Angelica Bridges
Birth Date:
November 20, 1973
Birth Place:
Harrisonville, Missouri, USA
5' 8½''
Famous for:
Model of Elite Modelling Agency
Actress, Singer
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American actress, model and singer Angelica Bridges is perhaps best known for playing Lt.  Taylor Walsh on “Baywatch” (1997-1998). On her first day on the series, she recalled, “On my first day of work, I had to revive Michael Bergin. It was also his first week on the programme and he wasn't used to getting mouth-to-mouth. I was really into character, my lips were on his and I was blowing while trying to remember everything from CPR class. Then, all of a sudden, this fool starts puckering his lips and kissing me.”

Bridges was featured on a pictorial spread in Playboy magazine's November 2001 issue and appeared as the issue's cover model. She also had a role on “The Bold and the Beautiful” (2004) and made guest appearances in many TV shows. Recently starring in the film “Batgirl Rises” (2015), Bridges is set to star in the upcoming movies “The Letter Red” (2015) and “Axeman 2: Overkill” (2015).

Bridges was previously married to NFL player Sheldon Souray from 2002 to 2007. They have two daughters.  


Childhood and Family:

Angelica Jo Bridges, who would later be popular as Angelica Bridges, was born on November 20, 1970, in Harrisonville, Missouri.

On August 10, 2002, Angelica was married to Sheldon Souray, a Canadian professional ice hockey defenceman. Their daughter, Valentina Raine Souray, was born on September 22, 2003 in Los Angeles. The couple also has another daughter. They divorced in 2007.  

The Bold and the Beautiful


Angelica Bridges was a singer at Universal Studios in Orlando when she was spotted by the Elite model agency's president. She won the title of Miss Missouri Teen in 1990 and has appeared in several magazines such as FHM, Maxim and Loaded as well as in TV commercials for American Express credit cards (1998), Brut cologne (with Troy Aikman), “Tab” energy drink, Geico, and  “Valleverde” shoes (with Keviin Costner).  

Bridges' acting career began in the mid-1990s when she landed a part as Sharon Taylor in the daytime soap “Days of Our Lives.” She also appeared in “California Heat,” a 1995 comedy film directed and written by Richard Brandes.

Bridges gained her big break when she was cast as Taylor Walsh, a lieutenant who replaced Mitch when he was promoted to Captain in 1997, on the season 8 of “Baywatch” (1997-1998). She also made guest appearances on television series like “Night Stand” (1996), “Silk Stalkings” (1996), “Pacific Blue” (1996), “NYPD Blue” (1996), “Cybill” (1997), “Suddenly Susan” (1998), “Mike Hammer, Private Eye” (1998) and “Conan” (1998). After “Baywatch,” she had a recurring role as Omegis on “Mortal Kombat: Conquest” (1998-1999) and played the role of Furrier on the box office flop “Mystery Men” (1999), starring Hank Azaria and Claire Forlani.   

In the new millennium, Bridges made guest appearances in “V.I.P.,” “That '70s Show,” “Black Scorpion,” “Son of the Beach” (2 episodes, playing Areola), “Quintuplets” and “Kitchen Confidential.”  She also appeared in the films “Vegas, City of Dreams” (2001), “The Last Will” (2001), “Do It for Uncle Manny” (2002), “The Month of August” (2002), “The Least Likely Candidate” (2004) and in the TV film “Baywatch: Hawaiian Wedding” (2003). In 2004, she played the role of Paige on “The Bold and the Beautiful.”

After her last acting role on “Veronica Mars” in 2006, Bridges returned to the small screen with a role as Tanya's friend on an episode of “Unusually Thicke” called “Off the Grid” in 2014. The same year, she also appeared on the short film “The Rent.” Recently, she starred as Poison Ivy on the action film “Batgirl Rises” (2015).

Bridges will star with Rachel Reilly and Emii on the thriller movie “The Letter Red,” for director Joston Theney. The film is set to be released in the US on November 13, 2015. She has completed filming a leading role on the upcoming horror film “Axeman 2: Overkill” (2015), with   Farrah Abraham and Rachel Reilly.  

Bridges is the lead singer of the pop group Strawberry Blonde.


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