Born on 14 July 1973– Alley Baggett is an American glamour model, makeup artist and an actress known for Unhappily Ever After (1995), Sin City Spectacular (1998) and Entertainment Tonight (1981).
Baggett was born and raised in Houston, Texas in the United States, to parents of Spanish origin and has two younger brothers, Hector and Brian. She initially had goals of becoming a dancer on Broadway. In junior high, she was tangled in the dance team. While in high school she was on the cheerleading squad, played basketball and partook in the track. To fulfill her dreams of becoming a dancer, she settled in New York, during this time and did jobs such as a cocktail waitress.
She first appeared on the cover of Playboy’s Book of Lingerie in the March/April 1996 issue. Since then, she has appeared on more than twelve Playboy Special Edition covers. She was also featured in British lad mags FHM and Loaded.
Apart from the modeling world, Baggett has worked on television as a WWF Sunday Night Heat commentator on the USA Network and made her appearance on Penn and Teller’s Sin City Spectacular, the WB’s Unhappily Ever After, Telemundo’s The Umberto Show and the Maria Conchita Alonso Show. She has also appeared and performed in music videos for Ricky Martin’s “Shake Your Bon-Bon” and Third Eye Blind’s “Never Let You Go”.
She was featured in a comic book series called “Alley Cat” that was based on a crime-fighting alter-ego “. She has also made her appearance in various car tuning magazines.
Baggett is an active member of The Surfrider Foundation (a non-profit organization where models help to preserve seas and beaches), The Orangutan Foundation International, and The Children of the Night Foundation.
She states her favourite avocations to be rock climbing, biking, listening to music and going to the movies.