Sims in September 2008
|Born||May 25, 1973|
Murray, Kentucky, U.S.
|Residence||Los Angeles, California, U.S.|
Scott Stuber (m. 2011)
|Height||1.77 m (5 ft 9 1⁄2 in)|
Sims was born on May 25, 1973, in Murray, Kentucky, the daughter of Dottie and Jim Sims. She has an older brother, Todd. She is of German descent on her mother's side and English and Cherokee on her father's side. Following her graduation from Murray High School in 1991, Sims enrolled in Vanderbilt University to study political science. In 1993, when Sims was 19 years old, she dropped out to pursue a career in modeling. At Vanderbilt, she was a member of Delta Delta Delta.
Sims was an official spokesmodel for Old Navy ads known for using the tag line "You gotta get this look!" She appeared in the Sports Illustrated "Swimsuit Issue" in 2000, 2001, 2002, 2004 and 2006 as well as MTV's House of Style. In the 2006 issue of Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue she appeared in a photo wearing a bikini designed by Susan Rosen worth $30 million that was made of diamonds. She is a CoverGirl model and is signed to Next Models Management in New York City.
She appeared as Delinda Deline, for all five seasons of the series Las Vegas.
In 2004, Sims launched Grayce by Molly Sims, a jewelry line which consists of necklaces, earrings, rings and bracelets. The collection is available at HSN, Henri Bendel, Scoop, Ron Herman and Matches London.
Sims is a Global Ambassador for Population Services International's Five & Alive program, which addresses health crises facing children under the age of five and their families. She is also an ambassador for Operation Smile.
|2000||House of Style||Host/Herself||TV|
|2002||Andy Richter Controls The Universe||Tracy||Episode: "Holy Sheep"|
|2003||The Twilight Zone||Janet Tyler||Episode: "Eye of the Beholder"|
|2003–2008||Las Vegas||Delinda Deline||TV series|
|2004||Starsky & Hutch||Mrs. Feldman||Film|
|2007||Punk'd||Herself||May 1, 2007|
|2007||Crossing Jordan||Delinda Deline – guest star||Episode: "Crazy Little Thing Called Love"|
|2008||Jizz in My Pants||Digital comedy short|
|2009||The Pink Panther 2||Marguuerite||Film|
|2010||Venus & Vegas||Angie||Film|
|2010||The Rachel Zoe Project||Herself||TV|
|2013||The Carrie Diaries||Vicki Donovan||TV|
|2014||Men at Work||Kelly||TV|
|2015–2016||The View||Herself - Contributor||TV|
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