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  AskMen.com - Cheryl Tiegs
Tiegs is a living legend in the fashion world as a supermodel pioneer and her notable relationship with Sports Illustrated cemented her status as a timeless cover girl.
Cheryl Tiegs is the Queen of the modern supermodel.
Born on September 25, 1947, Cheryl Tiegs was raised in a modest home as the daughter of a florist and a mortician.
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 Cheryl Tiegs Biography - Biography.com
Tiegs attended the local public high school, where she was a pep rally leader and played violin in the orchestra.
In 1980, Tiegs published The Way to Natural Beauty and began using her name and knowledge of fashion to create signature designs for Sears, Roebuck and Co.With in a year, the Cheryl Tiegs casual sportswear line was sold at over 700 stores nationwide and accounted for an estimated $100 million in revenue.
Tiegs’ clothing line was discontinued in 1989, at which time she signed on as the spokesperson for Light ‘n’ Lively yogurt.
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 Cheryl Tiegs Biography (Model) — FactMonster.com
Cheryl Tiegs was perhaps the most famous American model of the 1970s.
Tiegs continued to model in her 40s and 50s and developed her own signature line of wigs for Revlon.
Tiegs and her fourth husband, Rod Stryker, had twins by a surrogate mother in July of 2000, when Tiegs was 52; the boys were named Jaden and Theo.
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 Cheryl Tiegs on aging.
Cheryl Tiegs, the highest-paid supermodel in the '70s, is now 51 years old.
Cheryl feels she is in better shape than she was when she was 20.
Cheryl is willing to talk about plastic surgery with her girlfriends, but she says it will never go beyond talk.
www.oprah.com /rys/journeys/rys_journeys_20000505.jhtml   (257 words)

  
 AskMen.com - Cheryl Tiegs pictures
Tiegs is an introvert at heart and was never comfortable in the glare of the public and media spotlight.
There is no evidence to suggest that Tiegs is a glamour hound or fashion fiend, although you can bet that she has an array of designers at her disposal should she require an outfit for a big red carpet event.
A practitioner of yoga, Tiegs has embraced a holistic, tranquil approach to life and despite the hardship of a fourth divorce in February of 2002 (to her yoga instructor husband no less), she has an aura of class about her.
www.askmen.com /women/models_100/139b_cheryl_tiegs.html   (980 words)

  
 Cheryl Tiegs: 1981-1989
Cheryl Tiegs is credited with bringing a more healthy and athletic appearance to the face of the modeling world in the 1970s and early 1980s.
Indeed, Tiegs' athletic shape was good enough to land her on the cover of Sports Illustrated's coveted swimsuit issue three times (1970, 1975 and 1983).
Press releases from the 1981 launch of the Cheryl Tiegs clothing collection reported that Tiegs worked closely with the company in the styling, fit and colors of the apparel line.
www.searsarchives.com /brands/cheryltiegs.htm   (166 words)

  
 Cheryl Tiegs at the Museum of Menstruation and Women's health
Cheryl Tiegs is an American model whose photos have ranged from high-fashion clothing to "cheesecake," which are sexy pictures exposing much skin, but not pornographic - you know what I mean, which I think is what an attorney general of the United States once said when confronted with the same question.
Like actresses Carol Lynley and Susan Dey, Tiegs had a doll made in her image, although it doesn't look like her.
Tiegs posed for the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue (Cathy Rigby and Mary Lou Retton also made Sports Illustrated), although I doubt this picture is from that magazine.
www.mum.org /tiegs.htm   (742 words)

  
 Cheryl Tiegs: A Who2 Profile
A blue-eyed honey blonde with sporty good looks, she debuted on the cover of Glamour at age 17, and later appeared on the covers of major magazines from Cosmopolitan to Time.
She also became a staple of the annual Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue, causing a ruckus in 1978 when she appeared in revealing fishnet bathing suit.
Tiegs joins fellow cover girls Elle Macpherson and Kathy Ireland in our loop on Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Models.
www.who2.com /cheryltiegs.html   (249 words)

  
 Buy.com - Brown Bunny-Superbit : DVD : Vincent Gallo : Cheryl Tiegs : Vincent Gallo : Sony Pictures
After finishing a motorcycle race in New Hampshire, Bud Clay (Vincent Gallo) loads his racing bike into the back of his van and begins a cross-country odyssey to Los Angeles, where he is to compete in another race.
During his trip, he meets three very different women: Violet, a wholesome all-American gas station attendant; Lilly (Cheryl Tiegs), a fellow lost soul he connects with at a highway rest stop; and Rose, a Las Vegas prostitute.
The cross-country trip includes stops at a gas station, where Clay meets and falls for a gas station attendant named Violet (Anna Vareschi); a roadside food stand, where he meets the sadly beautiful Lilly (Cheryl Tiegs, making her feature-film debut); and the Las Vegas strip, where he picks up local prostitute Rose (Elizabeth Blake).
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 Cheryl Tiegs   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
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 Amy Ridenour's National Center Blog: Dick Cheney and Cheryl Tiegs: More Alike Than you Might Think
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Dick Cheney and Cheryl Tiegs: More Alike Than you Might Think
www.nationalcenter.org /2004/10/dick-cheney-and-cheryl-tiegs-more.html   (175 words)

  
 Cheryl Tiegs - FamousWhy
- Betty Boo puts boot into Cheryl (by Daily News)
Cheryl Tiegs was born on September 25, 1947 in Breckenridge, Minnesota, USA.
She grew up in California, where she attended the Alabama High School.
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 Cheryl Tiegs covers 1970 1975 1983 Kristy Swanson
Cheryl Tiegs covers 1970 1975 1983 Kristy Swanson
Veronica Varekova Still another Czech and SI cover girl
Petra Nemcova Czech also 2003 SI cover model
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