The Silicon Valley-based recent divorcee and his new lady love have been spotted spending time together around the San Francisco Bay Area, dining at restaurants including South Of Market and the exclusive members-only The Battery social club. Tyra Banks - pictured in LA on Tuesday - is reportedly dating Iranian billionaire businessman Shervin Pishevar, who is the Strategic Advisor and Board Observer at Uber Technologies A man of means: The recent divorcee has been spotted wooing his lady love around his hometown of San Francisco with dinner dates at restaurants including South Of Market and the exclusive members-only The Battery social club The couple no doubt bonded over their business acumen, with 40-year-old Tyra herself being a successful businesswoman, with the America's Next Top Model franchise and Fierce Capital investment firm to her name.
Banks began acting on television in 1993 on The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, and made her film debut in Higher Learning in 1995.
She had major roles such as Eve in Disney Channel's Life-Size and Zoe in the box office hit Coyote Ugly.
Love, Ty Ty' I have to pay homage to the supermodel that inspired me to chop my hair.
Cut whatever it is out of your life so you can fly. I've said, "Adios, boo" to the catwalk and now I mentor others (on Top Model and off) to work the runway but I still feel like a new woman after cutting my hair.
can exclusively reveal that the supermodel/reality TV host is dating fashion and fine art photographer Erik Asla.
The “America’s Next Top Model” creator shared a personal photo of herself and her beau with on Wednesday.
Not being afraid to say GOODBYE, SAYONARA, ADIOS, to things (like modeling careers) because there can be so many better things on the horizon (like starting your own company with your own bank$signs). Let the old go (Buh-Bye) and make room for the new (Hello, new life!!!
Cut whatever it is out of your life so you can fly.
While the couple has managed to keep things low-key when it comes to their relationship, there seems to be one exception to their unspoken rule.