When she was just 17 years old, she was declared Ford Models’ Supermodel of the World. In the 1990s, her image could be found everywhere from Elle and Vogue magazines to Victoria’s Secret and Playboy; her lithe five-foot-10 frame graced the runways of such renowned design houses as Chanel and she starred in ad campaigns for the likes of Versace and Dolce & Gabbana. 904 more words
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I don’t know who’s in charge over at Fox, but they got some splainin’ to do.
It was reported on Friday that the network had decided to cancel… 412 more words
Tricia Helfer, star of the supernatural series “Lucifer,” and her soon-to-be ex-husband, Jonathan Marshall, have put their recently remodeled contemporary inside the guarded gates of the Summit enclave in the ruggedly ritzy, mansion-dotted mountains between Beverly Hills and Studio City, Calif., up for sale at a smidgen shy of $6.2 million. 270 more words
A boxy, crisply rendered contemporary tucked into a quiet, little-known cul-de-sac in the mountains above Sherman Oaks, Calif., has been purchased for a tetch less than $2 million by Canadian model-turned-actress Tricia Helfer, best known for portraying humanoid Number Six on the mid-2000s sci-fi series “Battlestar Galactica” (she’s also a series regular on the Fox drama “Lucifer”). 173 more words