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Tricia Helfer
"I ride a Harley and it gets you a lot of attention from men, but the only people who seem to recognise me are guys at the fishmarket or guys in the pharmacy..."
Full name:Tricia Janine Helfer
DOB: April 11, 1974
Place of birth: Donalda, Alberta, Canada
Occupation: Actress, Model

Her History in FHM's 100 Sexiest Women

2008 #73 | 2007 #79

Tricia Helfer facts

  • Played the jaw-droppingly foxy Number Six in US TV’s ‘reimagining’ of Battlestar Galactica.

  • Former fashion model and an advertiser’s dream, with successful campaigns for Chanel, Ralph Lauren and Giorgio Armani.

  • She has titanium discs in her neck and back due to stunt injuries and a suitcase falling on her head.

  • The voice of Black Cat in animated TV series The Spectacular Spider Man – she also voiced the character in the game Spider Man: Web Of Shadows.


Why we love Tricia Helfer

Part Norwegian, part Swedish and – less pleasingly – part German, blonde Canadian actress Tricia Helfer was always going to be a looker (or just extremely efficient/good at skinning whales), so it’s not much of a surprise that she was spotted aged 17 by a model scout while queuing to see a film.

By 2002, she was bored of mincing for photographers and moved to LA where she started acting, achieving considerable fame as the seductive platinum blonde Number Six in Battlestar Galactica. Six is a robot, but the kind of robot you’d give your liver for – tall, sultry and probably programmable to do all sorts of illegal stuff. Kindly, Trish posed topless in the February 2007 issue of Playboy.

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