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  • Son, with Ryan, Alex [1995]

  • Miss Illinois 1989

  • Came fourth in the 1990 Miss America Pageant.

  • Was a national merit scholar and graduated from Northwestern University.

  • Appeared on Jeopardy! Celebrity Invitational on Wednesday, April 29, 1998. Jeri played for St. Jude's Hospital.

  • Graduated from Lone Oak High School in Paducah, Kentucky in 1986.

  • Was a member of Alpha Phi Sorority while at Northwestern University (Beta Chapter).

  • VH-1 Rock across America

  • Named after her father.

  • Turned down a cameo in Star Trek: Nemesis (2002) because of her busy schedule on "Boston Public" (2000). The cameo was subsequently given to her "Star Trek: Voyager" (1995) castmate, Kate Mulgrew.

  • Parents: Jeri and Sharon Zimmermann

  • Sibling: Mark

  • Her ex-husband, Jack Ryan, was running for Senator in Illinois, but dropped out of the race when allegations in their divorce proceedings were made public. [2004]

  • Winner of the swimsuit competition in the 1990 Miss America Pageant

  • Ranked #65 in Stuff magazine's "102 Sexiest Women In The World" (2002)

  • Bust size in 1989 - 36D

  • In 2005, she and boyfriend, chef Christophe Emé, opened a California restaurant named Ortolan.

  • Has appeared in episodes of two different series entitled "The Gift": "Star Trek: Voyager" (1995) and "Dilbert" (1999).

  • On Star Trek: Voyager, the holographic Doctor's name played by Robert Picardo was given the moniker "Doc Zimmerman," which is Jeri's real last name.

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Personal Quotes

"He's a good man and good father" - on her ex husband Jack Ryan who is running for US Senator in Illinois

"There are three things pageant women do. There's the Vaseline thing, which I didn't do. There's duct-taping your boobs, which I never did because I'm not into pain. The third thing is using athletic spray adhesive on your butt to keep your swimsuit in place. I did do that. So one out of three ain't bad."

On her Seven of Nine costume: "Initially, I would stay in the costume much longer than I ended up staying in it, because it takes about twenty minutes to get into. Someone has to dress me and undress me. It's a production break if I have to get out of the costume to use the rest room or something. It grinds to a halt unless they can shoot something without me, which typically they can't, if it's a scene that I'm in. So, in the interest of being a team player, the first season, I would not take rest room breaks, I just didn't drink anything on set, which is not the healthiest thing to do."

"When I started out on Voyager, they had to tell me everything about Star Trek, because I knew nothing about it. I had never seen the original series, I had never seen The Next Generation. I think I'd seen a couple of episodes here and there - of the original series, probably. Never seen Voyager. Didn't know what a Borg was. They gave me a copy of First Contact, the movie, so I could at least see what a Borg was. They also gave me a copy of the Big Star Trek encyclopedia, whatever it is, so that I could bone up on my Star Trek knowledge. Fortunately, it sort of worked for the character that I wouldn't know any of the back stories of the people on Voyager, because she was coming in cold, like I was. That was actually helpful as opposed to detrimental."

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