Thirty-eight-year-old Joyce Giraud de Ohoven is a Puerto Rican model, actress, producer and philanthropist who joined the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills in Season Four.
She is married to Academy Award-nominated producer Michael Ohoven, and the couple has two sons. One of the first Puerto Rican supermodels, Giraud de Ohoven has also represented Puerto Rico in numerous beauty pageants and won the titles Miss World Puerto Rico and Miss Universe Puerto Rico, as well as being the second runner-up in 1998's Miss Universe pageant.
As an actor, Giraud de Ohoven has appeared in numerous films and television shows including Tyler Perry's House of Payne and The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo; and she currently stars on Siberia, a scripted drama about a reality competition gone bad.
Giraud de Ohoven holds two bachelor's degrees, one in special education and one in social work--which she employs in her work with the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). She also founded the international beauty pageant, Queen of the Universe, which helps promote education for children in need.