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About YasmineBirth name: Yasmine Amanda Bleeth
Height: 5' 5"
Spouse: Paul Cerrito (August 25, 2002 - present)
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Yasmine Bleeth looks dramatically different from ‘Baywatch’ days(2/19/20) (Pic1, Pic2) It’s been nearly 20 years since Yasmine Bleeth donned that iconic red swimsuit on TV’s “Baywatch,” and today she lives a dramatically different life out of the spotlight.
The 51-year-old former glamour gal was snapped walking her dog in Southern California earlier this week, looking nearly unrecognizable.
Bleeth, a New York City native, was already working by 10 months old when she shot a Johnson & Johnson No More Tears shampoo commercial. She landed spots on soaps like “Ryan’s Hope” as a teen, but rocketed to fame as Caroline Holden alongside Pamela Anderson and David Hasselhoff in “Baywatch.”
Bleeth sprinted through the sand from 1993 to 1997 before moving to TV hit “Nash Bridges” alongside Don Johnson, which she appeared on from 1996 to 2001.
She has said that recreational drug use escalated, triggered by a tempestuous relationship with “21 Jump Street” star Richard Grieco, and in 2000, she entered the ritzy Promises rehab clinic in Malibu to combat cocaine addiction. That’s where she met future husband Paul Cerrito, a strip club owner.
The next year, Bleeth was arrested in Detroit on cocaine-related charges.
Bleeth pleaded guilty to operating a vehicle while impaired and to possession and was sentenced to two years of probation.
In a heartfelt essay published in Glamour (via People) in April 2003, Bleeth wrote openly about her drug addiction, revealing that she once collapsed at a photoshoot and went without sleep for five straight days.
“Consciously trying to stay off drugs is now part of my life and always will be,” Bleeth confessed.
Fremantle and Pantone Create BAYWATCH RED to Celebrate 30 Years of the Iconic TV Series(9/18/19) To celebrate the 30th anniversary of one of TV's most iconic series of all time, the global producers Fremantle have teamed up with global color authority Pantone Color Institute to create a new and official Pantone Color, Baywatch Red. A dynamic, dramatic and magnetizing red shade featured in the distinguished red uniforms worn by the cast of the globally renowned action drama series.
Baywatch is one of the most iconic and era-defining TV series of the 90's, with its sun-soaked beaches and Mitch Buchannon and the Baywatch lifeguards. The series became a Pop culture phenomenon.
First airing in 1989, and remastered into HD by Fremantle in 2018, Baywatch follows a group of elite lifeguards on the pristine beaches of Malibu, Southern California, as they save lives and uplift the community around them. It was described by Entertainment Weekly as 'the most popular show in the history of the planet' and spawned a legion of international stars including David Hasselhoff, Pamela Anderson, Carmen Electra, Erika Eleniak, Gena Lee Nolan, Jason Momoa, Alexandra Paul and Yasmine Bleeth.
The series aired in over 200 different countries, was translated into 48 languages, reached an estimated audience of 1 billion viewers worldwide according to TV Guide, and was awarded a Guinness World Record for having the largest global TV audience in history.
Bob McCourt, Chief Operating Officer, International, Fremantle said: "The color red is one of the most recognizable elements of Baywatch so we're very excited about marking 30 years of this incredible series by officially creating Baywatch Red with Pantone. This is yet another peak moment in Baywatch's history."
Laurie Pressman, Vice-President, Pantone Color Institute said: "As a longtime Baywatch fan and lover of the emboldening red swimsuits and shorts, we were excited and honored to participate in the creation of this special PANTONE Color, Baywatch Red. Symbolizing the passion and courage displayed by these brave and heroic life savers, the powerfully energizing Baywatch Red instantly expresses a message of immediate action and fierce determination."
Baywatch is produced by and distributed worldwide by Fremantle. The original creators and executive producers of Baywatch, were Michael Berk, Greg Bonann and Doug Schwartz . They personally oversaw the remastering of their classic series which Fremantle has gone to sell into 110 territories globally.
Baywatch Is Coming to Amazon Prime to Heat Up Your Winter(1/18/19) For the longest time, Baywatch — the era-defining cheesy '90s sexy lifeguard action drama — was one of the most historically popular shows unavailable to stream. But now, in the year of the series' 30th anniversary, David Hasselhoff, Pamela Anderson and friends are coming to Amazon Prime on Jan. 20.
