Shaune S. Bagwell
Shaune Bagwell was born to an English professor and the Chairman of the Board of a conveyor belt manufacturing company in Houston, Texas. A ballerina and former Miss San Jacinto, she was drawn to performing arts at a very young age.
Spotted at school at the age of twelve by a local modeling agent who persuaded her parents to let her audition for a television commercial, she booked the commercial, and then a short time later, landed a small role in Paul Sorvino's comedy, "Vasectomy, A Delicate Matter".
With a genius level IQ, Shaune also has a natural love of science and medicine. Her studies of bacteriology and her theory of the New Ice Age earned her top accolades at several engineering science fairs, and she seriously considered a career in medicine. Scoring in the top one percent of her class on college entrance exams, she postponed formal education to pursue a career in modeling.
Having traveled the world as a model, Shaune settled in Los Angeles to chase her dream of acting. After winning a role on the popular soap opera, "Days of Our Lives", and several films, she landed an up and coming series for the Women's Entertainment Network, "Single in the City", that was viewed worldwide in the spring of 2003.
Always fond of the fashion industry and a fan of the designer's works, Shaune has appeared regularly in many magazines such as, People, InStyle, US Weekly, Women's Wear Daily, and has been seen on the E! Channel. Even though She loves every aspect of the world of film and television, she hopes to one day earn her formal education degrees, and possibly become a doctor.