International Jock Presents Model Tomas Skoloudik
Height: 6′ 1″ (185cm)
Waist: 31″ (79cm)
Suit Length: R
Up-and-coming male model Tomas Skoloudik already has been seen in far too many venues to mention in full, but they have included runway work for Gucci, an advertising campaign for “The Gap”, and appearances on the cover of Men’s Health and Style:Men. This is in addition to extensive appearances in print and television advertising in Asia in Tokyo, Hong Kong, Singapore and Kuala Lumpur.
Born in Pilsen in 1985 in the west Bohemian area of the Czech Republic, when he was 18 Tomas was encouraged by friends (who were obviously impressed with this young man’s stunning good looks) to spend a week at a modeling school. Afterwards, he travelled to Prague and was quickly signed by an agency. After working in the Czech Republic and Milan, he moved to New York last year and just settled into a new apartment in Hollywood, California last week.
During last week’s International Jock shoot, Tomas wore underwear and swimwear from DKNY, C-IN2, JM of Canada and Bjorn Borg. After the shoot, International Jock’s John Sievers had an opportunity to ask Tomas a few questions about himself:
What sports do you play?
My favorite sport is soccer, I played from ages 11 – 18. Now I play tennis whenever I can find the time.
What do you like to do for fun, in your spare time?
I love going to acting school. I play the guitar and write songs, enjoy movies, riding my bicycle and hiking.
What kind of clothes do you enjoy wearing?
My style is what I call “casual, but classy.” My favorite clothing store is Zara.
Boxers or briefs?
Definitely briefs, but I wear loose boxers to bed.
Favorite TV shows?
Friends and Family Guy
The desert island question: what three items would you take with you?
A GPS, my iPod and my guitar.
Are you a cat person or a dog person?
I prefer dogs.
Who is your hero?
Peter Doherty of “The Libertines”
How many times a week do you go to the gym?
Every day for about 40 minutes
Your Favorite Foods?
Chinese and Japanese. I love sushi.
Most models have a career that lasts just 10 or 15 years. What are you doing to prepare for your life after modeling?
I’m studying acting and business and economics and eventually hope to work in the business of show business. I’m also studying metaphysics – how the mind processes things – and believe that it will help me achieve success in the business world and also in my personal relationships.