DONNA D?ERRICO Biography - Theater, Opera and Movie personalities


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Donna D’Errico was born on the 30th of March 1968, in Dothan, Alabama. Before making it to the bathing suit clad Baywatch beaches, Donna considered pursuing a career as an accountant, having excelled in math throughout high school. This blonde beauty made a switch in career paths and moved to Hollywood, hoping to become an actress.


She got more than she bargained for, with magazine covers and several television roles. Before succeeding in Hollywood, Donna was a Las Vegas limo driver, a stripper (for a short period of time) and hit the big league as a Play boy Playmate in September of 1995.


Before landing the role of Donna Marco on the most syndicated show in the world in 1996, Donna D’Errico had several guest appearances on the following television shows: Married With Children, High Tide and Unhappily Ever After.


Donna’s character, Donna Marco, made the crossover to Baywatch Nights, the series spin-off that spawned the career of beautiful actress Angie Harmon. With a major role on both shows, Donna was able to solely focus her attention on her Baywatch character after Baywatch Nights ended. Even though she was working up to 14 hour days while on both shows, Donna loved the challenge that the long hours presented her with and loved being on both shows simultaneously.


Her roles on television didn’t end there. Donna also appeared on the popular television sitcom Sabrina, The Teenage Witch, Talk Soup (as a guest host), and The Big Easy. She can also add roles in films such as Baywatch: White Thunder at Glacier Bay and Men In White in 1998, and Candyman: Day of the Dead in 1999 to her repertoire.


Known for her quick wit and sense of humor, Donna has also been a guest on late night shows such as Late Night With Conan O’Brien and The Tonight Show, and has become a favored guest.


A Play boy cover girl twice, Donna also starred as herself in the Video Playmate Calendar 1999. She was featured in US magazine’s story on “The New Young Hollywood,” in March 1997.


When she is not busy acting, Donna’s other full-time job is as the wife of Motley Crue bassist Nikki Sixx and mother of four children. Donna and her family currently reside in Malibu, California, where she is a nature lover, a believer in homeopathy and participates in a strict weekly swimming regime