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Belgian postcard in de 'De 50 mooiste vrouwen van de eeuw' (The 50 most beautiful women of the century) series by P magazine, no. 32. Photo: McLaren / Isopress. Carmen Electra (1972) is an American glamour model and actress, who began her career as a singer. Prince produced her debut record. She later appeared on the television series Baywatch (1997-1998). She made her film debut in the horror comedy American Vampire (1997), and has had roles in multiple parody films. Electra featured several times as a model in Playboy magazine. Carmen Electra was born Tara Leigh Patrick in 1972 in Sharonville, Ohio, near Cincinnati. Her parents were Harry Patrick, a guitarist and entertainer, and his wife Patricia, a singer. Electra attended Ann Weigel Elementary School and studied dance at Dance Artists studio in Western Hills until age nine, when she enrolled in the School for Creative and Performing Arts (SCPA), Cincinnati. Electra graduated from Princeton High School in Sharonville in 1990, having transferred there from SCPA two years prior. Additionally, Electra attended and graduated from Barbizon Modeling and Acting School in Cincinnati. Electra started her professional career in 1990 as a dancer at Kings Island in Mason, Ohio, in the show It's Magic, one of the more popular shows in the park's history. In 1991, she got her first boost when a scout for Prince spotted the 18-years-old Electra fronting for a rap group in Los Angeles. Soon after, she signed a recording contract with Prince's Paisley Park Records. She had moderate success with a single named Go-Go Dancer and released a self-titled album for Prince's Paisley Park label in 1993. She also toured Europe as Prince's opening act on his 1992 Diamonds and Pearls Tour. Carmen returned to work for Prince at his Los Angeles nightclub Glam Slam. She performed there every weekend with the Erotic City dancers, led by choreographer and director Jamie King. During her time at Paisley Park Records, she officially became known as Carmen Electra. In 1995, after her short-lived singing career, Electra started appearing in television shows. In May 1996, she was featured in a nude pictorial in Playboy magazine, the first of several. This exposure led to higher profile television appearances, including as the host of MTV's dating game show Singled out (1997) and the role of lifeguard Lani McKenzie in Baywatch (1997–1998). Baywatch was a popular action series about the Los Angeles County lifeguards who patrol the beaches of Los Angeles County. In 2003, she returned to Baywatch for the reunion feature, Baywatch: Hawaiian Wedding (Jeremy Garelick, 2003) which was a box office hit. Carmen Electra was featured in Playboy four more times: June 1997, December 2000, April 2003, and the January 2009 anniversary issue. She was on the cover of the last three of these issues. In 1997, Electra made her film debut in the horror comedy American Vampire (Luis Esteban, 1997) with Adam West. Its plot follows a young male teenager (Trevor Lissauer) who encounters a sexy female vampire (Electra) while his parents vacation in Europe. The film has attained cult-like status with its tongue in cheek humour and its many references to the Beach Party films of Frankie Avalon and Annette Funicello. That year, she also appeared in the comedy Good Burger (Brian Robbins, 1997). In 1999, she appeared in the Bloodhound Gang's music video of The Inevitable Return of the Great White Dope, and the mockumentary The Mating Habits of the Earthbound Human (Jeff Abugov, 1999) with David Hyde Pierce and Lucy Liu. In de new Millennium, Carmen Electra's film career got a boost with the horror comedy Scary Movie (Keenen Ivory Wayans, 2000), a parody of the horror, slasher, and mystery film genres. Despite a mixed critical reception, the film received positive reviews from audiences and was a box office success, grossing $278 million worldwide on a $19 million budget. It was followed by four sequels. In 2004, Electra appeared in the remake of the 1970s TV show Starsky & Hutch (Todd Phillips, 2004), with Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson, for which she won an MTV Movie Award for Best Kiss. Subsequently she played supporting parts in such films as Cheaper by the Dozen 2 (Adam Shankman, 2005) with Steve Martin, Scary Movie 4 (David Zucker, 2006), and the box office success Date Movie (Aaron Seltzer 2006) with Alyson Hannigan. Electra won the Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Supporting Actress for her combined performances in Date Movie and Scary Movie 4. Other films include Epic Movie (Jason Friedberg, Aaron Seltzer, 2007), Meet the Spartans (Jason Friedberg, Aaron Seltzer, 2008) and Disaster Movie (Jason Friedberg, Aaron Seltzer, 2008) with Kim Kardashian in her film debut. Although some see these films among of the worst films ever, most of them did well at the box office. Meet the Spartans and Disaster Movie received in 2009 five nominations for the 29th Golden Raspberry Awards: Worst Picture, Worst Director, Worst Screenplay, Worst Prequel, Remake, Rip-Off, or Sequel, and Worst Supporting Actress (Electra). Disaster Movie won a sixth for Kardashian. Electra also appeared in commercials for Maxim Men's Hair Color products (2004–2005), and Ritz Camera Centers (2006). She is featured in some video spoofs of lonelygirl15 that advertised Epic Movie. That same year she appeared as the face and spokesperson for Max Factor cosmetics in their television and print ads. In late 2006, Electra was featured in commercials by Taco Bell. In 2007, Electra became a published author with the release of her book, How to Be Sexy. Electra appeared as a guest judge on So You Think You Can Dance Season in 2011 and Britain's Got Talent in 2012. Carmen Electra was married to NBA star Dennis Rodman. She and Rodman wed in November 1998 at Little Chapel of the Flowers in Las Vegas, Nevada, but nine days later, Rodman filed for annulment, claiming he was of "unsound mind" when the pair wed. The couple reconciled and celebrated New Year's Eve together, but they mutually agreed to end their marriage in April 1999 under "amicable circumstances." In 2003, Electra married Dave Navarro, lead guitarist for the rock band Jane's Addiction. The couple documented their courtship and marriage in an MTV reality television show called 'Til Death Do Us Part: Carmen and Dave. In 2006, she and Navarro announced their separation, and the divorce was finalised in 2007. In 2012, she appeared as one of the celebrity bachelorettes on the TV dating show The Choice. Sources: Wikipedia and IMDb.



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