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Leah Marville (Leah Janine Marville) was born on 13 November, 1985 in Saint Michael, Barbados, is a Television producer, Model, Attorney-at-Law, TV Host, Actor, Business Woman.. At 35 years old, Leah Marville height is 5 ft 8 in (173.0 cm).

Now We discover Leah Marville's Biography, Age, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of net worth at the age of 35 years old?

Popular As Leah Janine Marville
Occupation Television producer, Model, Attorney-at-Law, TV Host, Actor, Business Woman.
Age 35 years old
Zodiac Sign Scorpio
Born 13 November 1985
Birthday 13 November
Birthplace Saint Michael, Barbados
Nationality Barbados

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She is currently single. She is not dating anyone. We don't have much information about She's past relationship and any previous engaged. According to our Database, She has no children.

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Leah Marville Net Worth

She net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Leah Marville worth at the age of 35 years old? Leah Marville’s income source is mostly from being a successful Television producer. She is from Barbados. We have estimated Leah Marville's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2020 $1 Million - $5 Million
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Source of Income Television producer

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Timeline

2011

In 2011, Marville signed on as the face and spokesmodel for the inaugural staging of Caribbean International Fashion Week.

In April 2011, Stephanie Chase-Yates, former Miss Barbados World 2001 and CEO of SFC International, handed over the Miss Barbados World franchise to Marville Management, which is owned and operated by Leah Marville. The new Miss Barbados World, 2011 competition was launched 1 July, at the Limegrove lifestyle centre.

2010

Her clients have included: Dunhill Cigarettes, American Swiss, and Nivea-Visage. Marville has participated in several Caribbean fashion weeks: Barbados Fashion Week, Style Week Jamaica, Saint Kitts fashion weekend, Guyana Fashion week, Dominicana Moda, and Fashion Week Trinidad and Tobago. On 24 October 2010, Marville was given the award for Top Caribbean Female model, at the Caribbean fashion awards. Her tenth anniversary She magazine cover, was also awarded best Caribbean magazine cover for 2010.

In 2010, Marville launched The Love Campaign School Tour, which delivered the message of healthy lifestyles to children at several secondary schools under the banner "respect yaself". The Love Campaign won second place at the 2009 Miss World "Beauty with a Purpose" competition. The campaign has earned Marville several local awards, including two national youth awards: the Bayan Award and the Humanitarian Award; and the Phenomenal Woman award presented by the Girlfriends Foundation in the category of philanthropy.

2009

Dubbed the ""Sexiest Woman Alive"" in 2009 by Global Beauties, Leah is a former host on Splash, a Caribbean lifestyle series on Black Entertainment Television (BET) sister network Centric.

In 2009, Marville produced her own lifestyle reality show, Passport 246 in partnership with Mykal Cushnie of DSE Media in Jamaica. In 2010 she launched the second season Passport246: Journey to Miss World. This series was later syndicated on Tempo Networks in July 2011 In 2010, she joined the cast of Splash!, with Tamara Ennis and Crystal Cunningham, on a lifestyle Caribbean show on Centric. In 2011, she was retained for the second season of Splash on Centric.

Leah Marville is a freelance journalist for The Daily Nation newspaper, The Barbados Advocate, and the Jamaican Gleaner Company newspaper. In June 2009, Marville secured an exclusive interview feature with Larry Nimmer, about his documentary, Michael Jackson: The Untold Story of Never Land. The interview later aired on Television Jamaica (TVJ) and on CBC TV 8 Barbados.

At Miss World 2009, Marville won the "Continental Queen of Beauty" award for being the highest placed Caribbean delegate. Her Love Campaign won second place for the Miss World Beauty with a Purpose fast track category. Marville also went on to win the Miss World "People's Choice" award. The Love Campaign was entered as Leah's "Beauty With A Purpose" project for the Miss Barbados World competition and received an award from the HIV Commission of Barbados and the HIV Food Bank.

Founded in March 2009, The Love Campaign, as conceived by Marville, aimed to regenerate a culture of giving and awareness in Barbados and to encourage people to abandon the HIV social stigma. The campaign slogan is: "Don't judge, just love: Abandon the stigma".

The Love Campaign partnered with Barbadian designer Toni Thorne in 2009, to launch the "Martha's Smile" campaign in Jamaica. Donations from the partnership went towards the rebuilding fund for Martha's Home, a hospice for abandoned children living with HIV/AIDS, after it had been destroyed by an electrical fire By October 2010, the campaign has raised more than US$70,000.

2008

Marville started modeling professionally in 2008 in Cape Town, South Africa for Base Model Management. She has appeared in several magazine publications such as Cosmopolitan Elle and Marie Claire and in 2009, after being titled the Sexiest Woman Alive, shot her first cover for SHE Caribbean and her second cover for ZING LIAT Magazine.

2007

Marville attended Erdiston Primary school and Queen's College. She went on to study law at the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill campus, Barbados. She received her Bachelor of Laws with honours in 2007. She completed her Legal Education Certificate at the Hugh Wooding Law School in Trinidad in August 2012. She has interned at a prominent entertainment law firm, Gordon-McGrath in Jamaica, and had oversight responsibilities for high-profile clients such as Beenie Man and family members of the late Reggae icon Bob Marley. Marville was also employed at the Jamaica Human Rights Council, where she was responsible for overseeing the human rights of death row inmates throughout prisons in Kingston, Jamaica.

Marville's humanitarian efforts began in 2007, when she hosted a charity walkathon dubbed "Fashion with a Mission". The charity benefited several children who had lost their families in accidents. The funds were donated to the Barbados Media Disaster Relief Fund. Through corporate and public donations, the fund went on to generate over five hundred thousand Barbadian dollars.

2006

Born and raised in Barbados, Marville started her international career after being spotted at Barbados Fashion Week (2006) by Dwight Peters. Marville was encouraged to participate in the Fashion Face of the Caribbean competition in Jamaica, where she came third. Recommended by international pageant scouts, Leah was flown to New York to develop her portfolio. She was first signed internationally to South African agency Base Model Management and German model agency East West Models. Leah is signed to RED model management in New York.

In 2006, Marville attended the BET Awards where she met with executive producers for the BET J Caribbean music show Wicked Style. In 2008, she secured a place on the show as a guest host, and by 2009 she was promoted to the main host and co-produced the Barbados and Jamaican episodes. Marville's interest in television production later led her to produce and direct Young Execs, a Barbadian Reality show modelled on The Apprentice, where CEO of South Central Entertainment (Barbados) Richard Haynes assumes the Donald Trump role.

1985

Leah Janine Marville (born 13 November 1985) is a Barbadian TV Host, model and beauty pageant titleholder who won Miss Barbados World 2009.