With "Baywatch" star David Hasselhoff celebrating his 60th birthday July 17, join us for a look at where he and his former co-stars are today.
It's been a decade since "Baywatch" left the airwaves. Click on to see what the show's stars have been up to since then.
David Hasselhoff played head lifeguard Mitch Buchannon, the main character on the show.
Since "Baywatch," "The Hoff" has kept busy with guest spots in TV shows and movies like "Dodgeball," "Click," "Kickin' It Old Skool" and "Piranha 3DD." His other recent credits include a judge on "America's Got Talent" and a brief stint in 2010 on "Dancing with the Stars."
Pamela Anderson rose to fame running on the beach in slow motion montage sequences as C.J. Parker over 112 episodes between 1992 and 1997.
The former Mrs. Tommy Lee/Kid Rock tried for movie success during her "Baywatch" peak fame, with movies like 1996's "Barb Wire," but never quite caught on. Her post-"Baywatch" roles include the short-lived TV shows "V.I.P.," "Stripperella" and "Stacked" and stint on the 10th season of "Dancing with the Stars."
Yasmine Bleeth made her first "Baywatch" appearance during a two-part Season 4 episode, playing Alexandra Paul's character's younger sister, Caroline Holder. She appeared in 72 episodes before leaving the show in late 1997.
After leaving "Baywatch," Bleeth found initial movie success with "BASEketball" and starred for two years in the Don Johnson TV show "Nash Bridges." Following an arrest on drug charges in 2001, her career stalled, ending with the TV movie "Baywatch: Hawaiian Wedding" and direct-to-video "Game Over," both in 2003.
Alexandra Paul played Stephanie Holden, Caroline Holden's sensible older sister, between 1992 and 1997.
Paul has starred in more than 60 movies and television programs, including roles on "Melrose Place" and "Mad Men." Some of her more recent roles include the TV movies "Gospel of Deceit" (pictured), "Betrayed at 17" and "Christmas Spirit." She's also a dedicated environmental and political activist, having been arrested more than a dozen times during peaceful protests.
Real-life Los Angeles County lifeguard Michael Newman stuck with "Baywatch" longer than anybody but Hasselhoff. His character, "Newmie," recurred through 10 seasons of the show. His resume is mostly limited to "Baywatch" projects and he hasn't acted since leaving the show in 2000, taking up real estate instead.
Gregory Alan Williams played Sgt. Garner Ellerbee for nine seasons on "Baywatch."
Williams has kept busy since, including roles in "Remember the Titans," "The West Wing," "W." "Army Wives," "Drop Dead Diva" and more. His most recent role has him playing a pro football coach in the USA Network drama "Necessary Roughness."
Jeremy Jackson played Mitch Buchannon's son, Hobie, growing up in front of viewers' eyes between 1991 and 1999.
Now 31, Jackson's post-"Baywatch" career has been limited to a handful of TV and direct-to-video movies. He's admitted to addictions to drugs and growth hormones during his career and in 2011 appeared on VH1's "Celebrity Rehab."
David Chokachi (center) played lifeguard Cody Madison from Season 6 through the first episode of the show's 10th season.
In 1999, Chokachi left "Baywatch" to star on the TV series "Witchblade," which lasted until 2002. Following that, he appeared in various TV series and made-for-TV movies, including the 2006-09 teen surfing drama "Beyond the Break" on The N. He also had a minor role in the 2011 movie "Soul Surfer."
Calvin Klein underwear model Michael Bergin joined "Baywatch" for its final four seasons, playing "Jack 'J.D.' Darius."
Following "Baywatch," Bergin landed TV roles on shows like "Passions," "Charmed" and "CSI: Miami." He's also found work in independent and direct-to-video films, including 2008's "Playing with Fire" (pictured, at right) and his most recent role, the 2011 made-for-TV movie "12 Wishes of Christmas."
David Charvet landed a spot on "Baywatch" in 1992 as lifeguard Matt Brody and remained with the show for three full seasons, until 1995.
Charvet, who is married to Brooke Burke, followed "Baywatch" with a two-year stint on "Melrose Place." The rest of his resume includes TV movies and direct-to-video releases, including the 2010 Lifetime Movie Network movie "The Perfect Teacher" (pictured.)
