Actress Kristy Swanson is back on the scene, but this time she’s added ‘designer’ to her list of credits. Swanson has launched aDRESSitGOLF a clothing and accessories collection aimed at the female golfer and has been busy promoting it around the country for the past year. Featuring made-to-order styles, aDRESSitGOLF designs can be worn on and off the golf course.
On the big screen, she is currently filming Crowning Jules in South Bend, Indiana and recently finished shooting a movie for Lifetime. She is in talks for a ‘motorcycle themed’ film and is planning to be in front of AND behind the camera for a Memorial Day 2016 war film.
Swanson was born in Laguna Beach, California and has been a successful actress for the past 35 years. She’s best known for her starring role in the Twentieth Century Fox film “Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” which remains a cult classic. Swanson has appeared both starring and supporting roles in films such as “Hot Shots!,” “The Program,” “The Chase,” “Flowers in the Attic,” and her most critically acclaimed role as Kristen Connor in John Singleton's “Higher Learning.” Swanson has also appeared in the film adaptation of the comic book “The Phantom” and played the girlfriend of Adam Sandler in “Big Daddy.”
Her TV credits include a long list of guest-starring television appearances in episodes of “Just Shoot Me! “, “CSI: Miami,” “Growing Pains,” “Knots Landing,” “Early Edition,” “Psych,” and “Law & Order: Criminal Intent.”
When this California beauty is not busy acting, you can find her cruising on her motorcycle, attending NASCAR races as a celebrity supporter or on the golf course playing in celebrity charity tournaments with husband and business partner, Lloyd Eisler, a two-time Olympic Bronze Medalist in Pairs Figure Skating and Member of the Canadian Sports Hall of Fame.
A veteran figure skater, Eisler along with his partner Isabelle Brasseur captured 6 National Championships, 5 World Medals with a World Championship in 93, 24 International medals and 2 Olympic bronze medals in 1992 and 1994. The two were innovators and known as the "best-lifting pair team in the world", and many of the moves they invented are still being used and attempted by teams at the world and professional level. Isabelle and Lloyd were inducted into the Canadian Sports Hall of Fame in 1996 and Canadian Olympic Hall of Fame in 1998. They are also members of World Figure Skating Hall of Fame and the Canadian Figure Skating Hall of Fame.
Kristy and Lloyd currently live in Valencia, California their 8-year old son Magnus.
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Kiehl’s LifeRide for amfAR is an annual, week-long motorcycle ride through major U.S. cities that includes multiple high-profile events at Kiehl’s stores along the way to raise HIV/AIDS awareness and funds to help amfAR find a cure. At the conclusion of this year’s ride, Kiehl’s will have raised $1.2 million for amfAR. The 6th Kiehl’s LifeRide for amfAR is a 2,100-mile long journey that begins in Denver, CO on August 3 and ends in San Diego, CA on August 15. Learn more at www.kiehls.com and www.amfar.org.