Donna D'Errico

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Donna D'Errico
Donna D'Errico and Jeremy Jackson.jpg
D'Errico & Jeremy Jackson at the Baywatch Reunion DVD Release Party, October 2006
Born (1968-03-30) March 30, 1968 (age 48)
Dothan, Alabama, U.S.[1]
Nationality American
Occupation Model, actress[2]
Spouse(s) Nikki Sixx[2] (1996-2007; divorced)
Children 2
Playboy centerfold appearance
September 1995[2]
Preceded by Rachel Jeán Marteen
Succeeded by Alicia Rickter
Personal details
Measurements Bust: 34 in (86 cm)[1]
Waist: 22 in (56 cm)
Hips: 34 in (86 cm)
Height 5 ft 5 in (1.65 m)[1]
Weight 110 lb (50 kg; 7.9 st)

Donna D'Errico (born March 30, 1968) is an American actress and model who posed for Playboy magazine as its Playmate of the Month for September 1995[1] and had a starring role (1996-1998) on the television series Baywatch.[2] She continues to act in films and on television.


Before appearing in Playboy, D'Errico had a Las Vegas-based limousine company.[3] When Playboy chose her as its Playmate of the Month for September 1995[2], her centerfold was photographed by Richard Fegley.[1]

D'Errico was chosen for a starring role on the television series Baywatch, as "Donna Marco" for two seasons[2], from 1996 to 1998. One installment of the program dealt with her Playboy layout. She was also a host of the show Battlebots and starred in Candyman: Day of the Dead.[2] For a time, D'Errico owned Zen Spa, a day spa in Calabasas, California.[4][5] After leaving Baywatch, she appeared in independent films, including Intervention, Inconceivable, and The Making of Plus One alongside Andie MacDowell, Jennifer Tilly, Colm Feore, and Elizabeth McGovern.

Personal life[edit]

D'Errico divorced rock musician Nikki Sixx in 2007, after nine years of marriage.[2][6] They had separated shortly after their daughter Frankie Jean's birth in 2000 (age 16–17), and they reconciled months later when Sixx completed rehabilitation for chemical dependence.[citation needed] The two separated again on April 27, 2006 - with D'Errico filing for divorce, and they divorced in June 2007.[citation needed] D'Errico had been in another relationship, from which her son, Rhyan, had been born in 1993.[6][7]

D'Errico subsequently described herself as a devout Roman Catholic who attends Mass weekly and prays the Rosary every night with her children.[8] When asked how her renewed Catholic faith related to her past, she said, "I’ve made mistakes and choices in my past that I wouldn’t make today. That's a chapter in my life that I’ve closed the door on. It's like that's another person. It's not who I am today."[8]

Mount Ararat expedition[edit]

In 2011, D'Errico said she was in training to fulfill a long-held dream of climbing Mount Ararat in Turkey in search of the frozen remains of Noah's ark.[9] D'Errico climbed Mount Ararat in mid-2012, returning home to the U.S. in August, having suffered a "major fall" near the end of the climb.[10] She later produced a documentary about the expedition.[citation needed]


Year Title Role Notes
2016 Roadies Roberta aka Red Velvet TV Series, Episode 4
2015 "Only God Can" Coley
2010 The Making of Plus One Lawyer
2008 Inconceivable Elsa Roxanne Gold
2007 Intervention Pamela
2006 Celebrity Paranormal Project 1 episode
2004 Reno 911! New Johnson - Deputy Barbara Cooper 1 episode
Comic Book: The Movie Liberty Lass/Papaya Smith
2002 Kiss the Bride Officer Daisy
Austin Powers in Goldmember Female Vendor billed as Donna D'Errico-Sixx
2000 BattleBots Host TV series
1999 Candyman: Day of the Dead Caroline McKeever Released directly to video
1998 Holding the Baby Heather 1 episode
Men in White Press Secretary TV
Nick Freno: Licensed Teacher Samantha 4 episodes
Baywatch: White Thunder at Glacier Bay Donna Marco Released directly to video
1996–1998 Baywatch Donna Marco 18 episodes
1997 Sabrina, the Teenage Witch Nurse Nancy/Carol 2 episodes
1996–1997 Baywatch Nights Donna Marco 34 episodes
1996 High Tide Blonde Waitress 1 episode
1995 Married... with Children Helga 1 episode
Unhappily Ever After Fantasy Girl #1 1 episode


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