A former member of "Bob Barker's Beauties" on "The Price is Right," Gena Lee Nolin landed the role of lifeguard Neely Capshaw in 1995 and stayed with the show for five years.
After leaving "Baywatch" in 2000, Nolin launched her own show "Sheena," which ran for two seasons. Her other main post-"Baywatch" role was in the 2003 TV movie "Baywatch: Hawaiian Wedding." She's also appeared as herself on several TV shows including the Biography Channel's "Celebrity Ghost Stories" in 2010.
Former "Charles in Charge" star Nicole Eggert played teen lifeguard Summer Quinn for two seasons of "Baywatch" between 1992 and 1994.
Eggert's post-"Baywatch" roles includes guest spots on "Clueless," "Boy Meets World" and "Gilmore Girls." She's also starred in several TV and direct-to-video movies and, in 2009, appeared on VH1's "Celebrity Fit Club" (pictured).
Billy Warlock, seen here with Eggert in a promotional photo for "Baywatch," played Eddie Kramer for the first two seasons of the show, leaving after two episodes of 1992's Season 3.
Apart from a few guest spots on shows like "Silk Stalkings" and "NYPD Blue," Warlock's post-"Baywatch" career reads like a daytime soap opera TV guide. He's had roles on "General Hospital," "One Life to Live," "As the World Turns," "The Young and the Restless" and "Days of Our Lives" (pictured).
Erika Eleniak's time on "Baywatch" paralleled Warlock's. She played rookie lifeguard Shauni McClain starting in the show's pilot episode, with her character eventually marrying Warlock's Eddie Kramer and eventually leaving the show at the same time he did.
After leaving "Baywatch" in 1992, Eleniak landed movie roles including "Under Siege," "The Beverly Hillbillies" and "Chasers." Following that, her career mostly consisted of TV movies and direct-to-video releases. Her most recent credits include guest spots on "CSI: Miami" (pictured) and "Desperate Housewives," both in 2010.
Donna D'Errico got her "Baywatch" initiation as Donna Marco on the spin-off "Baywatch Nights" in 1996 and began appearing on the main show soon after.
Since leaving "Baywatch" in 1998, D'Errico has been in numerous independent films such as "Intervention," "Inconceivable" and "The Making of Plus One."
Parker Stevenson, known previously for his work on "The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries" series, was part of the original cast of "Baywatch" in the 1989 season, playing Craig Pomeroy. He later returned for the syndicated 1997 and 1998 seasons.
Stevenson's post-"Baywatch" career includes mostly TV work, including guest spots on "Judging Amy," "The District" and "Legend of the Seeker."
Jason Brooks played lifeguard Sean Monroe on the Hawaii seasons of "Baywatch."
Brooks has stayed busy since "Baywatch" ended, racking up nearly 40 roles since 2001. His resume includes roles in everything from "Charmed" and "CSI: Miami" to "No Ordinary Family," "Big Love" and the movie "Super 8."
Carmen Electra turned her May 1996 Playboy pictorial into stardom, including a 1997–1998 stint on "Baywatch" as Leilani "Lani" McKenzie.
Electra, perhaps more known for her Playboy pictorials and relationships with Dave Navarro and Dennis Rodman than her acting, has since had roles in the parody films "Scary Movie," "Date Movie," "Epic Movie," "Meet the Spartans" and "Disaster Movie."
Unkown actor Jason Momoa joined "Baywatch" during its 10th season, when it shifted locations and became known as "Baywatch Hawaii." He played native Hawaiian lifeguard Jason Ioane.
Since then, Momoa has made a name for himself starring in the TV shows "North Shore," "Stargate: Atlantis" and "Game of Thrones." He also took over for Arnold Schwarzenegger in the 2011 remake of "Conan the Barbarian."
A young Mila Kunis appeared in two episodes of "Baywatch" in 1994 and 1995, some of the first roles on her acting resume.
Kunis rose to fame on "That '70s Show" and has recently branched out to movies with roles in "Forgetting Sarah Marshall," "The Book of Eli," "Black Swan," "Friends with Benefits" and "Ted."
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