Hovering somewhere in the middle of the growing echelon of reality television stars, Kristin Cavallari followed a familiar path of episodic series guest work, direct-to-DVD features and repeated retur...
Denver, Colorado, USA
|America's Next Top Model||2013 2001 - 2013||Actor||Guest Judge||20137|
|Get This Party Started||2005 2004 - 2005||Host||n/a||20055|
|Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County||2006 2003 - 2006||Actor||Herself||20067|
|The Hills||2009 2004 - 2009||Actor||Herself||20097|
|Dancing With the Stars||2013 2003 - 2013||Actor||Celebrity Participant||20137|
|The Middle||2013 2008 - 2013||Actor||Ms Devereaux||20137|
|The Showbiz Show with David Spade||2006 2004 - 2006||Actor||Correspondent||20067|
|Van Wilder 3 : Freshman Year||2014||Actor||Kaitlin Hayes||20147|
|CSI: New York||2012 2003 - 2012||Actor||Isabelle Vaughn||20127|
|The League||2014 2008 - 2014||Actor||Herself||20147|
|VH1 Big in '05 Awards||2005 2004 - 2005||Actor||n/a||20057|
|Cane||2007 2006 - 2007||Actor||Casey||20077|
|Spring Breakdown||2008||Actor||Seven #3||20087|
|Veronica Mars||2006 2003 - 2006||Actor||Kylie Marker||20067|
|The 2006 Teen Choice Awards||2005 2004 - 2005||Actor||n/a||20057|
|2009 MTV Video Music Awards||2009 2008 - 2009||Actor||Presenter||20097|
|Nickelodeon's 19th Annual Kids' Choice Awards||2005 2004 - 2005||Actor||n/a||20057|
|Featured as one of the central cast members on MTV's reality series "Laguna Beach: The Real O.C."; was the narrator for season two|
|Joined the sixth and final season of "The Hills" (MTV)|
|Landed a hosting gig on the short-lived, "Get This Party Started" (UPN); cancelled after just two episodes|
|Joined the 13th season of ABC's "Dancing With the Stars"|
|Appeared in a music video for Teddy Geiger's single, "For You I Will (Confidence)"|
|Feature acting debut, "Fingerprints"|
|Appeared on several episodes of the fifth season of "The Hills" (MTV)|
Kristin Elizabeth Cavallari was born on Jan.14, 1987. Contrary to popular belief, the actress was not born in Orange County, CA. She grew up in Denver, CO until her parents divorced, then relocated to Illinois with her mother. A few years later, she joined her father in Laguna Beach in the "O.C." She attended a private Catholic school until transferring to Laguna Beach High her sophomore year of high school. It was while attending this school that Cavallari and several schoolmates were chosen by producers to be in a reality show for MTV that documented Orange County teens' everyday lives, not unlike "The O.C." (Fox, 2003-07), a fictionalized drama series that had enjoyed a tremendous following and made stars of its cast, including Mischa Barton and Rachel Bilson. The music-themed network may have marketed "Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County" (MTV, 2004-06) as a reality series where the characters and situations were real, but some critics and audiences wondered whether plotlines and conversations were actually scripted.
Cavallari was in her junior year of high school when the first season of "Laguna Beach" taped. At the time, she had a romantic interest in Stephen Coletti, a senior at Laguna Beach High, and a rivalry with an archetypical Southern California senior, Lauren Conrad. The love triangle became the show's central plotline, and moving forward, the second season showed a more mature and confident Cavallari. The bubbly blonde flirted her way into everyone's hearts on and off the show and seemed poised for reality TV icon status. When the second season of "Laguna Beach" wrapped, Cavallari was offered a hosting stint on the short-lived makeover show, "Get This Party Started" (UPN, 2006). When initial ratings placed it firmly in the Nielsen basement, the series was cancelled after only two episodes, but Cavallari sought out numerous projects and made her presence in Hollywood known. She appeared that same year in the music video for singer Teddy Geiger's song "For You I Will (Confidence)," and also guested on the teen-angst mystery/drama series, "Veronica Mars" (UPN, 2004-06/The CW, 2006-07) in 2006, starring as high school student Kylie Marker.
Encouraged by her stint on "Veronica Mars," Cavallari made a concerted attempt to transition out of her reality star status with roles in the low-budget horror feature "Fingerprints" (2006) and the made-for-TV comedy "Cheerleader Camp" (MTV, 2007). Other acting gigs came in the form of guest turns on such series as the short-lived Latino-themed "Cane" (CBS, 2007) and the popular forensic crime procedural "CSI: NY" (CBS, 2004- ). Cavallari returned to reality TV when she joined her old rival, Conrad, and the cast of "The Hills" (MTV, 2006-2010) for its final two seasons in 2009. Keeping busy, she also appeared in a trio of little-seen sex comedy features, "Spring Breakdown" (2009), "Wild Cherry" (2009) and the direct-to-DVD sequel "Van Wilder: Freshman Year" (2009). As she geared up for the new decade, Cavallari picked up a brief guest turn as a beautiful, yet clueless, high school teacher in a 2011 episode of the Patricia Heaton family sitcom "The Middle" (ABC, 2009- ). In August of that year, it was announced the starlet would be joining the season 13 cast of "Dancing with the Stars" (ABC, 2005- ).
|Stephen Colletti||Companion||Had an on-again, off-again relationship from 2002-2004 that was chronicled on "Laguna Beach" (MTV)|
|Jay Cutler||Companion||Met August 2010; Engaged over Easter weekend in 2011 while they were on vacation in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico|
|Camden Cutler||Son||Born Aug. 8, 2012; father, Jay Cutler|
|Brody Jenner||Companion||Had on-again, off-again relationship from 2005-2006; Son of Olympic swimmer Bruce Jenner and actress Linda Thompson; Featured with brother in FOX's reality show, "Princes of Malibu" and the MTV reality show "The Hills"|
|Nick Lachey||Companion||Rumored to have dated 2006|
|Matt Leinart||Companion||USC quarterback and Heisman Trophy winner; Rumored to have briefly dated in the Fall of 2004; No longer together|
|Nick Zano||Companion||Starred in the WB series, "What I Like About You"; Dated from 2006-2007|
|University of Southern California|
|Loyola Marymount University|
|Laguna Beach High School|
|In 2006, named No. 23 on Maxim magazine's annual "Hot 100 List."|
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