Esti Ginzburg is an Israeli fashion model. She famously appeared in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue in 2009, 2010, and 2011. She also appeared briefly as a fairy in the 2013 comedy "Movie 43."
Esti Ginzburg was born on March 6, 1990 in Tel Aviv, Israel. The daughter of architect Arik Ginzburg, she comes from a long line of men in the field of architecture, with her grandfather even being involved in the planning and construction of Zahala, Tel Aviv, Israel.
Esti's modeling career is certainly nothing to frown upon. While most famous for her photos in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue from 2009 to 2011, she got her start in modeling much earlier than that. In fact, she appeared in a milk ad when she was just 8 years old. By the time she was 14, she had already been signed to Elite Model Management. And that was merely the beginning.
In 2006, Esti signed a two-year deal with Israeli firm Fox, replacing their previous four-year cover girl Yael Bar Zohar. She then went on to be featured on the cover of the February/March issue of French Elle the following year. She has since been repped by modeling agencies such as IMG Models, Model Mangement, and No Toys Model Agency.
While a very successful model, Esti couldn't stop there. In 2010, she was granted her first feature film role in director Joel Schumacher's "Twelve." She followed that up in 2013 by appearing as a fairy in the gross-out comedy "Movie 43."
In her spare time, Esti likes to give back to the community, doing volunteer work for children with cancer. She often visits Israeli hospitals and even organizes charity events for the Hayim Association. Of course, when she needs to actually relax, she enjoys baking, reading, the beach, and watching movies.