On January 3, 1977, Holly Hallstrom joined the cast of The Price Is Right as the third model after Anitra Ford left the program the previous fall. Hallstrom appeared, along with Janice Pennington and Dian Parkinson, as one of the principal models on all versions of the show from the late 1970s through the early 1990s. In September 1995, host Bob Barker dismissed Hallstrom from The Price is Right. Holly later alleged that the real reason for her dismissal was her refusal to support Barker when another model, Dian Parkinson, sued him for sexual harassment. Holly said Barker ordered her to go on talk shows and do interviews saying that Parkinson was lying, as well as being instructed to recall certain events differently than she remembered them. They both filed lawsuit against each other and in October 2005, Holly received a multimillion dollar settlement.
Holly Hallstrom being interview about her lawsuit against Bob Barker
Part 1 of the Interview with Retroality
Part 2 of the Interview with Retroality