Donna D’Errico Baywatch star slipped into a silky ready lingerie set to get into the holiday spirit for a sultry snap shared to Instagram in honor of Cyber Monday. Donna D’Errico became a huge star for saving lives on Los Angeles beaches as a “Baywatch” lifeguard, and she has dozens of roles under her belt.
Donna D’Errico’s social media resurgence only recently took off when she joined the OnlyFans platform to connect with her followers in a more natural way.
The brunette model posed in front of a plush comforter wearing a crimson-colored bra with cutout panels and layered fabric tied across her chest, looking fresh from her beauty rest.
She complemented her golden tan with matching low-rise briefs with ribbons resting on her hips.
Donna D’Errico Introduction:
Donna Jeanette D’Errico (born March 30, 1968) is a model and actress from the United States. She was Playboy’s Playmate of the Month in September 1995, and she starred in the television series Baywatch from 1996 to 1998. She is still working as an actress in films and on television.
Donna Jeanette D’Errico
March 30, 1968
Donna D’Errico Childhood:
Donna D’Errico began acting when she was eight years old while attending a private Catholic school in Georgia. That same year, she was cast in the lead role of the Virgin Mary in a Nativity play for children. Beginning in 1995, she studied drama under Stephen Anderson in Los Angeles. Donna enrolled in an improv class at The Groundlings (she and Masi Oka were in the same Groundlings improv class). Donna then began studying drama under New York-based Tom Todoroff in 2005.
Her father is of Italian and Polish ancestry, while her mother is English, Irish, and Scottish. Her grandfather was from Castel Morrone, Campania, Italy. She was Playmate of the Month in Playboy’s September 1995 issue.
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Donna D’Errico Career:
D’Errico owned a limousine company in Las Vegas before appearing in Playboy. Richard Fegley photographed her centerfold for Playboy’s Playmate of the Month issue in September 1995.
She was cast as “Donna Marco” on the television series Baywatch for two seasons, from 1996 to 1998. One episode of the show was dedicated to her Playboy layout. She also hosted the show Battlebots and starred in Candyman: Day of the Dead. She once owned Zen Spa, a day spa in Calabasas, California. After leaving Baywatch, she appeared in independent films such as Intervention, Inconceivable, and The Making of Plus One, alongside Andie MacDowell, Jennifer Tilly, Colm Feore, and Elizabeth McGovern.
Donna D’Errico Personal life:
After 11 years of marriage, D’Errico divorced rock musician Nikki Sixx in 2007. They divorced shortly after the birth of their daughter but reconciled months later after Sixx completed rehab. They split up again on April 27, 2006, and divorced in June 2007, citing irreconcilable differences. In 2001, they had a daughter together. Rhyan D’Errico is D’Errico’s son (born 1993). D’Errico is an animal rights activist and vegan.
Donna D’Errico Mount Ararat expedition:
D’Errico announced in 2011 that she was preparing to climb Mount Ararat in Turkey in search of the frozen remains of Noah’s ark. D’Errico climbed Mount Ararat in mid-2012, returning to the United States in August after suffering injuries from a fall near the summit.