- Cheryl Cox Tiegs
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Cheryl Tiegs Introduction
Listen, it’s really important to understand how masturbation evolved in the last half century. And no survey of it’s history can be without the inclusion of America’s original supermodel, Cheryl Tiegs. So just read this and try not to think of your grandmother spread eagle on a beach.
Cheryl Tiegs Life Story
Tiegs is considered by many to be the first American supermodel, giving way to scores of other tall beauties. She made her first professional appearance on a magazine cover with the June 1966 issue of "Teen." She’s done tons of print adds and campaigns. She is best known for her long-running affiliation with the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, which featured her on the cover in 1970, 1975, and 1983. The 1978 poster of her in a pink bikini became an iconic 1970s pop culture image.
While posing for the 1978 swimsuit issue, she took a quick dip in the water on the beach wearing a white cotton fishnet swimsuit. When she emerged from the water, photographers—professional and amateur—flocked to her and asked her to pose for an extended amount of time—about 50 minutes. She later said she had no idea why the photographers suddenly took such an interest in her, and didn't discover why until she saw the final prints from the shoot: when wet, the suit was almost completely translucent. Later in an interview she claimed she had no idea that the swimsuit was virtually see-through, because "it was opaque when it was dry." Whatever, no one is complaining.
Tiegs has resumed modeling, is appearing in the HGTV series Living With Ed and has an accessory and wig line for Revlon. She also appeared in Vincent Gallo's controversial film The Brown Bunny (2003). She is a judge on the new ABC series "True Beauty" that premiered on January 5, 2009.