From a Cowgirl to an Ice Cream Truck Driver, What Those Former 'Baywatch' Babes Are Up to Now
A lot has changed since they last wore the signature red swimsuit.
From the beach to the barnyard, some of the former beauties of Baywatch have taken on new lives since the show ended in 2001.
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Former star Kelly Packard is now a cowgirl. She rides horses, corrals chickens and cares for a pot-bellied pig.
“All of the animals — you would think it would be chaotic, but I have it down to a science,” she told Inside Edition. “I am living the dream.”
She lives on a ranch north of Los Angeles with her four kids and ER doctor husband.
“My life has changed dramatically,” she told Inside Edition. “I’m a proud mom of four gorgeous girls.”
She still has her iconic red Baywatch swimsuit, but she admitted that it hasn’t gotten much use these days. It's currently framed with a picture of Packard's 20-year-old self.
As for her former co-stars, Nicole Eggert became an ice cream truck driver after opening her own business.
Donna D'Errico is still acting, and in a recent photo shoot, she returned to the beach wearing the red swimsuit that made her famous.
Gena Lee Nolin is a mom of four and is married to retired hockey star Cale Hulse.
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As for the most famous Baywatch star — Pamela Anderson — she made a splash on the red carpet at the Canne Film Festival recently.
She has also been romantically linked to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who has spent the last several years seeking refuge inside the Ecuadorian Embassy in London.
Anderson has been photographed numerous times visiting him there.
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