Rachel Hunter Poster


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Overview (2)

Born in Auckland, New Zealand
Height 5' 10" (1.78 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Rachel Hunter was born on September 9, 1969 in Auckland, New Zealand. She is an actress and producer, known for The Benchwarmers (2006), Rock Star (2001) and Dead Write (2007). She was previously married to Rod Stewart.

Spouse (1)

Rod Stewart (15 December 1990 - 2 November 2006) (divorced) (2 children)

Trade Mark (1)

Statuesque, model-like figure

Trivia (11)

Started modeling at age 16 and quit in 1994 to start studying acting.
Has two children with Rod Stewart - Renee (b. 1993) and Liam (b. 1995).
Has a tattoo on her lower back of the bee logo for her production company, Bee Knees
Ambassador to The Born Free Foundation. Established The Rachel Hunter Lowland Gorilla Fund.
Was a Sports Illustrated Swimsuit model in the late 1980s.
When she was 17, she was asked by Playboy to pose for them. She felt she was too young at the time so she turned the offer down. In the pictorial she did in 2004, she was paid $1.8 million US. The pictures will be featured in a special music edition for later in 2004. She will only pose topless.
One of the top fashion models of the 1980s.
Along with Nicole Richie, Beyoncé, Veronica Webb, Kelly Osbourne, Angie Everhart, Alexandra Richards, Irina Pantaeva, Marisa Miller, Wyclef Jean, Naomi Campbell and Janice Dickinson, she participated in the "Fashion for Relief" show on 16 September, 2005 in New York, a benefit for AmeriCares to support victims for Hurricane Katrina. Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale were among the celebrities who attended.
Her engagement to Canadian hockey star Jarret Stoll, 27, has been broken off by him. They became engaged in 2008 after dating two years [June 24, 2009].
She and Rod Stewart separated in 1999.
On location in Ozark, Missouri, shooting Larva (2005), a movie for the Sci-Fi Channel. Co-stars are David Selby and Robert Miano. It is due to be released sometime in 2004. [November 2003]

Personal Quotes (1)

"You can't really expect a 22-year-old girl to react the same way as a man 24 years older than her". - on life with Rod Stewart.

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