BiographyPerth, Western Australia, Australia
Lovely, shapely and appealing blonde bombshell Cheryl Rixon was born on October 12, 1954 in Perth, Western Australia. Cheryl was twice a finalist in the Annual Miss West Coast bikini beauty pageant in the early 70s and was a hostess on a local Australian game show. She made her film debut in the amusingly lowbrow soft-core comedy romp Plugg (1975). Cheryl did guest spots portraying three different characters on a trio of episodes for the TV series Homicide (1964) and had a recurring role in the comedy soap opera The Box (1974). Read more... 1977 issue of "Penthouse". In 1979, Cheryl was named "Pet of the Year" in a televised pageant held at the Aladdin hotel in Las Vegas; she did follow-up nude pictorials in the November, 1979 and January, 1980 issues of that popular men's magazine. In addition, Rixon posed for nude pictorials for the men's magazines "Oui" and "Playboy". Cheryl has acted in a handful of movies; she was quite funny and engaging as the bubbly "Annie" in Swap Meet (1979) and had a memorably sexy small role in the hilariously raucous Used Cars (1980). In July, 1980, Rixon kicked off New York City Mayor Ed Koch's "Festival of Fragrances". In 1985, she sued "Penthouse" magazine in the New York State Supreme Court for failing to give her various prizes promised to her; this was later affirmed on appeal. Cheryl went on to become a rock singer and continued modeling up until the mid-80s. In 1996, Cheryl Rixon launched her own line of designer jewelry called "Royal Order".