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The Untold Truth Of P. Diddy’s Daughter – Jessie James Combs

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• Jessie James Combs is the daughter of Sean Combs (P. Diddy) and his late girlfriend Kim Porter.
• She has five siblings from her parents' previous relationships, including her twin sister D'Lila Combs.
• She began modeling at a young age, and has appeared on the cover of Halcyon Kids, and Essence Magazine.
• She is not in any relationships at the age of 13, and her hobbies include horse-riding, dancing, and modelling.
• She has a net worth of $825 million thanks to her father's estimated net worth.

Jessie James is an American model and social media celebrity, but probably best known for being the daughter of famous rapper, record producer and actor P. Diddy (born Sean John Combs).

Early Life and Educational Background

Jessie James Combs was born on the 21st of December 2006, in New York City, USA to Sean Combs and his late girlfriend Kim Porter. Jessie has five siblings from her parents’ previous relationships, including her twin sister D’Lila Combs, brother Christian, and half-siblings Chance, Justin and Quincy Brown. She grew up in New York with her father and siblings, where she attended a local elementary school.

Her mother, Kim, would teach her how to walk like a supermodel by strutting down their hallways as if they were catwalks. The twins graduated from the sixth grade in 2019 and they both paid tributes to their late mother in their speeches.

Career

Modeling Career

Combs has attended many events and performances with her father and twin sister that catalyzed her modeling career and exposed her to a lot of opportunities.

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When she was seven years old, she walked the runway at the  petiteParade New York Kids Fashion Week for Ooh! La La! alongside her twin sister and then in North Carolina at the Rookie USA Fashion Show. She appeared on the cover of Halcyon Kids, showcasing their natural beauty and sleek hairdos. The Combs twins attended the LadyLike Foundation Luncheon in 2018 where they helped younger models on the runway and shared their expertise. She appeared at the season finale of “Making The Band 4” with her father and on the show “Omg! Insider”.

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In May of 2019, she graced the front cover of Essence Magazine with her siblings and father, and the same year had the opportunity to model for the Baby Phat collection at Forever 21 with her twin. In a recent commercial, the duo are seen holding hands while roller-skating and blowing kisses to the camera. The founder, Kimora Lee Simmons and her daughters, are also part of the commercial to bring back the brand.

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Relationships

At the young age of 13 years old, the model is not in any relationship, and is concentrating of her education and concurrently building her career.

Death of mother— Kim Porter

Model and socialite Kimberly Potter was found dead at 47 in her home in Toluca Lake on the 15th of November 2018. She had reportedly been suffering from pneumonia for a while, and to prevent her kids from becoming infected, she sent them to their dad. She was pronounced dead after being found unresponsive that morning in her bed.

According to a statement by the Los Angeles County Medical Examiner-Coroner, ‘It was later determined Porter died from lobar pneumonia. The manner of death was certified as natural.’ She was buried on the 24th of November at the Evergreen Memorial Park, Columbus next to her late mother, Sarah Porter. More than 2,500 people attended her funeral including Faith Evans, Yolanda Adams, Mary J. Blige and Usher, while others posted heartfelt tributes even months after the funeral.

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Just days before her passing, Kim explicitly told Sean, ‘Puffy, take care of my babies’. And that is exactly what he’s been doing since her passing. He said, ‘Before this, I was a part-time father, you know?… I’m just a lot more present, and, most important, now my kids come before anything else in my life.’ He is now the single parent of six kids and tackles the responsibility of being both parents.

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Jessie’s Hobbies, Favorite Things and Interesting Facts

  • Her zodiac sign is Sagittarius.
  • Her father does not follow a specific religion, despite being raised as a Roman Catholic. He told The Daily Telegraph, ‘I just follow right from wrong, so I could pray in a synagogue or a mosque or a church. I believe that there is only one God’.
  • Her hobbies include horse-riding, dancing and modelling.
  • The Ace Family is her favorite YouTuber.
  • The family have ten pets: four dogs, two horses, two bunnies, a snake and a leopard gecko.
  • Her favorite subjects in school are Math and Science.
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Appearance and Clothing Style

Jessie is a female of American nationality and African-American ethnicity, with black hair and dark brown eyes. The model stands at a height of 5ft 2ins (158cm) with a weight of around 80lbs (36kgs), and has the vital statistics of 26-22-24; her clothing style is trendy yet casual.

