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9 Amazing Bodies of Rizzoli & Isles Stars

Here's now they stay in shape.

Step into the world of 'Rizzoli & Isles,' and explore the incredible health and fitness journeys of its stars in "11 Amazing Bodies of 'Rizzoli & Isles' Stars." Here we reveal how the cast, including Angie Harmon and Sasha Alexander, prepared physically and mentally for their roles in the beloved crime drama series. Discover Angie Harmon's simple yet effective approach to staying fit, Sasha Alexander's balanced diet with fun weekend indulgences, and Lorraine Bracco's transformative cleanse. Learn about Idara Victor's inspiring career shift, Adam Sinclair's farm-fresh cooking habits, and Annabeth Gish's minimalist skincare routine. Understand Donnie Wahlberg's unique diet tips and Jaqueline Bisset's dietary evolution for better health.


Angie Harmon


Angie Harmon played Detective Jane Rizzoli on the show. She opened up about her fitness secrets in an interview with New Beauty. "I don't have one except for running to the gate at the airport." However, Harmon says that she does eat healthy. "I do have a very healthy diet and try to be mostly sugar-free, and now I'm also trying to be gluten-free."


Sasha Alexander


Sasha Alexander played Dr. Maura Isles on the show. She shared some of her wellness secrets in an interview with The Chicago Sun Times. "I eat clean all week long, but I do give myself a free day on the weekends to have a meal that's fun, and I eat it with my kids. I don't just do pizza. I love cooking, and this is when I try out new things. I'll eat a couple of bites of dessert."


Lorraine Bracco


Lorraine Bracco played Angela Rizzoli on the show. She revealed to People that she decided to go on a cleanse when she wanted to get healthy. "All of a sudden, I started to have more energy and less aches and pains," she says. "I decided I was going to continue to eat clean eat closest to the source, no processed foods. Protein, veggies and fruits. Fresh, fresh, fresh."


Idara Victor

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Idara Victor played Nina Holiday, and joined in the show's fifth season. She talked about working on the show Starved, and how her co-stars encouraged her to pursue acting to Tvline. "They encouraged me to pursue acting, because I was in school for business. They were like, 'I couldn't even imagine you working in some office."


Adam Sinclair

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Adam Sinclair played Dr. Kent Drake, and joined the show in its sixth season. He makes sure to eat a healthy diet. He revealed in this Instagram post that he likes to get vegetables delivered and he makes food with them. In the photo, he has zucchini, squash, lettuce, and peppers. Sinclair captioned the post, "Farm box day. What to cook????"


Annabeth Gish


Annabeth Gish had a recurring role as Alice Sands on the show. She shared her approach to skincare in an interview with Glamour.  "I'm typically a minimalist because too much stuff is just rigorous for me, but as I'm aging, I do have a few things that are definitely on my bedside table."


Donnie Wahlberg

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Donnie Wahlberg had a recurring role as Lieutenant Joe Grant. He tells Country Living that he loves Frank's red hot sauce, and it helps him eat healthy. "A lot of people don't like egg whites for breakfast, they think it's not as tasty as regular eggs," he says. "If you want to make them more tasty, put Frank's on it. People don't like grilled chicken breast, they think it's kind of bland. They want to put barbecue sauce all over it or this or that. I put Frank's on it. It's kind of a no brainer."


Jaqueline Bisset


Jaqueline Bisset played the recurring role of Constance Isles. She opened up about her diet and favorite foods to Parade. "I used to eat more meat when I grew up near Redding, England, and we also had lots of white sugar and white flour. I did have organic vegetables out of the garden. Now bringing them home from the market is kind of an uplifting moment. Since my 40s I've been sorting out my diet, throwing the frying pan away and getting the steamer out which makes me feel lighter. I use cold-pressed olive oil and don't cook high temperature foods. I do make lots of vegetable soup with al dente vegetables. I need to be careful with salt or I get very puffy."


Chris Vance

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Chris Vance had a recurring role as Charles Jones on the show. He talked about getting into acting to "I decided to take a chance at something I knew nothing about and see if I could learn something about myself. It's been the most amazing growth curve ever; it's been really rewarding to me and I'm very glad I did it."

Anna Bechtel
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