Herrin is of French-Swedish-Filipino ancestry. Herrin attended Santa Barbara Senior High School and graduated in 1975. In the March 1981 edition of “Playboy,” she was named Playmate of the Month and appeared in front of the Sept 1982 and Sept 1983 magazines. She died in Santa Barbara at the age of 65.
Life of Kymberly Herrin
Kymberly Ellen Herrin, a stunning, busty, thin blonde beauty, was born on 2 October 1957 in Santa Barbara County, California. She is of French-Swedish-Filipino ancestry. Herrin attended Santa Barbara Senior High School and graduated in 1975. In the March 1981 edition of “Playboy,” she was named Playmate of the Month. She was on the covers of “Playboy” in September 1982 and September 1983. Including Romancing the Stone (1984), Ghostbusters (1984), and Beverly Hills Cop II, where she portrayed Angelina in the prologue and had a memorable seductive cameo as a sensual phantom, Dan Aykroyd has an erotic dream about (1987). Even more notably, Kymberly was the blonde woman in red in ZZ Top’s music video for “Legs” and appeared in a guest role episode of the TV show Matt Houston (1982). From 1991 until 1994, Herrin attended Santa Barbara City College. She still lives in Santa Barbara, California.
Kymberly Herrin’s Cause of Death
In an article published in the Santa Barbara, California, newspaper the Santa Barbara News-Press, Kymberly Herrin died on 28 October 2022 at age 65. While the reason for death is not stated directly in the obituary, Herrin’s loved ones recommend donations to the American Cancer Society. The message mentions breast cancer, implying that Herrin died due to the disease or associated problems.
Tributes for Herrin
From relatives and friends, there was an outpouring of sorrow. According to one comment, Herrin was highly precious to many people and had no idea how many people cherished her. She admired her compassion and sense of humour as well.
Herrin’s Professional Life:
In 1984, Herrin starred in two now-iconic films: Romancing the Stone and Ghostbusters. In the last picture, she appeared as a “Dream Ghost” apparition with Dan Aykroyd’s Ray Stanz. She also starred throughout the video for the song for ZZ Top’s “Legs,” which became the band’s most significant hit that year. “Everyone [in my family] was supportive,” Herrin said in a Noblemaina interview in 2013. “I have never done anything to make them feel bad. They felt the video was wonderful.” “My buddies noticed it before I did,” Herrin explained. “They told me the red top jumped on the television, and the garter belt with the fishnet stockings looked wonderful. I was the lady in the “Legs” video. Once in Australia, a little boy, knowing I was an American model, flipped when he recognised me.