Net Worth and Salary

As her career is just taking off, Jessie’s net worth and salary remain under review for the time being. She lives with her family in a $40 million mega mansion in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles and lives in luxury thanks to her father’s estimated net worth of $825 million, as of early 2020.

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About Alan Ritchson from Aquaman: Height, Weight, Net Worth

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Who is Alan Ritchson?

American actor, singer-songwriter and model Alan Michael Ritchson, was born in Grand Forks, North Dakota USA, on 28 November 1982, making Sagittarius his zodiac sign. He’s had roles in close to 50 TV series and movies, but is probably known best for playing Raphael in the 2014 action adventure comedy movie “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles”, which Jonathan Liebesman directed, and which starred William Fichtner, Will Arnett and Megan Fox. It follows four mutated turtle warriors as they’re defending New York City from a kingpin, and the movie won one of its 12 award nominations.

Education and early life

Alan and his two brothers were raised in Grand Forks by their father David Ritchson who’s a retired US Air Force Chief Master Sergeant, and mother Vickie Ritchson who was a high school teacher.

Alan and his family moved to Rantoul, Illinois before he turned eight, and then to Niceville, Florida when he was 10. He was interested in both music and acting while attending Niceville High School, from which he matriculated in 2001; Alan was then offered a full music scholarship, but instead chose to enroll at Okaloosa Walton Community College (today Northwest Florida State College), graduating with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in 2004.

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Roles in TV series

Alan’s debut TV series role was voicing Chris in the 2006 episode “Save the Crane” of the animated family adventure “Wonder Pets!”, and his following role came in 2009, when cast to play a supporting character in the episode “Tying the… Not” of the comedy “Head Case”.

He gained recognition in 2010, when cast to star as Thad Castle in the hit sports comedy “Blue Mountain State”, created by Eric Falconer, and which also starred Darin Brooks and Chris Romano; it follows the lives of three aspiring football players who’ve just enrolled at college. Alan could then have been seen appearing in an episode of the comedy “Fred: The Show”, the crime action “Hawaii Five-0”, and the comedy “Don’t Talk in the Kitchen Presents”.

In 2017, Alan portrayed the lead character Arthur Bailey in all the 13 episodes of the action adventure comedy “Blood Drive”, created by James Roland, and which also starred Christina Ochoa and Thomas Dominique. Set in an alternate dystopian Earth in 1999, the series follows a former police officer who’s to take part in a death race, in which cars use human blood as fuel; the series was nominated for only a single award. Alan was then cast to make guest appearances in an episode of the crime comedy “Brooklyn Nine-Nine”, the action adventure “Supergirl”, and the action adventure “DC’s Legends of Tomorrow”.

From 2018 through 2021, he portrayed Hank Hall in the critically acclaimed crime action adventure “Titans”, which Akiva Goldsman and Greg Berlanti created, and which today stars Brenton Thwaites, Anna Dop and Ryan Potter. It follows the lives of several young superheroes, the series has been airing since 2018, and has won four of its 17 award nominations.

Since 2022, Alan’s been starring as Jack Reacher in the crime action “Reacher”, which has been nominated for four awards.

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Roles in movies

Alan’s debut film role was playing Army Officer in the 2006 drama “Though None Go with Me”, while some of his following appearances were in the 2006 horror thriller “The Butcher”, the 2007 drama “Steam”, and the 2008 animated action adventure “Justice League: The New Frontier”, in which he voiced Aquaman.

The year 2009 saw Alan play Bruce in the popular sports comedy “Fired Up!”, which Will Gluck wrote and directed, and which starred Sarah Roemer, Nicholas D’Agosto and Eric Christian Olsen. It follows the lives of two teenagers who’ve chosen to attend a cheerleader camp instead of football camp – the film won only a single award.

Alan’s following notable performance was playing Gloss in the critically acclaimed 2013 action science fiction adventure “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire”, which Francis Lawrence directed, and which starred Liam Hemsworth, Josh Hutcherson and Jennifer Lawrence. It follows Peeta Mellark and Katniss Everdeen who’ve just won the 74th Hunger Games, and have thus become targets of the Capitol; the movie won 22 of its 90 award nominations. A couple of Alan’s following roles were in the 2014 short comedy “Alpha Chow”, and in 2015 the comedy “The Wedding Ringer” and the action science fiction comedy “Lazer Team”.

The year 2019 saw him play the lead character Shayne in the romantic fantasy “Above the Shadows”, written and directed by Claudia Myers, and which also starred Olivia Thirlby and Jim Gaffigan. The movie follows a young woman who’s begun fading, and can now be seen by only a single man; the movie won six of its eight award nominations.

