Cheryl Tiegs fashion model
September 25, 1947
5 ft 10 in | 178 cm
34-24-34 in | 86-61-86.5 cm
56 kg | 123 pounds
9 US | 40 EU
Cheryl Tiegs was born in Breckenridge, Minnesota, United States, on September 25, 1947, is an American supermodel.
She began her modeling career in swimsuit ad for Cole of California, in American magazine Seventeen.
She was one of the top models of the 1970s - 1980s, best known for her work with Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue and for her "Pink Bikini" poster (1978).
She graced the cover of a magazine "Teen" (1966), at the age of 17.
Tiegs was signed a $1.5 million two-year contract with Cover Girl cosmetics in 1979.
She was first model to appear twice on the cover of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue.
She was inducted into the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue's 40th anniversary "Hall of Fame" (2004).
Featured on the cover of People four times.
She is widely considered to be the first American supermodel.
Cheryl has been married four times to:
Stan Dragoti (1970–79)
Peter Beard (1981–83)
Anthony Peck (1990–94)
Rod Stryker (1998–2001)
She has three sons.
Lives in Bel Air, California.
She made her big screen debut in drama film The Brown Bunny (2003) in role as Lilly.
Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story (2007) comedy in uncredited role as Herself
Sharknado 4: The 4th Awakens (2016) science fiction in role as Raye
Moonlighting (1986) in episode "It's a Wonderful Job", in role as Herself
The John Larroquette Show (1995) in episode "Time Out", in role as Lola Valenti
Just Shoot Me! in two episodes: "A&E Facts Age: Nina Van Horn" (2000) and "The Write Stuff" (2002) in role as Herself
Family Guy in two episodes: "Tiegs for Two" (2011) and "Valentine's Day in Quahog" (2013) in role as Herself
Childrens Hospital (2015) in episode "Just Like Cyrano de Bergerac", in role as Herself
Has been on the cover of prestigious fashion magazines including Vogue Italia, Seventeen, Elle, Time, Glamour, Men's Health, Outside, More magazine, Harper's Bazaar and LOOK Magazine.
And my life for the first - you know, when I was in my 20s and 30s, I had my career, and I traveled the world, I lived out of a suitcase. I stayed up until dawn. I did all of those things that were very exciting.
Being in the public eye, I have certainly gone through the tabloid situation where they come out with stories that are not true. I don't read or pay attention to it.
I've been on the cover of 'Time' magazine three times, not for my beauty but because what I was doing was newsworthy around the world. I've worked with teams all my life, but I've been nice and I've been kind.
I think every woman, maybe every man, looks in the mirror and says, 'Oh my God, there's a wrinkle.' So we're all in the same boat.
I don’t like it that we’re talking about full-figured women because we’re glamorizing them, and your waist should be smaller than 35 inches. That’s what Dr. Oz said and I’m sticking to it.