Internationally known as the 'Queen of the Internet," glamorous model-actress-spokesperson Cindy Margolis achieved international fame at the turn of the millennium after becoming the "Most Downloaded Celebrity on the Internet. " A natural self-marketer, Margolis jumpstarted her modeling career with a line of her own sexy greeting cards while still in college. By the early-1990s she was one of the most popular pin-up models in the country and could be seen making appearances on hit shows like "Married... with Children" (Fox, 1987-1997) and "Baywatch" (syndicated, 1989-2001). Margolis further cemented her iconic status with an appearance as a Fembot in Mike Myers' hit comedy "Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery" (1997) and briefly hosted "The Cindy Margolis Show" (UPN, 2000) prior to posing for a pair of nude pictorials in Playboy in 2006 and again in 2008. Personal struggles with infertility led to an admirably candid Margolis penning a book on the subject and becoming the spokesperson for a national organization devoted to addressing the issue. Arguably a late entrant into the realm of reality television, the former pin-up star took part on series like "Seducing Cindy" (Fox Reality Channel, 2010) and "Beverly Hills Nannies" (ABC Family, 2012) with varying degrees of success. Though eternally associated with the early boom days of the Internet, Margolis' innate talent for self-promotion and survival assured that she would remain a pop culture presence for years to come.