Kim Marie Alexis|
July 15, 1960
Lockport, New York, U.S.
|Height||1.76 m (5 ft 9 in)|
Jim Stockton 1983–1992 (divorced), 2 sons|
Ron Duguay 1993-?, 1 son
Alexis was born in Lockport, New York, and grew up in the suburbs of Buffalo. Her father, Robert, was a chemical engineer. Her mother's name is Barbara. She also has a sister. She started to be a swimmer at the age of 6 and began to swim competitively through her senior year at Lockport High School. She attended college at the University of Rhode Island, and was accepted into a five-year pharmacy program.
Alexis was one of the top models of the late 1970s and early to mid 1980s, identified along with Gia Carangi, Carol Alt, Patti Hansen, Christie Brinkley, Kelly Emberg, Iman, Janice Dickinson, and Paulina Porizkova. In 1983 she became the face of Revlon's premium Ultima II line, replacing Lauren Hutton.
In the late 1990s, she was host of Daily Edition, a syndicated program distributed by MGM.
In 2005, she appeared on VH1's reality competition But Can They Sing?, where celebrities, who have never sung before, get the chance to perform in front of an audience. Alexis was eliminated in week two.
In 1995, Alexis became the spokeswoman for Alpine Lace Brands, Inc., promoting the company's Alpine Lace low-fat cheese products.
Alexis is divorced from former NHL hockey player Ron Duguay, with whom she has a son, Noah. She also has two sons, Jamie and Bobby, with ex-husband Jim Stockton. Alexis raised her family in Tampa, Florida.
|1992||The Commish||Elaine Thomas|
|1993||Body Bags||Woman with beautiful hair|
|1993||A Perry Mason Mystery: The Case of the Wicked Wives||Nina Morgan Morrison|
|1999||Sunset Beach||Hotel Maid|
- Henry, William A. III (March 4, 1984). "Is This The Face of The 80's (Who, Me?)". Texas, Baytown. The Baytown Sun. p. 103. Retrieved February 17, 2016 – via Newspapers.com.
- Alexis, Kim (1998). A Model for a Better Future. Thomas Nelson Inc. ISBN 0-7852-7456-1.
- Barbara Cloud (November 5, 2007). "Kim Alexis is still enjoying 'model' life". Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Retrieved on August 6, 2008.
- "Tattletales". Kansas, Salina. The Salina Journal. May 20, 1990. p. 78. Retrieved February 18, 2016 – via Newspapers.com.
- "Kim Alexis: New Job". South Carolina, Greenwood. The Index-Journal. September 24, 1998. p. 8. Retrieved February 18, 2016 – via Newspapers.com.
- "Kim Alexis". South Carolina, Greenwood. The Index-Journal. September 1, 1994. p. 5. Retrieved February 17, 2016 – via Newspapers.com.