Model and actress Jaime Bergman, wife of “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” and “Angel” star David Boreanaz, was launched toward the limelight as Playboy magazine's Playmate of the Month in January 1999 and its 45th Anniversary Playmate. The 5' 5" tall stunner with 34C-23-34 measurements was the spokes-model for St. Pauli Beer (1999) and was featured as April on the 2001 FHM calendar.
Jamie played the regular role of B.J. Cummings (2000-2002), the busty blonde lifeguard on “Son of the Beach,” a spoof of “Baywatch.” She has appeared in the films Any Given Sunday (1999), Gone in Sixty Seconds (2000), Pauly Shore Is Dead (2003) and DysEnchanted (2004).
Childhood and Family:
On September 23, 1975, Jaime Bergman was born in Salt Lake City, Utah, where she would later graduate from West Jordan High School in 1993. In August 2001, she announced engagement to “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” and “Angel” star actor David Boreanaz (born on May 16, 1969; now stars as Special Agent Seeley Booth on Fox's crime-drama series “Bones”). The couple exchanged the wedding vows in a lavish ceremony on November 24, 2001 and welcomed their first child together on May 1, 2002, a son named Jaden Rayne.
Son of the Beach
A former high school cheerleader, Jaime Bergman became a model for Venus Swimwear before shot to fame as the January 1999 Playboy Playmate of the Month and its 45th Anniversary Playmate. She subsequently was featured in a number of Playboy videos, including Playboy's Playmate Pajama Party, and has since appeared in the men’s magazine’s special editions, including Playboy's Playmate Review Vol. 16 August 2000, Playboy's Playmates in Bed October 2000, Playboy's Wet & Wild January 2001, Playboy's Nude Playmates April 2001 and Playboy's Book of Lingerie Vol. 79 May 2001.
Meanwhile, in 1999, Jaime was picked as the spokes-model for St. Pauli Beer. She also did a TV commercial for Dr Pepper in 2000 and was featured as April on the 2001 FHM calendar. Additionally, she could be seen as a bombshell in writer-director Nickolas Perry's teen indie film Speedway Junky (1999; starring Jesse Bradford) and as a party girl in Oliver Stone's football drama Any Given Sunday (1999; starring Al Pacino, Cameron Diaz, Dennis Quaid, Jamie Foxx). On the small screen, she was spotted as a guest in an episode of Jeraldine Saunders’ book-based show "The Love Boat: The Next Wave" and Fox's popular primetime soap opera "Beverly Hills, 90210."
From 2000 to 2002, Jaime played the regular role of B.J. Cummings, the busty blonde lifeguard on “Son of the Beach,” a spoof of “Baywatch” co-executive produced by radio shock-jock Howard Stern. Commenting on her in the comedic show, Jaime said: “We're too busy busting whorehouses or solving murders. That's what makes the show so funny.”
During her “Son of the Beach” stint, Jaime made appearances in Dominic Sena's emake of the 1974 H.B. Halicki car-theft film, Gone in Sixty Seconds (2000; starring Nicolas Cage, Giovanni Ribisi, Angelina Jolie and Robert Duvall), Jean Pellerin's drama/thriller Daybreak (2000; with Roy Scheider and Ted McGinley) and writer-director Darin Ferriola's independent sci-fi movie Soulkeeper (2001; with Rodney Rowland, Kevin Patrick Walls and Brad Dourif). She also starred in a film directed by Glenn Mobley, Virgins (2001). Meanwhile, TV viewers could catch her in an episode of the comedy series "Brutally Normal," UPN's half-hour sitcom "Shasta McNasty" and The WB’s teen primetime drama “Dawson's Creek.”
Next, Jaime was cast in Pauly Shore's comedic cameo-filled movie Pauly Shore Is Dead (alongside Pamela Anderson), Richard Friedman's atmospheric horror DarkWolf (with Samaire Armstrong and Tippi Hedren) and James B. Rogers' comedy Knee High P.I. (with Martin Klebba and Walker Howard; all three in 2003). The following year, she joined Alexis Bledel and James Belushi in Terri Miller's 8-minute fairy tale parody DysEnchanted and went to co-star with David Hewlett and Angel Boris in the Sci Fi Pictures original film Boa vs. Python. She also guest starred on ABC’s sitcom “It's All Relative” and on The WB’s supernatural drama starring her real-life husband David Boreanaz, “Angel,” a spin-off from the “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” series.