Supermodel Kim Alexis was born on July 15, 1960 in Lockport, New York.

As an athletically inclined girl, Kim was involved in junior high and high school sports.  Not only excelling in extra-curriculuar school activities, she also did well in her academic studies, and in particulary math and science. That led her to intiatial planning a career in pharmacology.

However, fate would have its say and would soon intervene to change the course of the young Ms. Alexis’ life.

At the tender age of 18 when Kim’s beauty begin leaving many breathless, she was discovered by Elite Talent Agency. She moved to New York City and began what would become one of the longest and most successful careers in the history of the modelling business. Her face soon began gracing the covers of the world top selling fashion bibles including Vogue, Cosmopolitan, Glamour, Mademoiselle, etc.

Kim picked up a coveted contract as spokesperson for Revlon, for whom she appeared in countless print advertisements and television spots for the cosmetics juggernaut.

With her face everywhere and her name in everyone’s mouth, it was only natural that she would be selected as one of the world’s most beautiful and desirable women to appear in Sport Illustrated’s coveted swimwear edition.  A feat she would go on to repeat an additional five times!

During her modelling career, Kim Alexis became associated to top names including Revlon Ultima II,  Zales, Chantilly Perfume, Tiffany Perfume,  ‘Eggs, Contempra, etc.

She also appeared in countless commercials for Revlon, Silkience Shampoo, Rapid White, Suave Shampoo, Mixe Babe Shampoo.

With more than 500 magazine covers and some timely earned experiences in front of the camera thanks to her work as a Revlon girl, Kim found that her beauty and intelligence could serve her well in obtaining for her a second career in broadcast journalism, television and film.

Kim has been a guest host on the Oprah Winfrey Show, Attitudes, The Home Show, etc. She has also hosted Saturday Night Live, the Miss World Pageant, Gladiator,

After more comprehensive training in acting, Kim Alexis landed roles in television hits such as Cheers, Sunset Beach, Perry Mason, etc. appeared opposite of Eddie Murphy in The Holy Man (1998).

Kim has also work as a contributor to Good Morning America and fitness correspondent to The 700 Club and lifestyle correspondent to USA Today on TV.

Today, Kim Alexis is a born-again Christian,  and is most proud of her roles as wife and mother of five children.  She is also a champion of women’s issues, fitness, health and wellness issues pertaining to women. Since the early 1990’s she has hosted health shows on the Family Channel and Lifetime.


Revlon Ultima II

Smart Slice Bread


Chantilly Perfume

Tiffany Perfume



Fitness Quest Slim Slide

British Airways

Sea World/Busch Gardens Summer Celebration



Silkience Shampoo

Rapid White

The Beef Council

Active Life

Alpine Lace Cheese

Suave Shampoo


Mixe Babe Shampoo


Oprah (Harpo Entertainment) – Guest Host

Miss World Pageant – Co-host

Your Mind and Body (Time Warner) – Host

Parenting and Beyond (syndicated) – Host

USA Today on TV – Lifestyle Correspondent

The Healthy Kids Show (Family Channel) – Host

Ticket to Adventure (Travel Channel) – Host

Network New York (British Airways) – Host

Latin Dancesport (A&E) – Host

American Gladiators (FOX) – Host

An American Saturday Night (ABC) – Host

The Look of the Year – Co-host with George Hamilton

700 Club (CBN) – Fitness and Nutrition Correspondent

Good Morning America (ABC) – Fashion Editor

The Best of the Beach (CBS) – Color Commentator

The Home Show (ABC) – Guest Host

Attitudes (Lifetime) – Guest Host









Holy Man (20th Century Fox/Disney) – Principal

The Commish (ABC) – Principal

Perry Mason (NBC) – Principal

Hope and Gloria (CBS) – Principal

Cheers (NBC) – Principal

Sunset Beach (NBC) – Principal

Saturday Night Live (NBC) – Principal

David Copperfield Special CBS) – Principal

Olson Twins Holiday Special (Dick Clark Productions) – Principal

World’s Greatest Magic (CBS) – Principal


“ King of the Hill” (FOX)


“ Bet You Didn’t Know That” (Syndicated radio show)


Eveready Batteries


Alpine Lace Fat Free Cheese

Oral B toothbrushes for kids

National health awareness about pap smears

The Hosiery Industry


The New York City Marathon

Melba Toast