Birth Name: Angelica Bridges
Birthplace: Harrisonville, Missouri
Current Residence: Los Angeles,
Marital Status: Married to Canadian Hockey player (Married on 0000)
feet, 9 inches tall/N/A
Heritage: American/decent N/A
Showbusiness start: Started
at age 9 doing radio commercials and voice-overs for the local Harrisonville radio station
Riding, Swimming; Volleyball
Angelica Bridges was born and raised in the small town of Harrisonville, Missouri with a population
of 6,000. She was the ultimate tomboy growing up on her family's ranch. She had always dreamed of becoming a performer. At
the age of 3, she took dance lessons. Her first television commercial at age 7. By the age of 9, she was doing radio commercials
and voice-overs for the local Harrisonville radio station. By the time Angelica was 12 years old, she entered a talent search
held by NBC in Kansas City Missouri. She made among the 20 to sign a trial optional agreement contract for future assignments.
She began modeling at 14. She appeared on the cover of Teen magazine. At 16, Angelica won the Miss Missouri Teen
title and in 1992 was crowned California Young Miss of America. Later that year, she started singing and
touring with a band called, The Brooke Sisters. She was discovered by Johnny Cassablacas himself while she was performing
at Universal Studios and signed her to a modeling contract to become an elite model.
Angelica did television commercials for products such as Diet Coke, Pontiac, Toyota, Doritos, Hayes,
IBM, Bally's, Pepsi, American Express, Brut Cologne and Clairol. She signed a two year contract with Clairol and was known
as the Ultress Girl. After commercial and gracing magazine covers, Angelica had a recurring role on the daytime soap
Days of Our Lives in 1996.
Angelica garnered roles for guest appearances on shows such as Night Stand, NYPD Blue/ABC,
Cybill/CBS, Silk Stalkings and Conan. She won the role of Lieutenant Taylor Walsh on Baywatch.
After one season, she moved on with a recurring role as Omegis in Mortal Kombat: Conquest and had appeared on
Pamela Anderson's syndicated adventure show, V.I.P. She also had appearances on NBC's Suddenly Susan
and That 70's Show/FOX.
In 1999, Angelica has appeared in the films, Mystery Men, Tomcats, Do It for Uncle Manny and
The Month of August.
She has currently appeared in FOX movie Baywatch: Hawaiian Wedding in February 2003 and was
included on the big foldout cover of FHM's Baywatch special issue with 8 other Baywatch women.