Cindy is ranked #18 in the "100 Hottest Blondes of AIM".
Cindy made a workout video in 1998 called The Cindy Margolis Total Body Fat Burn.
Cindy was featured in the video game Celebrity Deathmatch.
Cindy is on the cover of the spring 2004 issue of Celebrity Car Magazine.
Cindy is featured in a comic book called The 10th Muse.
Cindy has partnered with LogoHippo to create a new clothing line for women called The Tattles.
Cindy's hobbies include Texas Hold'em Poker.
Cindy is a spokesperson for a national infertility association named Resolve.
The first business Cindy created was a greeting card company with her image on them.
In 1997, Cindy became the first supermodel to appear on the cover of three swimsuit issues in the same year (Sport, Muscular Development and Inside Sports).
On September 6, 1998, Cindy married Guy Starkman.
Cindy and her husband own a nightclub named Guy's in Los Angeles, California.
On June 10, 2002, Cindy gave birth to her first baby. She had a boy and named him Nicholas Isaac.
Cindy attended Cal State Northridge studying business.
Over a 48-hour period Cindy's image was downloaded at a rate of once every 10 seconds.
Cindy holds the record for most posters ever sold.
Cindy agreed to pose for Playboy magazine when they called her on her 40th birthday.
Margolis: A good photographer can make you look incredible, even when you're not feeling very sexy.
Margolis: And I'm hoping that everyone who's come to my site over the years will be behind me in my decision to do Playboy. And when I'm asked what my girls will think when they grow up, I'll tell them that they have to keep their clothes on till they're 40. But when they're 40, they can make their own decisions.
Margolis: It was just perfect timing. Back in '96, I was on "The Price Is Right" pointing at refrigerators, and "Extra," the TV show, came down. They were the first entertainment entity that put people up on the Internet, so they put my picture up, and America Online called the next day and said I got a zillion or whatever downloads. I didn't know what a download was!
Margolis: I made my career off posing in swimsuits and doing all the swimsuit issues and posters, but I will tell you that that little bit of material on an itsy-bitsy bikini — taking that off was very nerve-racking the first time. ... But I felt proud of myself. I worked out really hard, and the reason I wanted to do it the most is because I am posing for a purpose: a portion of the proceeds from each issue sold is going to go to my charity.
Cindy Margolis: I ran out onstage because I was so excited, and my boob came out of my shirt. I didn't know it until the audience started screaming. I covered it, and then they started booing. I guess that was my first taste of nudity, in front of 100,000 people.