Alan’s since appeared in three more movies: the 2019 comedy “The Turkey Bowl”, the 2020 fantasy horror thriller “Ghosts of War”, and the 2021 action thriller comedy “Dark Web: Cicada 3301”.

Other credits

Alan produced and directed both the 2017 short family adventure movie “Tree House Time Machine”, and the 2021 action thriller comedy movie “Dark Web: Cicada 3301”; he’s also the producer and director of the upcoming horror film “Bad Seeds of Loving Spring”.

Some of his recent talk-show appearances have been in “The Talk”, “Celebrity Page” and “All About”.

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Awards and nominations

Alan won a 2015 Austin Comedy Short Film Festival Award for Best Ensemble Cast, for his and his colleagues’ performance in “The Grenade”, a 2017 Best Shorts Competition Award of Merit, for “Tree House Time Machine” and a 2019 Pitch to Screen Film Award for Best Actor, for “Above the Shadows”.

Love life and marriage

Alan avoids sharing the details of his love life with the public, but it’s widely known that he and American screenwriter and producer Catherine Ritchson have been married since May 2006.

Catherine helped Alan produce the 2017 movie “Tree House Time Machine”, and has received special thanks for the 2006 episode “Save the Crane” of the animated family adventure series “Wonder Pets!” and three episodes of the 2019 comedy series “Spellagram”. She and Alan have three children together, but they’re keeping them away from the media’s attention, thus their names and birthdates haven’t been disclosed.

Alan’s yet to speak about other women whom he’s perhaps dated, he’s married to Catherine Ritchson as of April 2023, and they have three children together.

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Interesting facts and hobbies

In 2022, Alan revealed that he’d been diagnosed with bipolar disorder.

He’s a devout Catholic, and goes to church nearly every week.

Alan’s passionate about music, and released his debut (and so far only) album “This Is Next Time” in 2005; he once audition for the music show “American Idol”, but was rejected.

He was featured in a Russian commercial for Orbit gum.

Alan auditioned for the role of Thor in the Marvel Universe, which eventually went to Chris Hemsworth.

He tried alcohol for the first time at his 21st birthday, having a glass of wine with his parents.

Both of Alan’s parents served in the US Army, which is why he’s today a supporter of the charity organization Heart and Armor Foundation for Veterans’ Health.

Alan’s favorite actor is the late Heath Ledger, while some of his favorite movies include “A Knight’s Tale”, “The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus” and “The Dark Knight”.

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Height, eyes and wealth

Alan’s age is 40. He has brown eyes and hair, is 6ft 3ins (1.91m) tall and weighs around 210lbs (95kgs).

Alan’s net worth’s been estimated at over $6 million, as of April 2023.

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How Rene Russo Overcame Her Struggles with Bipolar Disorder

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Who is Rene Russo?

American actress, producer and model Rene Marie Russo was born in Burbank, California USA, on 17 February 1954, making Aquarius her zodiac sign. Primarily know for her modeling career, she’s also appeared in only TV series and movies, and is probably known best for playing the lead character Nina Romina in the critically acclaimed 2014 crime thriller movie “Nightcrawler”, written and directed by Dan Gilroy, and which also starred Jake Gyllenhaal and Bill Paxton. It follows conman Louis Bloom who’s ventured into crime journalism, and the movie won 44 of its 168 award nominations, including an Oscar nomination for Best Writing, Original Screenplay.

Education and early life

Rene was raised in Burbank alongside her sister Toni, solely by their mother Shirley (nee Balocca) as their father Nino Russo abandoned the family when Rene was two; Nino was a sculptor and car mechanic, while Shirley was a barmaid and factory worker.

Rene studied at Burroughs High School, and one of her classmates was future famous movie actor, screenwriter, producer and director Ronald William ‘Ron’ Howard. She suffered from scoliosis during her teenage years, and wore a full-torso brace, and was bullied because of her tall statute, scoliosis and being a geek, and thus dropped out during her second year at Burroughs.

She initially worked as a movie theatre cashier and at an eyeglass factory, prior to signing her first modelling contract and moving to New York City.

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Life before acting

It was in 1972, aged 18 that Rene was noticed by a modelling scout while attending a concert of The Rolling Stones; she signed a contract with Ford Modeling Agency, and became one of the most sought after models in the USA.

