I Am Waters Foundation

Today is 10.22.2016

Cheryl Tiegs

Cheryl Tiegs | Supermodel's of The 80's Luncheon 2012

Cheryl Tiegs

Supermodel, Designer, Spokesperson

About Cheryl

American Supermodel

Cheryl Tiegs is a model, designer, an author, businesswoman, public speaker and avid spokesperson for health and fitness, the environment and underprivileged children. Cheryl defines “Supermodel” and is acknowledged as an icon for women of all ages.

Cheryl’s career started at 17, with the covers of Glamour, Seventeen and Elle. She eventually graced the covers of Vogue and Bazaar, and became known as The Cover Girl. She was the first model to appear three times on the cover of Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issues, and also made the cover of People magazine four times, as well as the cover of Time magazine three times, most notably for the “All-American Model” cover story at the age of 30.

Breaking with convention, Cheryl started a signature line of clothing and accessories for Sears. The Cheryl Tiegs line sold nearly a billion dollars of merchandise in its 10-year span, helping turn the company around. Thus, another Time cover for “Sassy Sears”.

Cheryl hosted the 13-part travel adventure series, “Pathfinders: Exotic Journeys”, for the Travel Channel, and was spokeswoman for “Renewal: A Time For You”, a program created by Deepak Chopra, M.D., which offered practical advice on choosing healthy lifestyle changes for women in transition. She also had her own Sports Illustrated “Aerobics Interval Training” exercise video, and authored her book, The Way to Natural Beauty. She is a frequent guest on shows focusing on issues of fitness, fashion and beauty. Her appearances include “Oprah”, “The Today Show”, VH-1, E!, “Access Hollywood”, “Extra”, “Tyra Banks”, “Dr. Oz” and many more.

In 2004, Cheryl entered the “Hall of Fame” in the 40th Anniversary edition of Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, and was included in People Magazine’s “Most Beautiful” issue. In 2007, Cheryl had a role in the feature film Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story, starring John C. Reilly, in which she and John sang together.

Cheryl is a sought after speaker on the subjects of health, fitness, achieving balance in life and the importance of caring for our environment. Cheryl went on an expedition in the Arctic to explore the effects of Global Warming. She has become the national spokesperson for Cambria, the only producer of natural quartz surfaces in the U.S. Cheryl is in the process of “greening” her lifestyle which includes owning a hybrid car and participating in “Project Driveway” by driving the GM “Equinox” Fuel Cell vehicle which uses hydrogen and only emits water.

Cheryl appeared on “Living with Ed”(HGTV) with long-time friend Ed Begley, Jr. to promote environmentally conscious living. She is committed to educating the public on indoor air quality and completed a nation wide radio campaign to bring awareness to this issue. As a result of her commitment to “going green”, Cheryl was named “Green Star of the Week” by Access Hollywood. Philanthropy is also important to Cheryl. She serves on the boards of C.O.A.C.H. for Kids and the Earth Conservation Corps.

Cheryl appeared as a celebrity judge on the ABC reality show, “True Beauty”. She maintains a healthy and balanced life with daily meditation and exercise, such as yoga, weight training and hiking. In 2011, she was included in the top 100 Most Beautiful People of all time in Men’s Health Magazine.


  • In 2011 was included in Men’s Health Magazine “100 Hottest Women of All Time”
  • In the Sports Illustrated Hall Of Fame
  • Was featured on the cover of Time 3 Times
  • Water. A simple and basic need. Unthinkable to imagine that some go without… but for America’s homeless that is the reality. I Am Waters Foundation is in the business of hydrating America’s homeless by providing bottles of water inscribed with HOPE, PEACE, LOVE, and DREAM. The Foundation is photographing those without a home, so we can see for ourselves that homelessness could be you or me. I’m grateful and honored to lend my image to draw attention to this important cause. As an American, it is with deep pride that I say, thank you and keep up the good work!