Carmen Electra Biography
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Carmen Electra was born on April 20, 1972 in Cincinnati, Ohio. Her birth
name is Tara Leigh Patrick.
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At the age of nine, Carmen was selected for the School for Creative and
Performing Arts. While studying there, she took singing lessons, and by her
teenage years, she was dancing in musicals and doing her own choreographing for
the school's theater. Carmen's goal was to eventually make it out to Los Angeles
and get a recording contract. She moved to Minneapolis to stay with her sisters,
and began modeling for the Target department stores.
Four years later, Carmen moved to L.A. Soon after, she met the celebrity star
performer known as Prince. For all practical purposes, she had just been
discovered. In 1992, after auditioning for Prince, Carmen was signed to his
Paisley Park Records label. Despite the fact that Prince took her under his
wing, her first album was a dud. Carmen reinvented herself and appeared on the
Nickelodeon show, "All That". Carmen's career was in danger of vanishing, so she
made her clothes disappear instead. In March of 1996, Carmen took a huge step
forward and posed nude for Playboy. She also performed in a video for the same
magazine, in which she sings the show stopper, "2-4-6-8".
Carmen hosted MTV's "Loveline", and following this performance, on October 4,
1996, Lisa Berger, MTV's senior vice president announced that Carmen had been
selected to replace Jenny McCarthy on MTV's innovative show, "Singled Out". In
March 1997, Carmen appears in cartoon form as the model for a character who's a
singer and a vampire in a comic book series called Embra.
Carmen, now a red hot sexy celebrity, signed on to replace Pamela Anderson on
"Baywatch". She also landed a role on the short-lived "Hyperion Bay". Carmen has
also appeared as a national spokesperson for Budweiser and recently filmed a
small role in the independent feature "Dust and Stardust", a movie about making
it in Hollywood.
In 1998, Carmen Electra was in and out of the papers as they documented her
crazy relationship with basketball's bad boy Dennis Rodman. The two were married
in Las Vegas while he was drunk. They divorced about six months later.
Misspellings & aliases:
Karmen, Carrmen, Cahrmen, Carmenn, Karrmen, Karmenn, Carrmenn, Ellectra,
Elektra, Ellektra, Elecktra, Ilectra, Ilektra, Ellecktra, Elechtra.