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Supermodel Rebecca Romijn-Stamos NAME: Rebecca Romijn-Stamos (Romijn is pronounced "row-main," like the lettuce.)
HEIGHT: 5'11"
WEIGHT: 126 lbs
HAIR: Blonde
EYES: Blue
BORN: November 6, 1972 in Berkeley, California.

DISCOVERED: While attending University in Santa Cruz, CA in 1995, majoring in music and struggling to pay bills, Rebecca signed up with a San Francisco modeling agency. Two months later she found herself on the runway in Paris. Rebecca then quit school to pursue modeling. She landed a Miller Light fantasy-girl spot and by fall she had modeling contracts with Escada and Christian Dior as the body flaunting their haute couture and sport lines. Rebecca got another big break in 1996 when she began modeling for Victoria's Secret.

AGENCY: New York-Next

RÉSUMÉ: Rebecca models for Tommy Hilfiger, Sports Illustrated, Victoria's Secret, Escada and Christian Dior. In Feb 1997, Rebecca appeared on the now infamous cover of GQ with Dennis Rodman (she wore bikini bottoms and Dennis Rodman had his hand's on her chest.)

Supermodel Rebecca Romijn-Stamos Rebecca hosted MTV's House of Style, appeared in Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me and an episode of Friends as Ross' girlfriend. She appeared as David Spade's love interest on Just Shoot Me, playing a model. In 1998, she had a role in the TV movie Hefner: Unauthorized, as Hef's former Playmate wife--a model. She went blue as Mystique in X-Men, where she was nude but covered in body paint--she had one line.

KNOWN FOR: Her curvacious body in the sexy Sports Illustrated and Victoria's Secret photos.

HOME: Malibu, California where she lives with her husband.

SWEETIE: Had a 10 year relationship with and was married to actor John Stamos. John and Rebecca met in 1994 at a Victoria's Secret fashion show and began dating two months later. They married in September 1998 and broke up in June 2004.

Images of Rebecca Romijn-Stamos are copyright © left to right: British Vogue magazine, Cosmopolitan magazine and Sports Illustrated