In the ‘70s and the first half of the ‘80s, Rene could’ve been seen featured on the cover page of numerous fashion magazines, with some of the most popular amongst these having been “Cosmopolitan”, “Mademoiselle” and “Vogue”.

After Rene turned 30, the demand for her as a model began to wane, and she thus began studying acting, and appeared in a number of plays performed at small theatres; at one point, Rene was mentored by the late American actor Benjamin Norman Schultz, perhaps remembered better by his professional name Allan Rich.

Roles in TV series

Rene’s had only a single TV series role: she played the main character Eden Kendell in all the seven episodes of the 1987 adventure “Sable”, created by Gary Sherman, and which also starred Lewis Van Bergen and Ken Page. It follows a children’s book author who becomes a vigilante at night, and the series was nominated for an American Society of Cinematographers Award for Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography in Regular Series.

Roles in movies

Rene made her debut film appearance in the 1988 romantic comedy “Meanwhile in Santa Monica”, directed by David Gamburg, and in which Rene starred alongside Richard Kind and Christopher Carroll. It follows a Russian emigrant family as they’re running their restaurant Russian Nights.

Some of Rene’s following roles were in the 1989 sports comedy “Major League”, the 1990 romantic fantasy comedy “Mr. Destiny”, and the 1991 crime action “One Good Cop”. The year 1992 saw her play Lorna Cole in the hit action crime thriller “Lethal Weapon 3”, which Richard Donner directed, and which starred Joe Pesci, Danny Glover and Mel Gibson. It follows police detectives Martin Riggs and Roger Murtaugh as they’re trying to catch a former police officer who’s selling guns to street gangs, and the movie won three of its seven award nominations.

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Some of Rene’s notable performances in the remainder of the decade were in the 1996 romantic comedy “Tin Cup”, the 1997 adventure comedy “Buddy” and the 1999 romantic crime thriller “The Thomas Crown Affair”.

The year 2005 saw Rene play Toni, one of the main characters in the critically acclaimed crime sports drama “Two for the Money”, directed by D. J. Caruso, and which also starred Al Pacino and Matthew McConaughey. It follows a former college football star who’s suffered an injury, and become involved in the sports gambling business; the film was nominated for two awards.

Rene took a six-year break from 2005 through 2011, when she played Frigga in the action fantasy “Thor”, which Kenneth Branagh directed, and which starred Natalie Portman, Anthony Hopkins and Chris Hemsworth. It follows arrogant god Thor who’s been cast out of Asgard, and has become Earth’s (Midgard) defender; the movie won five of its 35 award nominations.

Rene’s since appeared in only a couple of movies, with her three most recent roles having been in the 2017 crime comedy “Just Getting Started”, and in 2019 the mystery horror thriller “Velvet Buzzsaw” and the action adventure “Avengers: Endgame”; she’s once again taken a break from acting, as she’s had no roles for three years now.

Other credits

Rene received special thanks for both the 1998 short action documentary movie “Pure Lethal! New Angles. New Scenes. And Explosive Outtakes” and the 2000 short documentary film “In the Line of Fire: The Ultimate Sacrifice”.

She produced the popular 2005 crime sports movie “Two for the Money”.

Some of Rene’s recent talk-show appearances have been in “Made in Hollywood”, “Dish Nation” and “Entertainers with Byron Allen”.

Awards and nominations

Rene’s won four of her 33 award nominations – a 1999 Blockbuster Entertainment Award for Favorite Supporting Actress – Action/Adventure”, for her performance in “Lethal Weapon 4”, and then three awards for her performance in “Nightcrawler”: a 2014 San Diego Film Critics Society Award for Best Supporting Actress, a 2015 AARP Movies for Grownups Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role, and a 2015 Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actress.

She was nominated for a 2015 BAFTA Film Award for Best Supporting Actress, also for “Nightcrawler”.

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Bipolar disorder

Rene made a guest appearance in the talk-show “The Queen Latifah Show” in 2014, and revealed that she’s been struggling with bipolar disorder since her teenage years. She was initially able to cope with the disorder, but an emotionally turbulent time led her to start taking medication which she had previously been reluctant to do; she’s revealed that the medication has made her life a lot easier.

Love life and marriage

Rene avoids sharing the details of her love life with the public, but has still allowed her fans to take a glimpse into it.

