queen Latifah - uncredited)-2007
Life Support (TV movie) (stand-in: Queen Latifah - uncredited)
Hide Actress (2 titles)2003
Holla If I Kill You (video)
Rose (as Mia Davis)2000
Road Trip Rhonda
Mia Amber Davis for she has been selected to receive the 2011 Full Figured Fashion Week™ Plus Runway Model of the Year Award!

Below is her Bio:

Beginning her career as an intern then production assistant for several television shows, such as “Ricki Lake”, “Showtime at the Apollo,” “Def Comedy Jam”, “VH1 Hard Rock Live” and many others, Mia soon became a producer at the nationally syndicated “Ricki Lake Show”. Mia also went on to produce several pilots and produce a dating show, “Change of Heart.” Mia was the Senior Booking Producer for the Star Jones Show on Court TV as well as Sports and Pop Culture program, “With All Due Respect” starring NBA Legend, Sir Charles Barkley. She also had the opportunity to work with some of the Food Networks, fan favorites as a producer for, “The Next Food Network Star: After Party” and Mia is currently Supervising Producer of one of TV’s longest running courtroom dramas, “Divorce Court.”

While producing, an acting opportunity presented itself and Mia Amber burst onto the silver screen as “Rhonda” the full figured co-ed in the DreamWorks feature film “Road Trip”.

With the success of “Road Trip” Mia landed her first magazine cover (“Belle”) and Mia Amber realized that she wanted a coveted place in the world of plus sized modeling. Mia did her research, reinvented herself by losing 90 lbs., and was blessed with the opportunity to represent Ashley Stewart as a “Great Woman of Style.”

As a model Mia Amber has also worked with Just My Size, Richard Metzger, Monif C., Queen Latifah for Curvation, Abby Z., Lane Bryant and numerous others. As an Ashley Stewart campaign model Mia Amber was selected to be the face of The Butterfly Bra designed by another curvy triple threat, R&B superstar and actress, Jill Scott.

Mia has graced the covers and pages of numerous magazines and has appeared on countless television shows. The determined Mia went toe to toe with the infamous Janice Dickinson on Oxygen’s, The Janice Dickinson Modeling Agency as well as Anti-Fat Activist Meme Roth in a highly publicized segment of CNN’s Campbell Brown. That inaugural appearance on CNN has led to other appearances by Mia on the news network as the go-to pundit for size acceptance.

In 2008 she was appointed Creative Editor-at-Large for Plus Model Magazine.

Mia believes in stepping out on faith to realize her dreams and travels internationally as a speaker at seminars for aspiring models.

In an effort to help aspiring plus models make an impact on the industry, in 2009 Mia Amber began a career as a Style Consultant.

In February 2010 Mia Amber was honored to be the host of the inaugural, “Queens Fashion Week,” a role she cherished because it gave her the privilege of representing her hometown of Queens, NY.

2010 saw Mia victorious as she was handpicked from hundreds to appear with Kimora Lee Simmons as the only plus size model to shoot a campaign for Shinto, Kimora's new skin care line. Mia was elated to work with Simmons, a fashion icon.

Mia Amber began blogging (www.MiaAmber.WordPress.com) as a way to keep in touch with her fans and answer the multitude of questions asked of her daily by models and model citizens alike!

Currently, Mia Amber is represented by the Plus Division of MSA as well as the commercial division of Innovative Artists in New York.

We will miss you and will never forget you 


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