Bergman with husband David Boreanaz in May 2006
|Other names||Jaime Boreanaz|
David Boreanaz (m. 2001)
|Playboy centerfold appearance|
|Preceded by||Nicole, Erica, and Jaclyn Dahm|
|Succeeded by||Stacy Marie Fuson|
Jaime Boreanaz (née Bergman; born September 23, 1975) is an American model and actress who was Playboy magazine's Playmate of the Month in January 1999, its 45th Anniversary issue. In addition to her magazine appearance she has appeared in several Playboy videos.
From 2000 to 2002, Bergman played the character of “B. J. Cummings” in the Howard Stern Baywatch spoof, Son of the Beach. In July 2000, she appeared on the cover of Playboy and in a new nude pictorial inside to promote the show.
Bergman was born in Salt Lake City, Utah. She married actor David Boreanaz on November 24, 2001. They have a son, Jaden Rayne (born May 1, 2002), and a daughter, born in August 2009whose name was later changed.
For Valentine's Day 2013, she legally changed her last name to Boreanaz as a gift to her husband and children.
In 2013, Jaime, David, and their friends Melissa and Aaron Ravo started a nail polish line called Chrome Girl. The two wives run the day-to-day operations while their husbands help with the overall business. 
|2017||Bones||Episode: "The Steel in the Wheels"||Dawn Skaggs|
|2004||Angel||Episode: "Time Bomb"||Amanda|
|2004||It's All Relative||Episode: "Who's Camping Now"||Sasha|
|2000||Brutally Normal||Episode: "Mouth Full of Warm Roses"||Merrill|
|2000||Shasta McNasty||Episode: "Leo Is a Pain In My Ass"||Girl #2|
|2000–02||Son of the Beach||42 Episodes||BJ Cummings|
|2002||Dawson's Creek||Episode: "Ego Tripping at the Gates of Hell"||Denise|
|1999||The Love Boat: The Next Wave||Episode: "Trances of a Lifetime"||Woman|
|1999||Beverly Hills, 90210||Episode: "The Loo-Ouch"||Trish Jansen|
|2009||Screwball: The Ted Whitfield Story||Kim Dominguez|
|2004||Boa vs. Python||Monica Bonds|
|2003||Knee High P.I.||Candi MacIntyre|
|2003||Pauly Shore Is Dead||Zoey Abernacky|
|2000||Daybreak a.k.a. Rapid Transit||Suzy|
|2000||Gone in 60 Seconds||Blonde in Drag Race|
|1999||Any Given Sunday||Party Girl|
|1999||Speedway Junky||Bombshell #1|
Appearances in Playboy Special Editions
- Playboy's Playmate Review — August 2000, pp. 4–11.
- Playboy's Playmates in Bed — October 2000, pp. 10–13.
- Playboy's Wet & Wild — January 2001, pp. 2–3 & 44–45.
- Playboy's Sexy Celebrities — February 2001, pp. 48–51.
- Playboy's Nude Playmates — April 2001, pp. 60–63.
- Playboy's Book of Lingerie — May 2001, pp. 76–79.
- "Playmate data". Retrieved February 1, 2010.
- "Mascots Vie to Be No. 1 Ad Icon". 2006-01-06. Retrieved February 2, 2010.
- Keck, William (December 12, 2005). "'Bones' star aims for realism". USA Today. Retrieved February 2, 2010.
- Garcia, Jennifer (May 6, 2010). "David Boreanaz's Wife: I'm Still Angry". People. Retrieved October 27, 2019.
- Michaud, Sarah (September 1, 2019). "David Boreanaz and His Wife Welcome a Girl". People. Retrieved October 27, 2019.
- "Names that come to Life | The Name Station". Thenamestation.wordpress.com. November 29, 2011. Retrieved April 2, 2014.
- "Family Photo: David Boreanaz's Shopgirls". People. November 8, 2010. Retrieved April 2, 2014.
- Boreanaz, Jamie [@jaimeboreanaz] (February 15, 2013). "My Valentine gift to @david_boreanaz and the kids was legally changing my name to Boreanaz. I am officially, Jaime Boreanaz!" (Tweet). Retrieved April 2, 2014 – via Twitter.
- "Chrome Girl: About Us". Chromegirl.com. Archived from the original on January 25, 2015. Retrieved April 2, 2014.
- "How David Boreanaz Helps Wife's Nontoxic Nail Polish Brand Chrome Girl". La-confidential-magazine.com. Retrieved April 2, 2014.
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