"Baywatch's" other non-blonde, soap opera alum Yasmine Bleeth, joined the cast in season-five as Caroline Holden, Stephanie's more voluptuous, less-sharp sister. (In season 8, Caroline believed that a stray dog held the soul of her reincarnated sister.) Once one of People magazine's 50 Most Beautiful People, the mugshot from her 2001 cocaine arrest wasn't pretty. "It became my boyfriend, my best friend, my family," she told Us Weekly of her cocaine addiction. Bleeth was sentenced to two years probation after copping a plea in 2002, the same year she wed Paul Cerrito, who was with her at the time of her arrest. Now 41, she and Cerrito now live in Birmingham, Mich. Her last notable acting credit was 2003's "Baywatch: Hawaiian Wedding," which means she could be pretty excited about the upcoming "Baywatch" movie.
Before Charvet became Mr. Brooke Burke, crying over her waltzes in the audience of "Dancing with the Stars," he was something of a star himself, playing "Baywatch's" studly Matt Brody, who had the good fortune to lock lips with both Anderson and Eggert on the show. Though according to Wikipedia his character is "currently living in Shuangliu, China," Charvet, now 37, ditched acting after his "Melrose Place" gig ended in 1998.
The French-born actor turned to singing -- he currently croons in his native language in a song called "Swim With Birds," available on French iTunes (for those who care.) He will also appear, supposedly as a villain, on the French reality show, "La Ferme Celebrites en Afrique," which translates to "Celebrities On The Farm in Africa." He recently revealed via Twitter that he will appear in a Lifetime movie called "Perfect Student," a dubious honor for some but clearly a joy for Charvet, who said: "Thank u god...this year is really incredible." Despite fathering two kids with Burke, they have yet to tie the knot and he remains her "longtime fiance.
Paul was widely known as the short-haired, flat-chested and level-headed lifeguard in a sea of artificially-enhanced blondes. After her character, Lt. Stephanie Holden, tragically died in The Hoff's arms in season 7, (struck by lightning, of course,) Paul continued her acting career with small roles, including one on the post-"Baywatch" go-to, "Melrose Place." Now an environmental activist, Paul, 46, has written and produced two documentary films, "Jampacked," about the world population crisis, and "The Cost of Cool: Finding Happiness in a Materialistic World." She is also the host of a local television program in California called "Earth Talk Today." Like Anderson, Paul made a cameo appearance in "Borat" -- but her scene was deleted.
"Baywatch" late-comer Electra, now 38, revved up the show in its second to last season as the sultry Lani McKenzie, before replacing Jenny McCarthy on MTV's "Singled Out" and posing for Playboy, (a time-honored post-"Baywatch" tradition.) After a rocky romance and quickie marriage to Dennis Rodman, Electra went on to star in the critically-hated, high-grossing "Scary Movie" film franchise and its off-shoots, including "Date Movie," "Disaster Movie" and "Epic Movie." In 2003, she married another tattooed guy -- Jane's Addiction rocker Dave Navarro, with whom she starred on the MTV reality show, "'Til Death Do Us Part: Carmen and Dave." The reality show curse that hit big-screen "Baywatch" star Jessica Simpson also struck Electra, who split from Navarro in 2006.