Bonnie-Jill Angelica Laflin (born March 15, 1976 in San Francisco, California) is an American Model, Actress, TV Host and Sportscaster. She appeared as a one-time Briefcase Model on the NBC Game Show Deal or No Deal and was also a player scout for the Los Angeles Lakers, making her the first female scout in the National Basketball Association.
A San Francisco native, Bonnie-Jill Laflin first gained public attention as a cheerleader with the Golden State Warriors of the NBA and is a former National Football League San Francisco 49ers and Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader.
She was crowned 1997 Miss Dallas-Fort Worth USA and her work as a cheerleader and model helped her into television with landing supporting roles on shows such as Baywatch during the 1998-1999 season and Ally McBeal in 2000. In 2001, Laflin appeared in her first fully credited film role in the drama She Said I Love You.
Bonnie-Jill then became a local TV personality, hosting Hotlines in 2003 and the United Rockcrawling & Off-Road Challenge Series in 2004. She was also a correspondent for Prime 9 News with KCAL-TV in Los Angeles, California and a correspondent for ESPN's Cold Pizza.
In December 2005, Laflin paid a visit to the Game Show scene as she was selected to appear as one of the 26 Briefcase Models on the newly NBC Game Show Deal or No Deal. During it's premiere week only, which aired during the week of December 19-23, 2005, Bonnie-Jill stood beside Briefcase #15 and was ranked #89 on the Maxim Hot 100 Women of 2005.
She was also named among the Top Hooters girls of all time as part of the restaurant chain's 25th Anniversary in 2008.
Bonnie-Jill has previously worked with the Los Angeles Lakers as a professional talent scout and as one of the two assistant general managers of the Lakers' development team, the Los Angeles D-Fenders.
In March 2012, Laflin announced via Twitter, that she and Kareem Rush will pair up in a fantasy basketball sports radio program on SiriusXM called The Rush Hour. The show launched on October 23, 2012, The show features various professional athletes as guests and generally has been well received. Later that December, she announced via Twitter the show has been renewed for 2013.
Bonnie-Jill's other current radio shows include "Playboy Fantasy Football on Sirius.XM" and University of Texas pre and post football game shows for ESPN Austin.
She has also traveled to Iraq/Afghanistan 7 times on USO Tours supporting the troops.