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Bobby Trendy
Nationality Vietnamese American
Occupation interior decorator, designer, and television personality
Known for Links with Anna Nicole Smith, television appearances
Website
www.bobbytrendy.tv
Bobby Trendy attending a FiFi LeRoux Fashion Show at Ritual, Hollywood, CA on February 2, 2008

Bobby Trendy is a Vietnamese American interior decorator, designer and television personality. He first achieved notoriety as a series regular on The Anna Nicole Show.

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Early life and career

Trendy claims he was dubbed "Bobby Trendy" in the seventh grade when people noted the trendy clothing he always wore. Before becoming a designer and interior decorator, Trendy worked as a cashier at Kmart. He is openly gay.[1]

Trendy opened his business, Designs by Bobby, in 1998. Specializing in custom furniture and interior design, the business grew quickly and gained several famous clients including Dennis Rodman, Janet Jackson, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Snoop Dogg, and Cypress Hill.[2]

The Anna Nicole Show

After being hired by former Playboy model and actress Anna Nicole Smith to decorate her new home, Trendy made many appearances on Smith's reality series The Anna Nicole Show (2002-2004). Their ongoing feud served as a primary plot line during the show's first season, with Trendy serving as an antagonist.[3]

Following the death of Anna Nicole Smith, Trendy gave numerous press interviews, including appearances on CNN,[4] Fox News and The Howard Stern Show.[5] In an interview with Michael Musto of the Village Voice, Trendy said:

"Anna Nicole Smith made me famous. I'm the most famous designer in the world and I'm forever grateful to her. I just made the call to ask about buying her a star on the Walk of Fame! She was the breadwinner of the family. Howard K. Stern led her in the wrong direction by isolating her from other people."[6]

Additional Work

In the fall 2008, Trendy began participating in Fox Reality's Gimme My Reality Show!, in which D-list celebrities compete for their own reality show.

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Bobby Trendy
Nationality Vietnamese
Occupation interior decorator, designer, and television personality
Known for Links with Anna Nicole Smith, television appearances
Website
www.bobbytrendy.tv

Bobby Trendy is a Vietnamese interior decorator, designer and television personality in the U.S. He first achieved notoriety as a series regular on The Anna Nicole Show.

Contents

Early life and career

Trendy claims he was dubbed "Bobby Trendy" in the seventh grade when people noted the trendy clothing he always wore. Before becoming a designer and interior decorator, Trendy worked as a cashier at Kmart. He is openly gay.[1]

Trendy opened his business, Designs by Bobby, in 1998. Specializing in custom furniture and interior design, the business grew quickly and gained several famous clients including Dennis Rodman, Janet Jackson, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Snoop Dogg, and Cypress Hill.[2]

The Anna Nicole Show

After being hired by former Playboy model and actress Anna Nicole Smith to decorate her new home, Trendy made many appearances on Smith's reality series The Anna Nicole Show (2002–2004). Their ongoing feud served as a primary plot line during the show's first season, with Trendy serving as an antagonist.[3]

Following the death of Anna Nicole Smith, Trendy gave numerous press interviews, including appearances on CNN,[4] Fox News and The Howard Stern Show.[5] In an interview with Michael Musto of the Village Voice, Trendy said:

"Anna Nicole Smith made me famous. I'm the most famous designer in the world and I'm forever grateful to her. I just made the call to ask about buying her a star on the Walk of Fame! She was the breadwinner of the family. Howard K. Stern led her in the wrong direction by isolating her from other people."[6]

Additional Work

In the fall 2008, Trendy began participating in Fox Reality's Gimme My Reality Show!, in which D-list celebrities compete for their own reality show.

Reference

External links

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