Every episode of Baywatch has been remastered from its original low-budg film into high-def, so you can see all the bounces and flexes in crystal-clear clarity. Perhaps even more notably, 350 new original songs have been composed to score the iconic montages. Music clearance issues are the biggest obstacles in getting old shows on streaming platforms, so Baywatch rights-holder Fremantle figured out a way around it.
Baywatch ran from 1989 to 2001, with Season 1 on NBC and later seasons in syndication, where it became one of the most popular shows in the world. It was set in California before moving to Hawaii for its last two seasons. The plots were about the soapy relationships among the lifeguards in between beachfront emergencies, but really, the series just an excuse to look at hot people in bathing suits. Over the years, the constantly-rotating cast featured folks like Carmen Electra, Yasmine Bleeth and young Jason Momoa, but the true Baywatch icons are Pamela Anderson as C.J. Parker and executive producer David Hasselhoff as Mitch Buchannon. It got a movie reboot in 2017 starring Dwayne Johnson and Zac Efron.
Baywatch will be available to stream on Amazon Prime starting Sunday, Jan. 20.
FremantleMedia Eyes ‘Baywatch’ Reboot After Remastering 35MM Print Into HD(8/6/18) Lifeguard drama Baywatch is coming back to television screens around the world. FremantleMedia International has remastered the David Hasselhoff and Pamela Anderson-fronted series into HD and will start shopping it to global broadcasters, while also eyeing a new reboot of the franchise.
The RTL-owned producer and distributor has remastered all 242 episodes of the show into high definition, as well as introducing contemporary songs and moving it from 4:3 to 16:9 to try and attract the attention of a new generation of fans.
FremantleMedia International COO Bob McCourt told Deadline that despite the mixed reviews of the Dwayne Johnson and Zac Efron-fronted 2017 feature film, the big-screen attempt rejuvenated the brand and encouraged the company to update the original 35MM prints of the series. Overseen by original Baywatch producers Michael Berk, Greg Bonann and Doug Schwartz, the company worked with two post-production companies, Warner Bros and Illuminate, to transfer the original series into the new format. “The results are phenomenal. When you have the sea and obviously it’s set on the beach, it was such a colorful series, so that color really comes out when you put it into HD,” he said. It has also replaced 300 songs with contemporary songs from new artists with the help of original composer Corey Lerios, while keeping the original theme tune. See the two versions below (old, top, new, bottom).
The distributor will now approach international broadcasters as well as streaming platforms. The show has continued to perform well globally, particularly in Europe, where it still airs on RTL in Germany, TF1 in France and Mediaset in Italy. McCourt said the show doesn’t looked “dated”. “It still looks quite contemporary and the storylines stand up. It doesn’t actually look that old fashioned,” he added.
This comes after FremantleMedia unravelled a relatively complex rights situation. The show was originally produced by Gannett for NBC but was cancelled after one season. Then the Baywatch producers bought the rights and produced a version with All American Television for syndication, with the help of financing from German distributor Beta Taurus, part of the Kirsch group in Germany and ITV.
All American Television was later subsumed into Pearson, then FremantleMedia, giving the latter the rights. However, Beta, which distributes series such as Babylon Berlin, had the international rights until recently, when FremantleMedia took over global control.
Given the current trend of remaking series from the 1980s and 1990s, McCourt said a remake has “definitely been discussed”. “I think we thought the film might have given us reason to reboot the TV series, but given the mixed reviews that didn’t happen straight away. I think if this remastered version is sold extensively and a new audience comes to Baywatch, then it will give us a real indication as to whether a new series could be successful. We would definitely think seriously about making a new series and maybe we’ll get approached by some broadcasters about making one,” he added.
Meghan Markle's first job was working at a frozen yogurt store in LA when she was just 13(12/17/17) We know celebrities as glamorous people who leave glamorous lives, but many of them had a decidedly unglamorous start.
Turns out future-royal Meghan Markle is no exception.
Markle's first job was serving frozen yogurt at Humphrey Yogart, a shop in Sherman Oaks, California, she revealed in a tweet back in 2014.
She was just 13 years old at the time, and it was in the parking lot of the yogurt shop that she met celebrity crush Yasmine Bleeth, who starred as lifeguard Caroline Holden on "Baywatch."
According to Markle's descripton of the interaction, she was completely starstruck. She says she blurted out "Oh my God, I loved you in that Soft & Dri commercial," to which Bleeth answered, "Okay, thank you!"
