Shana Hiatt

About Shana Hiatt

Who is it?: Actress
Birth Day: December 17, 1975
Birth Place:  Tabernacle, New Jersey, United States
Birth Sign: Capricorn
Occupation: Model, presenter, and poker player
Spouse(s): Tommy Gunn (divorced) James "Jimmy" Van Patten (1999-2005) (divorced) Todd Garner (2005–present)
Children: 1

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Shana Hiatt was born on December 17, 1975 in  Tabernacle, New Jersey, United States, is Actress. Shana Hiatt was born on December 17, 1975 in Tabernacle, New Jersey, USA. She is an actress, known for Grandma's Boy (2006), Must Love Dogs (2005) and The 4th Tenor (2002). She has been married to Todd Garner since October 2005. They have one child. She was previously married to James Van Patten and Tommy Gunn.
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💰 Net worth: Under Review

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Hiatt was Miss Hawaiian Tropic USA in 1995 and had represented Beach Haven, New Jersey, after winning the local Hawaiian Tropic pageant at Touché nightclub in 1994. After becoming Miss Hawaiian Tropic USA, Hiatt was the cover model and posed nude inside the pages of Playboy in their April 1995 The Girls of Hawaiian Tropic issue. She also was on the cover for the video of that photo shoot Playboy: The Girls of Hawaiian Tropic, Naked in Paradise .


After leaving the World Poker Tour in 2005, Hiatt sued the producers in order to get a restraining order to prevent them from keeping her from working on a rival poker show on NBC, Poker After Dark. The WPT argued a non-compete clause was part of her contract, but Hiatt countered that she never signed it. The suit additionally revealed Hiatt left the WPT over a "hostile working environment" involving her husband, movie Producer Todd Garner, whom she married in October 2005. Hiatt was formerly married to James Van Patten, brother of World Poker Tour co-host Vince Van Patten.


While Hiatt was a non-player prior to her job with the World Poker Tour, she is now an avid online poker player who occasionally plays in casinos. She was the host of Poker After Dark and the National Heads-Up Poker Championship, both on NBC. Hiatt left the shows in 2008 due to pregnancy. She was replaced by Marianela Pereyra in Poker After Dark and by Leeann Tweeden in the National Heads-Up Poker Championship.