Have you driven a Ford lately? With her cheerleader-all-grown-up blonde sunniness and tight little bod, Southern belle Faith Ford looks to be one smoooooth ride. Born "Faith Alexis Ford" in Alexandria, Louisiana, to a teacher and an insurance agent, Faith was recognized for her looks at a young age. At the age of seventeen, Faith was a finalist in a Teen Magazine model search. Then she headed to New York City, where she modeled, appeared in commercials, and took acting classes. When she was eighteen, she landed a recurring role on the soap operas One Life To Live (1983) and Another World (1984). Thanks to her modeling history, Faith didn’t have to look far for inspiration for her best-known role, that of effervescent pageant queen "Corky Sherwood" on the long-running sitcom Murphy Brown (1988). And she sure caused wood for fans of the show! She brought her inimitable brand of perkiness to ABC’s Norm (1999), as well as Hope & Faith (2003), alongside equally golden-haired and gorgeous Kelly Ripa. That one was a sit-com, so Faith couldn't get too sexy for the camera, but she did show off her bod in some red lingerie. Some of her more recent credits include works such as Trading Christmas (2011), Field of Vision (2011), The Day I Finally Decided to Kill Myself (2013), The Middle (2015), The Bridge (2015), The Bridge 2 (2016), and Christmas in Mississippi (2017). Miss Ford has not yet Ripa’ed her clothes off, but Mr. Skin has nothing if not Faith!