Born in Breckenridge, Minnesota, Tiegs was an iconic figure of pop culture during the 1970s. She was the first American Supermodel who graced the covers of Time, and the swimsuit issue of Sports Illustrated. She had a break in modeling when she posed for a swimsuit ad when she was just 17 years old.
Glamour magazine’s editorial staff bypassed the traditional process of hiring her and instead booked her immediately on a shoot with Ali McGraw. The rest, as they say, is history. The iconic supermodel appeared on the cover pages of Vogue and other major magazines throughout the years. Need we say more?
Kurt Cobain And Courtney Love
Young love, anyone? Here’s a 1992 photo of Nirvana’s Kurt Cobain and Hole’s Courtney Love. the couple met in 1990 at a nightclub in London. Although Cobain liked Love, he refused her advances.
"I was determined to be a bachelor for a few months [...] But I knew that I liked Courtney so much right away that it was a really hard struggle to stay away from her for so many months," he said. In 1994, just two years after they were married, Cobain took his own life at the age of 27. His battle with depression and substances consumed him.
Hugh Hefner With Playboy ‘Bunnies’ Penny Marshall And Carrie Fisher
Here’s the story behind this classic, sexy photo: In 1982, Carrie Fisher made an appearance on ABC sitcom, "Laverne & Shirley," in an episode called, “The Playboy Show.” When Rhonda asks Laverne to get a job application for her at the nearest Playboy Bunny Club, the unexpected happens—it’s Laverne who receives the job offer and accepts it, despite her father’s objections.
In said episode, Hugh Hefner makes a cameo, together with Carrie Fisher, as she renders her awkward performance of "My Guy.” The show had a successful run for eight seasons and earned nominations from the Golden Globes and Primetime Emmy awards.
Nicole Eggert Of "Who's the Boss?"
Nicole Elizabeth Eggert started her career in the movie industry at a young age. She landed a role as Candice Bergen’s daughter in the movie, "Rich and Famous," when she was just eight years old. From there, her acting talent was noticed and from 1985 to 1986, she had a recurring role as Marci Ferguson on the American sitcom, "Who’s the Boss?"
In 1989, she hosted the Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards and became the first guest star in "The Super Mario Bros. Super Show!" Did we mention Eggert’s notable roles include Summer Quinn on the popular TV series, "Baywatch," and Jamie Powell on "Charles in Charge?"
Pam Grier, The First Female Action Star
Pam Grier earned popularity back in the 1970s when she starred in a string of “blaxploitation” films. Considered the first real female action star, Grier had notable roles in movies like "Foxy Brown," "Sheba Shayne," and "The Big Bird Cage." After starring in Quentin Tarantino’s film, Jackie Brown, in the late 1990s, she received nominations for Golden Globe and SAG awards.
The talented actress also appeared on Showtime’s "The L Word," and makes occasional guest appearances on "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit." What do you think about her villain role on the hit series "Smallville?" Indeed, Pam Grier is a natural when it comes to showcasing her world-class talent on TV and in movies.