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Bridgette Wilson was born and raised in Gold Beach, Oregon. In 1991, she moved to Los Angeles, where she took some acting classes.

Her ultimate breakthrough came in 1991 where she got a role in the TV-Soap, "Santa Barbara" as Lisa Fenimore Castillo, a character she played for 10 months. In 1992 she began in another Soap "Saved By The Bell" where she played the goofy waitress Ginger. Her first motion picture, was "Last Action Hero" starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, she played Schwarzenegger's daughter, Whitney Slater, she was offered that role after only one audition.

She was then in 1995 involved in John Singleton's "Higher Learning" about life at a university; she played the role as Nicole, a wacky blonde bitch. 1997 must have been Bridgette's hardest year, a total of five movies, including two major roles.

On Stage Bridgette has performed in several plays; "110 in the Shade", "Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris" and "Once Upon A Mattress" Bridgette is also an accomplished songwriter and singer, so far she has made two CD's; "Gimme a Kiss" and "I Only Want To Be With You."

Besides the song and movie career, Bridgette is an avid supporter of MADD, American Oceans Campaign and several AIDS organisations.