One of the more promising young starlets to emerge from the last decade, model-turned-actress Rebecca Gayheart first came to national prominence as "The Noxzema Girl" - the pretty, fresh-faced spokesmodel for Noxzema brand skin products. Blessed with wholesome beauty, a flawless complexion, and that trademark mane of extremely curly hair, the photogenic Gayheart quit modeling in the mid-90's to try her hand at acting. As with many a young ingénue before her, Gayheart started her career in daytime before graduating to primetime, culminating in her biggest role then to date - as Luke Perry's doomed Mafia bride on "Beverly Hills, 90201" (Fox, 1990-2000). By decade's end, Gayheart had accumulated an impressive list of television credits and seemed well on her way. Unfortunately, the actress's promising career was badly derailed in 2001 as the result of a tragic personal tragedy. Thankfully, Gayheart would persevere and following a tragic accident, find personal happiness in a high profile marriage to Dr. McSteamy, himself, actor Eric Dane of "Grey's Anatomy" (ABC, 2005- ).