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Former 'Baywatch Babe' Kelly Monaco Spreads Kindness Around The World

Kelly Bensimon, Kelly Monaco and Joanna Kruppa attend a Hotel Durex event hosted by Jenny McCarthy benefiting the charity Dance4Life,
Kelly Bensimon, Kelly Monaco and Joanna Kruppa attend a Hotel Durex event hosted by Jenny McCarthy benefiting the charity Dance4Life,Seth Browarnik/WorldRedEye.com

Actress Kelly Monaco's first television role was on the popular nighttime drama "Baywatch." She followed that success in the late 1990's with minor roles in the films "BASEketball", "Idle Hands" and "Mumford".

Monacoalso starred on ABC soap operas "Port Charles" and "General Hospital" and was nominated for a Daytime Emmy. The actress has appeared on ABC's "Dancing With The Stars" twice. The first time winning the coveted mirrorball trophy and second time coming in third place.

In July 2009, Monaco and several other daytime celebrities traveled to Kenya, Africa as a part of the Feed the Childrenprogram. She delivered food and other supplies as well as visited schools and orphanages built by the organization.

Founded in 1979 and headquartered in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Feed The Children is one of the largest international charities based in the U.S. They provide hope and resources for those without life’s essentials. Feed The Children addresses four basic needs: food and nutrition, water and sanitation, education and health, and livelihood community development.

In addition to helping families and communities around the world achieve lasting self-sufficiency, Feed The Children also responds quickly in times of disaster to provide emergency supplies for those in need.

Q: What charity do you support?

Kelly: I support many charities, but Feed The Children is one of the bigger charities that I support and I support it because of what it stands for. I have been all over the world with them and anyone that wants any information should Google it. It speaks for itself. It has been around a really long time.

Q: What is the nicest thing someone has done for you?

Kelly: Everyday I experience random acts of kindness. I think you do unto others as you want done unto you. I'm kind to people and I think I get that in return. Genuine kindness. I don't think it has to be an act where you receive something physical. A smile is enough. Like [when] driving - you catch the eye of somebody, you connect somewhere. It's brilliant!