Hello Mrs. Milano what do we have here but a few spiritual symbols placed here and there. Let us begin with the Buddhist “Hum” she has on her neck. Thumbs up for that one, the style is clear and bold and if you are going to put something on your neck the symbol for universal wisdom, unity and power is a decent choice. She also has an “Om” on one of her wrists to compliment the “Hum”. Right on, we can dig all the Buddhist script characters if that’s what you’re into. On her right wrist however is a snake that is biting its own tail, also known as the Celtic ouroboros, symbolizing the cycle of life and death. Then on her shoulder some rosary beads and a cross. On her ankle, she has an angel and then there is another angel/faerie on her stomach. Wait a minute, I think she left out a few religions, where is the star of David and some Arabic script? Middle Eastern fans of hers are going to feel left out. And on her other ankle some flowers? How do the flowers fit in? Maybe she started with that one before she decided to go all spiritual on us.
Born in Washington DC in 1972, Alexandra Tydings is best known for playing the role of Aphrodite (the Greek Goddess) on geek favorites; Hercules:The Legendary Journeys and Xena: Warrior Princess. She look different without the big blond curly wig. No you wouldn’t have seen her tats on the TV because that wouldn’t quite fit in with ancient Greek culture. I bet that would be a pain to have the makeup department cover up her ink every day of shooting. Usually, they simply covered it with a pink band. These days, she doesn’t do much acting, and instead teaching a “Rock and Roll Aerobics” class at a gym in DC, where she’s married and has two kids, but she still bares the marks of her younger days as a model and actress on her skin. On her right arm, she has a Celtic band that she designed herself, while on her left shoulder blade, she has a fairy, which she also drew up on her own. Settled down outside of the spotlight, and with two kids on her arm, it’s unlikely Alexandra will be getting anymore ink in the future, so we wish her good luck and minimal color fading as she gets older.