Vaughn Lowery

Vaughn Lowery is an actor, entertainer, and model who was born in Detroit, Michigan. He graduated from Cornell University with a bachelor's degree in Industrial & Labor Relations, finishing the program in three years. He is best known as the Joe Boxer spokesperson, as well as appearing on Scrubs (playing Tracy) and America's Next Top Model. He is the grandson of Joseph Lowery, retired president and co-founder, with Martin Luther King Jr., of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference.[1] He was named one of "17 Hot Guys" by Seventeen magazine.[1]

Vaughn Lowery
Alma materCornell University
OccupationFilm, television actor, model

Community serviceEdit

Vaughn has lent his name and support to organizations such as: Women at Risk; HRC (Human Rights Commission); March of Dimes; Heart of Los Angeles Youth; and schools and advocacy across the nation.[1]

Film, print, and televisionEdit

Vaughn was named "17 Hot Guys" by Seventeen magazine, a U.S. young women's magazine targeted at the teenage demographic.

ABC News' Primetime aired a story chronicling his life and connection with Kmart/Joe Boxer. Vaughn also has filmed a Super Bowl commercial; completed a high-profile Dasani billboard ad campaign; starred in the films Seneca by Rikki Jarrett and The Young and Evil (2009 Official Selection of the Sundance Film Festival) by Julian Breece; appeared on America's Next Top Model; and guest-starred on the sitcom Scrubs. During the time he was filmed on Top Model, he kissed Cycle 6 contestant Nnenna Agba, a famous moment of Top Model.

Vaughn has modeled for GAP, Fila, Target, Old Navy, Dasani water, Skechers, and Ecko Unltd., while also working as a runway model for Tommy Hilfiger, Phat Farm, and Karl Kani. He has also been featured in FHM (SA) magazine, URB magazine, and Glamour.[1]

Vaughn is a member of Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity and President of 360 Magazine - an edgy fashion + lifestyle + culture publication based Downtown LA.


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