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Crawford and the other four models subsequently appeared in the video for George Michael's hit "Freedom '90" later that year.
Subsequently, Crawford played the lost love of Jon Bon Jovi in the 1994 video for his version of "Please Come Home For Christmas", "John Taylor" in the 2011 video for Duran Duran's "Girl Panic" (featuring supermodels as the band, including Naomi Campbell as Simon Le Bon), and Headmistress in the 2015 video for Taylor Swift's "Bad Blood" as part of a cast including Jessica Alba (Domino), Selena Gomez (Arsyn), and fellow models Lily Aldridge, Cara Delevingne, Gigi Hadid, Martha Hunt and Karlie Kloss (as Frostbyte, Mother Chucker, Slay-Z, Homeslice and Knockout respectively).
She was repeatedly and frequently featured on the cover of many magazines, including Vogue, W, People, Harper's Bazaar, Elle, Cosmopolitan, and Allure.
A partial count in 1998 totalled over 500 appearances.
Her performance was panned by critics—Leonard Maltin commented "In her acting debut, supermodel Crawford makes a good jogger." The film was also a financial failure, with expenses of million and million takings at the box office.
In 2001, she costarred as part of an ensemble cast in The Simian Line.
Again the film was not successful or critically acclaimed, but Crawford's acting was not criticized.
She has had many lesser roles guest starring on TV and as supporting roles, often playing herself.
During the 1980s and 1990s, Crawford was among the most popular supermodels and a ubiquitous presence on magazine covers, runways, and in fashion campaigns.
However, the following year another store hired a number of high school girls, including Crawford, to work for them (including a fashion shoot).
In her junior year, local photographer Roger Legel, whose duties included photographing a different college girl to be that week's coed in the De Kalb Nite Weekly, asked to take her picture for the publication; the result was Crawford's first cover.
For example, in 2000, she was one of the celebrities (along with Victoria Silvstedt, Anna Falchi and Megan Gale) playing themselves in the Italian comedy Body Guards - Guardie del corpo.
In the 1990s, Carol Shaw, her make-up artist, named a lipstick color after Crawford as a part of the Lorac Cosmetics lip-wear line.