Yasmine Bleeth made a red swimsuit famous while starring on Baywatch in the 1990s.
Now, nearly 2 decades after saying goodbye to Hollywood, Yasmine Bleeth kept herself covered up as she happily stepped outside her house to walk her dog in Los Angeles on Tuesday morning.
The 51-year-old actress was seen sporting a black hooded sweatshirt with a vibrant blue dress in a rare sighting nearly 20 years after quitting Hollywood.
From the looks of it, Yasmine seemed to be enjoying the warmer weather in Southern California as she strolled the sidewalk wearing a colorful blue dress with red and orange circular designs plastered across the gown.
Bleeth, a New York native, also added a seasonal pair of woven sandals made out of beige canvas material.
She kept her dark brown hair tied back into a loose ponytail and let short fringe frame her face.
The Baywatch star looks relatively makeup-free as she walked her pet pooch with a black and white leash, aging gracefully and happily.
She was one of many breakout stars from Baywatch who starred as Caroline Holden on 72 episodes of the hit show.
After starring in television movies in the late 1990s, she started showing her talents to the silver screen with roles in Heaven or Vegas, Coming Soon and Undercover Angel.
Yasmine hit a rough patch in her personal life when she entered rehab in 2000 to overcome a cocaine dependency.
Nearly one year after the incident, she was arrested by the authorities after driving into the median of a highway in Michigan and caught syringes with injectable cocaine in her car. Authorities also reported searching her nearby hotel room and finding more cocaine and drug paraphernalia.
Yasmine, who hasn’t starred in movies and television since 2003 anymore, admitted her guilt in court through a plea bargain and was sentenced to two years probation, and 100 hours of community service.
While she was spending her days in rehab, she met a strip club owner named Paul Cerrito and the pair tied the knot in August 2002.
The happy couple now split their time between Los Angeles and Scottsdale, Arizona.
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