|June 25, 1990|
|Place of Birth|
Alice Taticchi (born 25 June 1990 in Perugia, Umbria, Italy) is an Italian fashion model, beauty pageant contestant, and the winner of the fourth cycle of Italia's Next Top Model.
Coming from an upper-middle-class family, Taticchi had been hoping to become a model since her teenage years. Therefore, despite her father's initial objections, she began to compete in beauty pageants in order to start a modelling career. She went on winning different pageants, and represented Italy at Miss World 2009. These successes helped her in gaining self-confidence and overcoming her shyness due to her height. Taticchi is also a former volleyball player and one of her hobbies is playing the piano.
Taticchi was noted since the beginning of the competition for being a disciplined contestant and a refined girl. When the viewers voted for their favourites among the semifinalists she was not among the original top 12 contestants but was given a wildcard by the judges to join as the 13th finalist. During the competition she was often reminded that, in order to improve as a model, she had to tone her body. However, her sophisticated manners, her humble and hard-working nature, her elegance in posing as well as her ability on the catwalk and her overall consistency always impressed the judges and earned her a spot in the finals and her eventual win.
|Height||6 ft 2 in / 187 cm|
|Shoe (Feet) Size||–|
|Race / ethnicity||White|