As of 2007, Tylyn lives in California with her husband Tom and their two children.
Tylyn owns a Harley Davidson motorcycle.
Tylyn loves to watch TV and tries to always watch Desperate Housewives, Grey's Anatomy, Wife Swap and Supernanny.
Tylyn is a non-smoker.
Tylyn was diagnosed with scleroderma in the summer of 1999.
Tylyn has her own website and MySpace page to keep in contact with her fans.
In 1993, Tylyn appeared in her only feature movie Rising Sun.
Tylyn's favorite movie is Bridges of Madison County.
Tylyn's measurements are 34"C-23"-34".
Tylyn was raised in Southern California.
She wears size 8½ (US) shoes.
She has the same birthday as J. K. Rowling, Mark Cuban and Bill Berry (from R.E.M.)
Her Chinese Astrological sign is a Horse.
Her Astrological sign is Leo.
Her dress size is 2 (US).
Tylyn has brown eyes.
Tylyn is a brunette.
Tylyn is 5 feet, 6 inches tall.
Tylyn weighs 116lbs..
She was the Playboy Playmate of the Month March 1992.
Tylyn: People who are sick need to be diagnosed and sent to the right doctors.
Tylyn: I'm a fighter, so I started looking everywhere to learn more about the disease and possible treatments. I found out that most of them were toxic -- chemotherapy drugs and steroids. Then I found what was considered a controversial treatment that was approved for treating rheumatoid arthritis. It involves daily doses of tetracycline-based drugs and a once-weekly intravenous administration of the drugs. For the first time I felt some hope.
Tylyn: Two months after I had my son I started having fatigue and joint pain. I saw doctors but as soon as they found out I'd just had a baby, they wrote off my symptoms as post-partum depression and said it would pass; to just be patient. My blood work was normal. Once I was diagnosed with the disease by a rheumatologist, I was told that my prognosis was not good and there were few treatment and no cure. He told me I had maybe five years to live. My life was going good and the, boom, I was hit with a ton of bricks.
Tylyn: I don't need a man in my life. I can be my own person.