Peggy Trentini

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Peggy Trentini
Born(1968-06-22) June 22, 1968 (age 44)
Newport Beach, California, U.S.
OccupationActress, model
Years active1982–2002
Spouse(s)Dana Strum (divorced)
 
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Peggy Trentini
Born(1968-06-22) June 22, 1968 (age 44)
Newport Beach, California, U.S.
OccupationActress, model
Years active1982–2002
Spouse(s)Dana Strum (divorced)

Peggy Trentini (born June 22, 1968) is a former American actress and model. She started acting in movies in 1982 and played 25 roles (according to imdb) until 2002 whereupon left acting. She was married to rock bassist Dana Strum.[1]

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Tall (5'8") and buxom blonde bombshell Peggy Trentini was born on June 22, 1968 in Newport Beach, California. Trentini started modeling right out of high school after being scouted by an agent; among the companies she did full-time modeling gigs for are Clairol, Target, Olga Lingerie, Ujena Swimwear, JC Penney, Sears, Catalina Swimwear, and Fredericks of Hollywood. Trentini made her film debut in 1982 with a small part in the comedy romp "Young Doctors in Love." Peggy played a member of the Swedish Bikini Team in a series of memorable TV commercials for Old Milwaukee Beer. In addition, she has made guest appearances on episodes of such TV shows as "Married with Children," "Erotic Confessions," "Beverly Hills Bordello," and "Nightcap." Trentini was featured in a pictorial for the January, 1992 issue of "Playboy." Moreover, Peggy was a Carson Art Player on "The Tonight Show" for three years. After retiring from acting in 2001, Trentini went on to obtain a BA and Real Estate License from college (she majored in business and minored in English literature). More recently Peggy wrote the autobiography "Once Upon a Star: Kiss and Tell Celebrity Stories", which also has been translated into German. She lives in Orange County, California and owns her own real estate company.

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