She’s been married to American screenwriter and director Daniel Christopher ‘Dan’ Gilroy since 14 March 1992; the two met on the set of the movie “Freejack”. Dan has 14 writing credits, and is probably known best for writing the 2014 movie “Nightcrawler”, the 2017 crime thriller film “Roman J. Israel, Esq.”, which was nominated for an Oscar for Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role (Denzel Washington) and the 2019 horror mystery thriller movie “Velvet Buzzsaw”.

Rene gave birth to their daughter Rose Gilroy on 31 August 1993, and she’s today a model.

Rene’s yet to mention other men whom she’s maybe been with, she’s married to Daniel Christopher ‘Dan’ Gilroy as of April 2023, and they have a daughter together.

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Interesting facts and hobbies

Rene loves American sports, with Major League Baseball (MLB) being her favorite; she’s a fan of the Boston Red Sox, and often attends their games played at Fenway Park.

She was cast to play Dr. Chase Meridian, Batman’s love interest in the critically acclaimed 1995 movie “Batman Forever”, however, after Michael Keaton (Batman) was replaced by Val Kilmer, she was replaced by Nicole Kidman.

Rene’s a deeply religious Christian.

She has six paternal half-siblings.

Rene’s allergic to sesame.

She doesn’t use Instagram, but her fan page is today followed by over 8,000 people, while more than 100 pictures have been posted onto it.

Rene’s favorite actress is Renee Zellweger, while some of her favorite movies include “Judy”, “Chicago” and “Shark Tale”.

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Height, eyes and wealth

Rene’s age is 69. Her hair’s blonde and eyes are green, she’s 5ft 8ins (1.73m) tall and weighs around 140lbs (63kgs).

Rene’s net worth’s been estimated at over $40 million, as of April 2023.

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Yasmine Bleeth: From Baywatch Babe to Drug Rehab Survivor

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Who is Yasmine Bleeth?

American actress and model Yasmine Amanda Bleeth was born in New York City, USA, on 14 June 1968, making Gemini her zodiac sign. She appeared in 30 TV series and movies prior to retiring from acting in 2003, but has recently returned to the film industry, portraying Lola in the 2021 comedy film “Whack the Don”; Yasmine’s currently shooting for three upcoming movies: “Beautiful Evil”, “Kill with Me” and “Air Force Z”.

She’s probably still known best for starring as Jenna Reed in the 1998 sports comedy “BASEketball”, which David Zucker wrote and directed, and which also starred Trey Parker, Matt Stone and Dian Bachar. It follows two childhood friends who are playing BASEketball, which is a hybrid sport of basketball and baseball, and the film was nominated for two awards.

Education and early life

Yasmine was raised in New York City alongside her siblings Miles and Tristan, by their father of Russian-Jewish descent Philip Bleeth, who was a business proprietor, and mother of French descent Carina, who was a model.

Yasmine was thrown into the film industry when she was 10 months old, as she was cast to star in a baby shampoo TV commercial, and was six when she appeared in the hidden camera reality show “Candid Camera”.

She was 15 when she made her debut film appearance, portraying the lead character Theresa O’Brian in the 1983 drama “Baba!”, which follows the life of a rebellious orphan from New York City.

She studied at a local high school in Los Angeles, California as she’d moved there because of her acting career; Yasmine matriculated in 1986 and then continued to act, rather than to pursue a college degree. Her mother died from inflammatory breast cancer in 1990, and this led Yasmine to reject numerous acting offers for eight months.

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Roles in TV series

Yasmine’s debut TV series role was starring as Ryan Fenelli Hyde in 97 episodes (1985-1989) of the romantic drama “Ryan’s Hope”, which Paul Avila Mayer and Claire Labine created, and which starred Nancy Addison, Bernard Barrow and Helen Gallagher. It follows the members of an Irish-American family living in New York City, the series aired its 3,500 episodes from 1975 through 1989 and won 29 of its 76 award nominations.

From 1991 through 1993, Yasmine played LeeAnn Demerest in 13 episodes of the soap opera “One Life to Live”, and was then cast to appear in an episode of the comedy “Herman’s Head”, the family comedy “Boy Meets World”, and the crime action “Baywatch Nights”.

She became famous after being cast to star as Caroline Holden in the popular action crime adventure “Baywatch” (1993-1997), which Gregory J. Bonann and Michael Berk created, and which also starred David Hasselhoff and. The series follows the lives of several lifeguards working at a beach in Los Angeles, it aired from 1989 through 2001, and won five of its 19 award nominations.

