A Kiwi beauty, Rachel Hunter became an international supermodel, conquering the United States with her sultry Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue appearances. Although he was more than twice her age, she famously married rocker Rod Stewart in 1990, and they welcomed two children before officially calling it quits in 2006. Moving from modeling to acting, Hunter booked small roles in high-profile films like "Rock Star" (2001) and "The Benchwarmers" (2006) and starred as "Stacy's Mom" in the Fountains of Wayne music video, but had better luck in reality television. She earned her judging and hosting stripes on such projects as "Are You Hot? The Search for America's Sexiest People" (ABC, 2003), "Style Me with Rachel Hunter" (WE tv, 2006), the British version of "Make Me a Supermodel" (Five, 2005-06), "She's Got the Look" (TV Land, 2008-2010) and "RuPaul's Drag Race" (Logo, 2009- ). Hunter also competed on several reality shows, including "The Real Gilligan's Island" (TBS, 2004-05), "Dancing with the Stars" (ABC, 2005- ), "Strictly Come Dancing" (BBC One, 2004- ) and "Celebrity Circus" (NBC, 2008). Dedicated to supporting charities that benefited animals, Hunter also occasionally earned more straightforward acting roles, and was a series regular on the suicide-survivors comedy series "Gravity" (Starz, 2010). As charming as she was beautiful, Rachel Hunter outlasted many of her glamorous contemporaries to build an interesting and varied life both on- and off-screen.