1968 – She was born on the 14th day of June this year in New York City. Her known acting role was in a Johnson & Johnson’s No More Tears baby shampoo television commercial at age ten months at the end of 1968 or the beginning of 1969.
1980 – Bleeth starred in her first movie at the age of 12. She was cast opposite Buddy Hackett in the feature film “Hey Babe!” in 1980.
1988 – Bleeth lost her mother Carina to inflammatory breast cancer, the deadliest type of breast cancer. Bleeth said that she never accepted the fact that her mother was dying until Carina took her very last breath. She is famous for her role as Caroline Holden on the worldwide-syndicated TV series Baywatch, where she played an always red-swimsuit-clad lifeguard.
1991 – She created the role as Lee Anne Demerest on the highly acclaimed soap opera “One Life to Live”.
1998 – Bleeth was the 1998 spokesperson for the Lee National Denim Day fundraising campaign, which raises millions of dollars for breast cancer research and education. In 1998 it occurred on October 9, and was called the ‘Wear Jeans to Work’ campaign.
2000 – In December of this year, Bleeth voluntarily entered the Malibu-based Promises rehabilitation clinic to overcome a cocaine addiction.
2001 – The day after the September 11th attack on the World Trade Center in Bleeth’s hometown of New York City, Bleeth was arrested in Michigan after her car pulled off the highway and wound up on a median.
2002 – She was sentenced in January of this year to two years of probation and 100 hours of community service. Bleeth also married former bar owner Paul Cerrito on August 25 of this year. They met each other at the Promises clinic. They married in Santa Barbara, California and now live in Los Angeles, California.
2003 – In April of this year, she wrote a three page article entitled "Back From my Drugs Hell" about her rocky path to recovery in her drug addiction, her struggle to remain sober. She wrote that she had a cocaine habit that was so severe that she collapsed at a photo shoot for Glamour magazine, and she went without sleep for five days at a time.