Yasmine had only three TV series roles prior to retiring from acting, portraying Caitlin Cross in 41 episodes of the crime action “Nash Bridges” from 1998 through 2000, Heather Lane Williams in 14 episodes of the 2021 romantic drama “Titans”, and Kristen Grayson in the 2002 episode “Miss Con-Jeannie-Ality” in the action crime comedy “V. I. P.”

Roles in movies

The year 1994 saw Yasmine play Coral Wilson in the action horror thriller “The Force”, while the following year saw her portray Caroline Holden in the action “Baywatch: Forbidden Paradise”.

In 1996, she played the main character Emily Gilmore in the drama “A Face to Die For”, directed by Jack Bender, and which also starred James Wilder and Richard Beymer. It follows a woman who was tricked into helping rob her employer, and is now, after having served time in prison, determined to have her revenge on those who had wronged her.

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Yasmine could then have been seen appearing in the 1996 drama “Talk to Me”, the 1997 crime mystery comedy “Crowned and Dangerous” and the 1998 science fiction mystery thriller “The Lake”.

Her final film role was playing Caroline in the 2003 action adventure “Baywatch: Hawaiian Wedding”, directed by Douglas Schwartz, and which starred Michael Bergin, Pamela Anderson and David Hasselhoff. It follows several lifeguards as they’re attending their colleague Mitch’s wedding in Hawaii.

Other credits

Yasmine voiced Jo in the 1996 video game “Maximum Surge”.

Some of her final talk-show appearances, prior to retiring from acting, were in “Revealed with Jules Asner”, “The Reichen Show” and “Howard Stern on Demand”.

Awards and nominations

Yasmine’s been nominated for three awards: a 1986 Soap Opera Digest Award for Outstanding Youth Actor/Actress on a Daytime or Prime Time Serial, for “Ryan’s Hope”, a 1993 Soap Opera Digest Award for Hottest Female Star for “One Life to Live” and a 1999 Razzie Award for Worst Actress, for her performance in “BASEketball”.

Drug addiction and rehab

Yasmine voluntarily entered the rehab clinic Promises in Malibu, California in December 2000, because of her cocaine addiction.

She was arrested on 12 September 2001, after she drove her car off the highway, and the police found cocaine and four syringes in her possession, and more cocaine and drug paraphernalia in her hotel room – she pleaded guilty to possessing cocaine in November 2001, and Yasmine was put on two years probation and ordered to do 100 hours of community service.

She then entered the clinic Promises again, and after having fulfilled the terms of her probation in January 2004, Yasmine chose to retire from acting, believing this to be another step in staying away from drugs; it remains unknown what she did for a living prior to returning to acting in 2021.

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Love life and relationships

Yasmine rarely speaks about her love life in public, but has still allowed her fans to take a glimpse into it. She met business owner Paul Cerrito in December 2000, when they both entered the rehab facility Promises; Yasmine was advised not to start a relationship during her first year of rehab, especially not with another drug addict, but the two fell in love and married on 25 August 2002; they’ve since been living together in Los Angeles.

Yasmine and Paul don’t have children together, and while most of Yasmine’s fans believe this to be because they want to focus on themselves, rather than on raising children, there are also those who believe that perhaps one of the two is infertile; neither Yasmine nor Paul have addressed the rumors.

She hasn’t mentioned the men whom she had dated prior to meeting Paul, Yasmine’s married to Paul Cerrito as of April 2023, and they don’t have children.

Interesting facts and hobbies

Yasmine’s been a philanthropist since the launch of her acting career; she was a spokesperson for the 1998 Lee National Denim Day, which raised $5 million for the Susan G Komen for the Cure; she also donated the $10,000 she won on the game-show “Celebrity Jeopardy!” to breast cancer research.

The magazine “People” featured Yasmin on their 1995 list ’50 Most Beautiful People’, while the magazine ‘FHM’ featured her on their list ‘100 Sexiest Women in the World’ every year from 1996 through 2001.

Yasmine’s followed by more than 6,000 people on Instagram, but has posted only 25 pictures onto the network, most of which were taken when she was in her 20s and 30s.

Her favorite actress is Angelina Jolie, while some of Yasmine’s favorite movies include “Eternals”, “Lara Croft: Tomb Raider” and “Maleficent: Mistress of Evil”.

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Height, eyes and wealth

Yasmine’s age is 54. She has blue eyes and brown hair, is 5ft 5ins (1.64m) tall and weighs around 125lbs (56kgs).

Yasmine’s net worth’s been estimated at over $2 million, as of April 2023.

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