Izabella Anna Mikołajczak (born January 21, 1981), better known asIzabella Miko, is a Polish-born actress, dancer and environmentalist. She can currently be seen as Raia on NBC's The Cape. Although she is great in the show, it is in danger of not surviving much longer on the air.
In her role as a sexy acrobat Izabella has long cascades of buttery blonde tightly curled tresses. She wears her curly hairstyle cascading off from a deep side part. Her curly hairstyle gives her a dramatic look for her role flying in the air at the Big Top.
The big question is whether Izabella is wearing a curly wig or had curly extensions applied. Why? Her natural hair appears to be medium length and bone straight.
How did Izabella suddenly go from a straight chin length bob hairstyle to below-the-shoulder curls? Obvioulsy Izabella is wearing a tightly curled wig, extensions, clips-ins or had her hair tightly curled for the part. It's a great look for her.
The beautiful actress was born in Lodz, Poland the daughter of actors Grazyna Dylag and Aleksander Mikolajczak. She grew up in Warsaw where she studied to be a ballerina. An American choreographer invited her to study in New York City on a scholoraship and she there with her mother on her 15th birthday.
Her American film debut was in Coyote Ugly in 2000. She appeared in three episodes of HBO's award winning Deadwood and in The Killers' music video for Mr. Brightside. In 2010 Miko appeared in the big-budget remake of Clash of the Titans as Athena.
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