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Tawny’s 1st significant work away from home was in modeling, especially in modeling blue jeans.

She began her acting career in 1983 with a minor role in a television movie, Malibu. In 1984, she starred as the title character of the erotic-adventure movie the Perils of Gwendoline (a.k.a. Gwendoline), she as well co-starred in the movie Bachelor Party as the bride-to-be of a young Tom Hanks and was the star of the 1986 horror movie Witchboard.

Kitaen before long became associated with the “hair metal” scene. Decked in ripped up clothes, she appeared on the cearlier mentioned of the band Ratt’s self-titled EP and breakthrough album, Out of the Cellar and dated guitarist Robbin Crosby. In 1987, she appeared in the band Whitesnake’s music video “Here I Go Again,” in which she did the splits and rolled around on the hood of a Jaguar wearing a white negligee. She also appeared in promotional videos for Whitesnake’s “Is This Love” in 1987, and in 1989 appeared in videos for “Fool For Your Loving” and “Deeper The Love.” Kitaen married the band’s contribute singer David Coverdale in 1989, but the two divorced in 1991.

Riding the publicity from her music-video appearances, Kitaen took on a number of television roles. She was co-host of America’s Funniest People with Dave Coulier from 1992 to 1994, and she was a normal cast member on The New WKRP in Cincinnati from 1991 to 1993. She guest-starred in an episode of the sitcom Seinfeld in 1991 and in an episode of Married… with Children in 1994. She had a recurring role as Deianira in three of the Kevin Sorbo Hercules television movies in 1994, and then in the regular television series Hercules: The Legendary Journeys. From 1992 until 1996, she provided the voice of “Annabelle” in the animated television show Eek! The Cat.

Tawny Kitaen in the Whitesnake music video “Here I Go Again”After her marriage to Coverdale ended, Kitaen was romantically linked at various moments to Tommy Lee, O.J. Simpson, Jerry Seinfeld, Chuck Finley, and Jon Stewart. She married baseball pitcher Chuck Finley in 1997. She and Finley had two daughters together — Wynter Finley in 1993 and Raine Finley in 1996 — and the parents appeared in a feature of professional athletes and their wives in the 1999 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue.

Tawny was one of the cast of the sixth edition of The Surreal Life, a reality television show on VH-1, which began airing in March 2006. In one episode of The Surreal Life, Tawny verbally attacked Florence Henderson of The Brady Bunch fame to the dismay of her fellow castmates and the studio audience. In the season finale, she blew up over a phone call when she was told her fiance had her assistant, Kevin, fired considering that Kevin was heading to tell her that her fiance was allegedly sleeping with her manager.

NameTawny Kitaen
Height5' 7
Date of Birth5 August 1961,
Place of BirthSan Diego, California, USA
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