Model-turned-actor Angie Everhart is better known for the famous love interests she's had than for her body of work. Everhart ended up in the modeling industry after her mother submitted candid photos of her daughter to a modeling agency, and the vivacious redhead was on the catwalks in Paris by the time she was 17. A horseback riding accident broke Everhart's back two years later, and she had to learn how to walk again. In 1993, she made her acting debut as the "Video Babe" in the Arnold Schwarzenegger vehicle "The Last Action Hero." Everhart has also appeared in "Jade," the straight-to-video sequel "The Substitute: Failure Is Not an Option," and a handful of low-budget thrillers. She has been a reality television staple, participating in "Celebrity Mole: Yucatan," "The Real Gilligan's Island," and "The Ex-Wives Club."