Anderson wed Kid Rock on a yacht in St. Tropez in 2006 and divorced him four months later, reportedly because he did not approve of her cameo in "Borat," in which she gamely agreed to be fake-sabotaged by Sacha Baron Cohen at an autograph-signing. A passionate PETA activist who sported a lettuce bikini in one of the group's ads, Anderson, 42, is flashing her still-bodacious body on the current season of ABC's "Dancing with the Stars," where she's cheered by the judges but struggling to win fan votes. Though there's no word on whether Pam will appear in the "Baywatch" movie, she could probably use the pay day -- the state of California claims she owes $493,000 in personal income taxes.
Eggert gave Anderson a slow-motion run for her money as "Baywatch's" Summer Quinn, who pulled a cougar late in her two-season run when she romanced Mitch's son, Hobie. These days the former "Charles in Charge" star is most famous for not being able to fit into her "Baywatch" bikini. At 5'2 and 130 pounds, Eggert, 38, is far from fat, but after the tabloids zoomed in on her so-called muffin top, Eggert joined Bobby Brown and Britney Spears's ex, Kevin Federline, on VH1's "Celebrity Fit Club," dropping a whopping... 10 pounds. She made light of her heavier frame in a FunnyOrDie.com video that showed her not-so-perfect body jiggling just a bit in an unsexy sprint to the surf.
Eggert has teamed up with Kim and Khloe Kardashian as a supporter of the "weight loss supplement" QuickTrim and told her Twitter followers she is planning a workout video in June. True to her teen star roots, Eggert, who has an 11-year-old daughter, reunited with on-screen "Charles" babysitter, Scott Baio, on an episode of his VH1 reality show in 2007. When former fiance Corey Haim died earlier this year, Eggert said, "We loved each other dearly."
Remember Michael Newman? No? Well he was "Baywatch's" only real-life lifeguard, after going from behind-the-scenes technical consultant to featured actor. Newman stuck with "Baywatch" until the bitter end (including the short-lived spin-off, "Baywatch Nights,") playing the mustachioed veteran, Newmie. Newman has said many of the real-life rescues he conducted in his 20 years as an L.A. County lifeguard inspired those dramatic scenes that gripped fans on "Baywatch." Also a firefighter, Newman, 53, left acting to sell real estate, a career he has said he finds more lucrative than on-camera work. He may be able to teach Eggert a thing or two about physical fitness, after winning the National Ironman Championship in 1996. He and his wife Sarah live in Pacific Palisades, Calif., with their two children.