Jamie Bergman

Jamie Bergman

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Jamie Bergman was born on September 23, 1975, in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA. She is a model and actress best known for being “Playboy” magazine’s Playmate of the Month during its 45th Anniversary issue in January 1999.

Early Life

Jamie began to achieve notoriety in 1999 after being named St. Pauli Girl of the Year. She was already a “Playboy” Playmate at the time, but she wasn’t well-known until she was named the first national spokesmodel for the beer company. Jamie Bergman xworked for Prudential as a real estate agent before starting a modeling career.

She received her first acting role as a result of her debut with the beer brand and subsequent exposure through Playboy. Before landing her first major part as a guest on “Beverly Hills, 90210,” a teen drama series and the longest-running Aaron Spelling production, she mostly had supporting roles in movies like “Any Given Sunday” and “Speedway Junky.” A group of friends who live in Beverly Hills, California is the subject of the show as they make the journey from high school to college to adult life. Jamie had a further guest appearance in the well-known series “Dawson’s Creek” after playing a couple more supporting roles in “Gone in 60 Seconds” and “The Love Boat: The Next Wave.”


In 2000, more roles began to come her way, and one of her longest roles on television was in the sitcom “Son of the Beach,” a spoof of “Baywatch,” where she played BJ Cummings for two years, while also having a guest role in “Brutally Normal,” a sitcom that aired on The WB but was short-lived. She was then cast in the film “Virgins,” and following her stint with “Son of the Beach,” she appeared in “Pauly Shore Is Dead,” a mockumentary starring Pauly Shore. During this time, she continued to work with Playboy, appearing in issues such as “Playmate Review,” “Playmates in Bed,” “Sexy Celebrities,” “Nude Playmates,” and “Book of Lingerie.”

Jamie then appeared in the film “Dark Wolf,” which is based on one of author Christine Feehan’s books. Bergman collaborated on the film “DysEnchanted” in 2004, which tells the story of seven storybook characters in group therapy dealing with what happens after their “happily ever after.” She also appeared in “Boa vs. Python,” a cross-over between the films “Python” and “New Alcatraz,” also known as “Boa.”

Jamie’s next project would be “It’s All Relative,” a sitcom about two families who become friends when their children marry. She then appeared in “Angel,” a spin-off of the television series “Buffy the Vampire Slayer.” One of her most recent projects is the 2017 crime procedural drama “Bones,” starring David Boreanaz and Emily Deschanel. The show is loosely based on the writings of forensic anthropologist Kathy Reichs, who also serves as a producer.

Net Worth

According to sources, she has a net worth of over $1 million as of late 2018, earned through success in modeling and acting. She has also embarked on various business projects throughout her career, and it is expected that her wealth will grow as she continues her endeavors.

Relationship Status

Bergman married the actor David Boreanaz in 2001, and it is known that the couple has two children together. Her spouse is most known for playing the vampire turned private eye Angel in the television series “Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” a character he later reprised in the sequel “Angel.” Before joining the cast of the military drama “SEAL Team,” he first portrayed FBI Special Agent Seeley Booth in the television series “Bones.” Bergman kept her last name despite their marriage for many years, but in 2013, she decided to formally change it to Boreanaz as a gift to her family.

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