Bridgetta Tomarchio
Birth Date:
December 25, 1978
Birth Place:
Baltimore, Maryland, USA
5' 7½" (1.71 m)
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Extenze Spokesgirl


Bridgetta Tomarchio is a Baltimore, Maryland born actress, model and host. She is best known for her late night infomercials as the “Extenze” Spokesgirl. She has appeared in several television shows, print ads, and fashion shows, and has acted in several movies, including “Eager Beavers” (2009, also directed), “Walk a Mile in My Pradas” (2011), “The Ideal Husband” (2011, TV) and “6 Nonsmokers” (2011).

A big advocate for charities, Tomarchio is involved in the “Reality Rally,” an “Amazing Race” for Michelle's Place Breast Cancer Charity. She reached first place female and 10th overall out of 713 people in “Reality's Mud Run” for StandUptoCancer. She also took part in the Spartan Races for police charities as well as in Margarita Wrestling, a charity wrestling event for Breast Cancer, a bikini wrestler for the Red Team. She was named the new spokesperson for “Chicago Academy of Music,” which benefits the Chicago Children's Advocacy Center for Abuse.   

Tomarchio has three dogs, a pit-bull named Chocolat, a long haired chihuahua she got in London named Nefertiti, and a deer-head Chihuahua named Anubis. Tomarchio, who once worked at the Cape Fear Serpentarium in NC, with some of the deadliest snakes in the world, owns a python snake from West Africa named Isis.     

Athletic Beauty

Childhood and Family:

Bridgetta Tomarchio was born on December 25, 1978, in Baltimore, Maryland. She has a sister named Samantha, who is ranked 3rd in the Nation for pair skating. Bridgetta enjoys playing field hockey, softball and motorbiking.

The Ideal Husband


Originally from Maryland, Bridgetta Tomarchio won the title of Miss Hawaiian Tropics. As a model, she has appeared in a campaign for “Silver Angels Jewelry” and became one of the newest models for “Affliction Clothing,” among other modeling stints. Her face decorated the January 2011 cover of  the international magazine “Kasanova Magazine,” for which she also writes a weekly column called “Ask Kitten Bridgetta.” She is the face of AXE Bodywash online.

Tomarchio also has enjoyed success as a host, and is mostly known for hosting the late night  television Extenze Infomercial for many years. She co-hosted a morning show for with Sam, and is a host for “Skull Candy TV” and “Affliction TV.” She also hosted video documentary “Blood, Sweat & Gears” (2006).

Tomarchio, who worked as Val Kilmer's assistant when she first moved to Los Angeles, tried her hand in acting in 2000 when she had a small role as a reporter in an episode of television series “The West Wing.” She continued to appear in episodes of “Judging Amy” (2001), “Going to California” (2001-2002), “Entourage” (2004), “The Bronx Is Burning” (2007), “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” (2007), “Now That's Sketchy!” (2008), “The Storm” (2009) and “Californication” (2009). Tomarchio made her early big screen appearance in “Domestic Disturbance” (2001), a crime/thriller directed by Harold Becker and starring John Travolta, Nick Loren and James Lashly. She went on to appear in “Everything's Wonderful” (2003), “The Palms Girl Search” (2004, TV movie), “The Dying Gaul” (2005), “Lords of Dogtown” (2005), “Kinescoping Dr. Travis” (2008), “Garden Party” (2008), “Primitive Recall” (2008), “The Last Tenant” (2008, short), “Eager Beavers” (2009, TV movie), which she also directed and executive produced, “Zombthology” (2009), “The Mansion Directive” (2010) and “Life After Lisa: A Romantic Mystery” (2010, short). She starred as Dr. Regina Powell in the comedy feture “6 Nonsmokers” (2011), directed by Francis Abbey, played Paula in the GMC made for television movie “The Ideal Husband” (2011), opposite Shanti Lowry, Darrin Dewitt Henson and Jackée Harry, and was cast alongside Nathaniel Marston, Tom Archdeacon and Tom Arnold in the award winning comedy “Walk a Mile in My Pradas” (2011).  

A referee in 2004's “Lingerie Bow” and a Quarterback in 2005's “Lingerie Bow,” Tomarchio showed her survival skills in Ted Nugent's television series, “WANTED: Ted or Alive” (2005). She then appeared in the DirecTV hit show “Project MyWorld” (2007), where her risky ventures included skydiving over the Great Barrier Reef, racing V8 cars, jumping off Kawarau Bungy Bridge, as well as a ton of other crazy stunts. She also appeared in “The True Story of Alexander the Great” (2005, video documentary), along with her python snake, Isis.

Recently, Tomarchio has completed filming the short “Chunk of Mean” (2012).


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