Beth Ostrosky might not have seemed like a future sex goddess when she was attending Fox Chapel High School in suburban Pennsylvania, or attaining a degree in English Literature from the University of Pittsburgh, but anybody who noticed the beautiful blond's svelte physique or megawatt smile probably had an inkling. Ostrosky began modeling part-time in high school and continued to keep up the career as a sideline throughout college before moving to New York after graduation to pursue the endeavor full-time. The early 2000s found her steadily climbing the rungs of the modeling industry, quickly moving on from catalog work into the more specialized realm of glamour and swimsuit modeling. Soon, she began making small appearances in movies and hosted the G4 series Filter in 2006 and the Spike TV series Casino Cinema. Ostrosky fulfills her charitable inclinations by supporting the North Shore Animal League, a New York-based no-kill animal shelter. She also began dating radio personality Howard Stern around 2000, and the two dated for eight years before getting married in New York in 2008.