Markle says Bleeth's humble response, as well as the smile and handshake the "Baywatch" actress gave her, still set the tone for all of Markle's fan run-ins today.
Markle's former boss Paula Sheftel told the Sunday Mirror that Prince Harry's bride-to-be didn't earn much, but she was well-liked by the shop's customers.
"She earned minimum wage and was very popular with customers. She had to prove she had an outgoing personality and would work well with staff," Sheftel told the Mirror.
Markle has come a long way since then. After landing various small roles, including appearing as a suitcase girl on the game show "Deal or No Deal," the actress got her big break on "Suits." Markle is set to marry Prince Harry on May 19th of next year.
Disney Sued by Yasmine Bleeth's Husband for Trip and FallDisney got its wires crossed and cluttered while shooting a TV show in "Baywatch" star Yasmine Bleeth's home ... according to her husband, who claims he got jacked up in a trip and fall.
Paul Cerrito says Disney was using his home to shoot a pilot when the equipment tripped him up. In a lawsuit obtained by TMZ, Paul says the injury set him back ... as he was already trying to recover from a previous tumble.
He claims he slipped in a puddle of water in a grocery store back in December. Due to that fall he was using a walker when he went down at home. Cerrito says he's suffered permanent disability, and is suing the store as well as Disney.
Cerrito's lawyer tells us he also suffered a spinal injury. He wants Disney to pay damages and his medical expenses. We've reached out to Disney, so far no word back.
Yasmine Bleeth pulls on sneakers and work-out pants as she takes a weekend stroll with her husband(dailymail.co.uk) (Photo) She had a well documented struggle with drug abuse which ultimately ended her Baywatch days.
But now, almost 20 years on from her role in the famous red swimsuit, Yasmine Bleeth looks the picture of health.
The 46-year-old former actress was spotted in Hollywood on Saturday in sneakers and work-out pants taking a stroll with her husband, Paul Cerrito.
The road to recovery: Former Baywatch star Yasmine Bleeth pictured with her husband Paul Cerrito in Hollywood on Saturday.
Yasmine, who played Caroline Holden in the long running show, looked happy and relaxed alongside her strip club owning husband who she met in rehab in 1997.
Dressed casually in cropped, Lycra leggings and sneakers, and with a baggy grey vest under a striped cardigan, the reclusive star looked a far cry from her modelling heyday.
For every year between 1996 and 2001, the beauty made FHM's 100 Sexiest Women In The World list.
At one point she even had her own line of lingerie.
In a 2012 interview with Esquire, the show's producer Douglas Schwartz explained why she was let go from the cast.
'We had one issue with Yasmine Bleeth, who was doing drugs at the time.
'And so we were dealing with Yasmine not showing up and having difficulties, again with men.
'That's why we let Yasmine go off the show: because it was too difficult to deal with her after awhile.'
In a 2003 essay she wrote for Glamour magazine, she admitted that her cocaine habit was so severe that she once collapsed at a photo shoot and went without sleep for five days at a time.
Adding that: 'consciously trying to stay off drugs is now part of my life and always will be.'
Since successfully battling her demons, Yasmine - who once dated Matthew Perry - has kept out of the public eye, photographed only very occasionally.
But she has undertaken extensive work to raise money for breast cancer research after losing her mother to the disease when she was only 20.
"Baywatch" Star Yasmine Bleeth Resurfaces After 10 Years -- See Her Now!(Photo) She's back on the beach!
"Baywatch" alum Yasmine Bleeth made her first public appearance in over 10 years this month, resurfacing at Venice Beach, of all places.
The busty brunette was introduced on the classic show's fourth season as Caroline Holden, the sister of Alexandra Paul's character, Stephanie. She quickly became one of the series' hottest commodities and was even named one of People Magazine's Most Beautiful.
But after being let go from the show amid drug issues, an arrest and a trip to rehab, the actress all but disappeared. Her last public appearance was back in 2003, at an engagement party for Carmen Electra and Dennis Rodman.
Now 46, Bleeth resurfaced alongside "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star Eileen Davidson and each of their husbands in a Twitter photo the soap star posted last week. The group was at the beach to take part in the annual "Penguin Swim" on New Year's Day.
We gotta say, she looks pretty great for someone who's been in hiding for over a decade!
We're told Yasmine turns down almost all media requests, especially ones related to "Baywatch," and likes to keep private these days.
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