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Rebecca Romijn

Tall and blonde, Rebecca was born to Dutch parents, November 6, 1972. Her first language was Dutch, but learned English quickly. While attending Berkely High School, Rebecca’s classmates dubbed her, The Jolly Blonde Giant, as much for her personality as for her physical appearance.

Modeling seemed almost inevitable for her, and soon Rebecca was gracing the cover of French Elle magazine as well as representing Biotherm and high fashion clients like Christian Dior and Escada. She became the face of Tommy Girl and appeared in Victoria’s Secret and Sport Illustrated’s swim suit edition as well.

In 1997, Romijn would have her small screen debut on the NBC series, Friends. She also auditioned for the hosting spot on MTV’s House of Style, but failed miserably. Not taking no for an answer, the statuesque blonde went to a pay phone and asked for another shot. She got the job and kept it for two years.  The year after that debut, she married actor John Stamos who encouraged her to pursue acting in bigger and better parts.

In ‘99, she got a better part, a role in “Hefner: Unauthorized”. The next year found her almost unrecognizable in her role as Mystique in “X-Men”. She would return to the role in 2003, and would be paid more than her cast mates although she had fewer actual lines.

Between the first and second installment of the X-Men, Rebecca would appear in “Rollerball” and “Femme Fatale”. 2004 would find her starring in “The Punisher” and “Godsend”.

Rebecca has golden, sunlit blonde hair that has streaks of darker gold and glints of red in it. Pulling it back shows off the strong, yet feminine features that made her a natural as a model, leaving it down shows why she is often cast as the flirtatious siren.

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