The Cast Of ‘Baywatch’ Then And Now 2021
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Baywatch was one of the most iconic television shows of the 1990s. Featuring an all-star cast, the show followed a number of Los Angeles County Lifeguards as they patrol the LA beaches. The action drama starred David Hasselhoff and Pamela Anderson, and became famous for showing scantily-clad lifeguards running on the beach.
Although the primary focus of the show was the lifeguards’ jobs, their interpersonal relationships were also an important aspect of the plot. The lifeguards regularly dealt with some pretty insane situations; drowning was normal, of course, but things like shark attacks, earthquakes, and serial killers also came up. The cast was known for being absolutely gorgeous. The men were toned and tanned, and the women were classic “bombshells.” Although it feels like the show was on just a few years ago, it’s actually been 17 years since the show went off the air! Check out what the cast is doing now.
David Hasselhoff (Mitch Buchannon)
David ‘The Hoff” Hasselhoff is 65 years old now, but he’s still as fit as ever. When Baywatch ended, David’s career continued to grow. He’s appeared in movies like Dodgeball, Click, and Hop. He’s also appeared on Broadway, in shows like The Producers and Chicago. David’s daughters, Taylor and Hayley, are both in their twenties.
If you ever wondered what Mitch would sound like singing, David has you covered, as he’s since branched out to music. He is in music videos and appears in concerts alike. After singing for Berlin when it was still divided, David gained a popular and devoted German following, and now he frequents Germany’s Ze Network.
Pamela Anderson (C. J. Parker)
After Baywatch, Pamela continued acting and modeling. She starred in movies like Raw Justice and Barb Wire, before taking a break from the spotlight. In the mid-2000s, Pamela returned to the public eye, posing for magazines like Marie Claire, Elle, GQ, and Playboy. Pamela is also an activist. She has two sons, Brandon and Dylan, with ex-husband Tommy Lee.
Nicole Eggert (Summer Quinn)
Nicole Eggert hasn’t done a ton of acting since Baywatch, but she has appeared on a number of reality television shows. Nicole has two daughters, Dilyn and Keegan.
Sadly, some of her television appearances haven’t been for positive reasons. She was featured on Botched, the reality series that follows an expert surgeon correcting plastic surgeries gone awry. In Eggert’s case, she needed breast reduction.
Jeremy Jackson (Hobie Buchannon)
In 2006, Jeremy admitted that he had a drug problem during his time on Baywatch. He says the drugs are part of the reason he left the show. Throughout the years, Jeremy has spoken publicly about struggling with addiction. Jeremy has been arrested twice in 2015 for stabbing people; in 2017, he was sentenced to 270 days in jail as part of a plea deal for one of the stabbings.
He had been married to Loni Willison, but the two ended up splitting and she had not been seen for some time. The missing woman was found living on the streets of Los Angeles while also struggling with addiction as well.
David Chokachi (Cody Madison)
When David left Baywatch in 1999, he started working on the show Witchblade. He later starred in Beyond The Break and appeared on the reality show Confessions of a Teen Idol.
Together with wife Susan Brubaker, he is the parent of one child, a daughter named Brit Madison. Hearkening to his Baywatch experience, David reflected on the event and said, “I thought surfing the perfect wave was the coolest feeling in the world, until my baby daughter Brit was born.” He added, “She’s a total game changer.” Born in the autumn of 2011, she’ll be ten now!
David Charvet (Matt Brody)
After his Baywatch days, David appeared in a number of shows, including Melrose Place. In 1999, he decided to stop acting to focus on his music career. In 2006, he returned to acting. David has two children with Brooke Burke; the two recently separated.
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