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For Ali Landry, entering show business was a result of chance and circumstance rather than the obvious bottom line. After all, it's not often that a former Miss Louisiana and Miss USA enters the pageant world to garner career connections rather than the usual crowning glory.
Landry - a small-town girl from Louisiana - became a house hold name first as the Doritos spokeswoman and 1998 Super Bowl breakout star, and later with her recurring roles in "Felicity," "Two Guys and a Girl," "Sunset Beach," and "Popular." Landry's sudden rise to fame landed her on People Magazine's 50 Most Beautiful People in the World list in 1998 alongside Leonardo DiCaprio and Gwyneth Paltrow. She also hosted the music-talk show "FarmClub.com," NBC's "Spy TV," WE's "Full Frontal Fashion," TV Guide Network’s "Fashion Wraps", and a starring role from 2003 to 2006 on UPN's "Eve.”
She met her husband, Alejandro Monteverde, a writer and director whose award winning film “Bella,” Landry co-starred in. She then took a sprint on ABC's "Superstars", honed her lifestyle skills with a new children's clothing line, Belle Parish, and later that year hosted Yahoo's 'Spotlight to Nightlight.’
Landry also co-stared in the feature film, "Little Boy,” while pregnant with her second child.
During the busy pregnancies of her last two children, Landry was named spokesperson for Palmer's Cocoa Butter Formula stretch mark products. Landry and her pregnant belly were featured in ad campaigns across America.
Landry also created and executive produced her very first television show in 2011, "Hollywood Girls' Night". The unscripted series featured Landry and Alison Sweeney on the
TV Guide Network. This project was based on a real-life mom's club started by Landry and included some of her celeb mommy friends, including Lisa Rinna, Tori Spelling, Brooke Burke, Kyle Richards and Denise Richards.
A passionate mom determined to help others navigate the “world of baby”, Landry launched her company Favored.by, an online community where parents discover, share and rate baby products, brands and events.
Landry is also a certified car seat technician and an advocate for child safety. For the fifth year, Landry and her Favored.by team are putting on the Annual Red CARpet Safety Awareness Event, which is a fun filled family day geared towards spreading awareness for car seat safety and other areas of safety that affect children and families.
Needless to say, Landry has her plate full and says, " I could not be happier."