Sunday Services

Today’s services revolve around model, actress, and former Wipeout co-host Jill Wagner, a woman who’s made me “feel kinda funny” for nearly two decades.

Jill Suzanne Wagner (born January 13, 1979) is an American film and television actress, model, and game show personality. She was a co-host for the ABC comic competition show Wipeout from 2008 to 2014.

Wagner was born in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. She was raised primarily by her father, David Wagner, a U.S. Marine, and her grandmother. She attended Ledford Senior High School in Wallburg, North Carolina and North Carolina State University. She graduated in 2001 with a bachelor’s degree in business management. She currently lives in Los Angeles, California. As a teenager, Jill also graduated from the Barbizon Modeling and Acting School in Raleigh and went on to be named Miss Barbizon.

She was also one of the lead roles in Blade: The Series (2006), which was a very underrated program.

There are more photos below the fold…

As you can see, Jill possesses many of the qualities coveted by the superficial man.

Jill’a father was a Marine and she’s traveled to the sandbox often to support the troops.

It’s nice to see Hollywood hasn’t taken the country out of the girl.

You know Jill is an excellent person because she married a hockey player.

The services have ended. You may now go in peace.

2 thoughts on “Sunday Services

  1. Very nice selection for the weekend, Wyatt. That hockey player is a lucky man. And the shot of her on the tractor had me wishing I was a John Deere. The shot of her blowing a bubble had me thinking about her blowing one for me. 🙂

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