have been very fortunate. My bodybuilding and gladiator popularity opened the
door to Playboy. In 1995, a photographer, Kal Yee, convinced me to do test shots
(next quarter I'll let you see them) to submit to Playboy. We travelled to Mexico
with his crew and shot photos that were absolutely beautiful to me. He submitted
the photos to Playboy, and all we could do was wait! During that time, I auditioned
for the role that I thought would change my life. I landed the role of Lt. Cassie
Puller on JAG, "Judge Advocate General". After filming the pilot, I received
a personal phone call from the Playboy Headquarters in Chicago. I was accepted!
I told them that I had to cut my hair for JAG. They said it wouldn't be a problem.
Hence, the 1996 celebrity Playboy issue with short hair. If I had it to do all
over again, I would prefer to have my usual long, blonde hair.
the Playboy issue came out, I was approached by the owners of Trashy Lingerie,
Mitch Trich, Randy and Mary. I did a photo shoot wearing signature pieces of
their line. These articles of clothing (as little as they are) are to be personally
signed by me and sold to interested parties for their own use or for gifts for
the ones they love. Look for these photos and lingerie items in my shopping
the past two years, I have been spending half of my time travelling to Toronto
to work on a project that involves the publishing of a series of books titled,
"Where Are They Now". My partner in crime in Canada is a gentleman by the name
of Bert Ridd. You ask what is the connection between me and hockey. Well, I
had to do an appearance (or signing) for Bert at one of the trade shows. I was
coupled with one of these hockey players.We hit it off really well, and he seemed
to warm up to me and my inquisitiveness about the game with ease. Mr. Ridd thought
I would make a good interviewer as these guys soften up when a women who knows
her sports asks them intimate questions about the game. Get it! Gladiator girl,
hockey guy. Well, Bert came up with this concept of me interviewing these legends
of hockey for the book and then finally on video as well. The books entail interesting
interviews, photos and articles of the infamous "old timers" of hockey. We have
also been working on video interviews on legends such as: Rocket Richard, Serge
Servard, Yvon Cournoyer, Gaye Stewart, Guy Lafleur, Red Kelly and many more.
The books are available in my shopping mall at this time, and at a later date
we will have the video series availabe as well. It's quite interesting to hear
their personal view.
my layoff and in between my Toronto gig, I took it upon myself to create a project
of my own. My main passion over the past two years has been creating this television
show called "Rune Sagas, the Voyages of Reya". The show focuses on a big, strong,
female viking warrior, Me! I have been working diligently with the production
company "American Media Group" headed by director/producer Erik Karson. We have
spent months putting together a wonderful and entertaining script, a bible that
consists of 23 episodes, photographs from a location scouting trip that was
taken in Norway and Malta, and the budgeting, etc. I have several pictures available
for you in my shopping area to purchase as well. I really think you will be
interested in reading more about the progress of this show.