Lanisha Cole

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Lanisha Diane Cole (born February 13, 1982 in Pasadena, California) is an American model who has been most recognizable as a rotating model on the game show The Price Is Right[1] in both the Bob Barker and Drew Carey eras. She has also appeared in several hip-hop and rap music videos, and had a minor part in the movie Soul Plane. After her stint on The Price Is Right as a model, Cole joined the cast of the television series Fact or Faked: Paranormal Files.[2]

Cole is of Panamanian descent.

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  • She was a model on the NBC prime time game show, Deal or No Deal, holding case 15. She left during its second season, but returned during the third season as a substitute.
  • She was the lead video girl in Jon B's 2001 video "Don't Talk", The Roots' "Break You Off", Pharrell' "Frontin', Avant "My First Love" and in N*E*R*D' "Maybe" and Eric Benet's "Never Want to Live Without You", Dru Hill's "I Should Be...", and Trey Songz's "Last Time"
  • During the promo for Let's Make a Deal which was filmed on the The Price is Right set, Wayne Brady carries her off the stage.
  • She dated ?uestlove of The Roots.
  • She currently has filed a lawsuit claiming she was sexually harassed by two producers for The Price is Right game show; Michael G. Richards and Adam Sandler (not the actors).[3]

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