|Born||February 9, 1961
Cindy Guyer is an American model and actress. She is from Stamford, Connecticut.
Guyer is most famous for being a cover model for Nancy Drew romance novels, appearing on over 2000 book and magazine covers. She was a presenter on the 2005 game-show/reality television series Mr. Romance.
Guyer had a short engagement to actor Corey Haim in 2000. Haim proposed to Guyer two days after they met at a Chicago autograph show. Guyer spoke out about Haim's obsessive behaviour after he allegedly threw her against a car, leaving her needing stitches on her chin. Haim reportedly wept afterward as he apologized. "I saw a sweet little person in there that really needed help," said Guyer. Fearing his volatile mood swings, she paid to book him into the Betty Ford Center, but Haim left after eight days and their relationship soon disintegrated. Haim began to harass Guyer at her apartment, and she was forced to change her phone number and instruct her doorman not to admit him. "We almost knew it was going to happen," Guyer said of his death. "He had a devil inside him, and the devil was the drug."
Divorced from Andrew Catapano.
Film and television appearances
- The Perfect Nanny (2000) as Mandy
- Hit and Runway (1999) as Model Hostage
- "Martial Law" (1998) as Bunny (1 episode – Lock-Up)
- Summer of Fun (1997)
- The Mirror Has Two Faces (1996) as Taxi Stealer
- Space Ghost Coast to Coast (1994) as Herself (1 episode – Punch)
- Soldier's Fortune (1991) (as Cynthia Guyer) as Jennifer
- Cool Blue (1990) as Girl in Gallery
- Psycho Cop (1989) (as Cynthia Guyer) as Julie
- Warm Summer Rain (1989) as Nurse 1
- Jack's Back (1988) as Neighbor
- the Millionaire Matchmaker (Herself)
- Fleming, Kirsten (February 8, 2009). "Queen of Hearts". New York Post. Retrieved August 12, 2010.
- "Randy Ritchwood Crowned Oxygen's First Mr. Romance". About.com. April 19, 2005. Retrieved November 30, 2010.
- "Corey Haim dead at 38". talktalk.co.uk. March 10, 2010.
- "Cindy Guyer on Page Six, 2001". New York Post. 2001. Retrieved April 15, 2010.
- "Dope made Corey Haim a monster". New York Post. March 13, 2010. Retrieved April 15, 2010.
- "Corey Haim ex-fiancée: I knew he was going to die". Life and Style. March 25, 2010. Retrieved March 26, 2010.
- IMDB page
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