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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Claim to Fame
Port Charles, General Hospital, Playboy's Playmate of the Month April 1997
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Profile Bio Text
An active athlete, Monaco grew up on the East Coast, where she participated in soccer, swimming, track and softball, among other sports. After the last of five girls was born, her family decided to move from the bustling city of Philadelphia to the more peaceful environment of the Poconos. Monaco proudly states that she is a born competitor. In addition to athletics, she participated intensely in speech, debate and theater during high school. Monaco`s television debut came in 1997, when she landed a recurring role on "Baywatch" (1989). She has since segued into the feature film world with roles in Idle Hands (1999), Mumford (1999) and BASEketball (1998). Raised in an Italian Catholic home, Monaco is very close with her family, especially her great-grandmother. She enjoys volunteering for children`s charity events, as well as working with elders. She currently resides in West Hollywood, California.
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Pocono Mountain High School (1994)
Northampton Community College, Bethlehem, Pennnsylvania, USA (two years)
Full Name at Birth
Kelly Marie Monaco
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Model, Actress, Reality TV contestant
Kelly Marie Monaco (born May 23, 1976) is an American model, actress, and reality television personality. She is the Playboy Playmate for the April 1997 issue of Playboy magazine. Monaco portrayed the character Livvie Locke on the ABC soap opera Port Charles from 1997 until the show's cancellation in 2003; that same year she began playing Sam McCall on General Hospital, a role in which she remains today. In 2005, Monaco was a contestant on and the winner of the first season of the reality TV competition series Dancing with the Stars.