Vida Guerra Born in Havana, Cuba, on March 19, 1974, Vida Guerra moved with her family to New Jersey when she was 6 years old. Outgoing, even at that young age, Vida Guerra quickly adapted to the new country and culture. She developed into a bright, beautiful young woman and began getting involved in dance and some modeling, strutting around in a G-string when she was 18 for a fashion show in her hometown of Perth Amboy.
WHY IS SHE FAMOUS:
After posing for FHM, Vida Guerra danced in the video for P. Diddy et al's "Shake Ya Tailfeather," and made headlines after she was seen with loudmouth New York Giants tight end Jeremy Shockey. Vida Guerra also appeared in Comedy Central'sChappelle's Show, ESPN2's Cold Pizza and the short film Writer's Block.