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Chantel Dubay (born November 12, 1968 in Dearborn, Michigan) is an American model and aspiring actress. She is best known for appearing as one of Barker's Beauties on The Price is Right from 1996-1999. She is occasionally credited (erroneously) as "Chantal Dubay."

One of Chantel's first TV appearances (if not her very first) was in a 1993 episode of Married With Children titled "You Can't Miss" where she played a character named Candy Lapinsky.

One year later, Chantel tried out for the position of new Barker's Beauty on The Price is Right (first appearance being February 23, 1994) which went to Gena Lee Nolin (as announced on the 23rd Season Premiere show).

In late 1995, after Gena left the show after landing a contract role on Baywatch and long-time model Holly Hallstrom was dismissed, it was then decided to downsize the number of Barker's Beauties from four to three.

Dubay resurfaced in early 1996 as she auditioned for Barker's Beauty again and while a handful of other tryout models auditioned, Chantel and Cindy Margolis rotated more frequently (Kyle Aletter also appeared during the 1996 model tryouts).

On April 22, 1996, Chantel was announced as the new, permanent Barker's Beauty and remained onboard with the show over the next four years.

Chantel made a very difficult decision to leave The Price is Right as she bid a fond farewell on the 28th Season Premiere show (aired on September 20, 1999) and on the same show, the home and studio audience said hello to Nikki Ziering, who was selected as Dubay's permanent replacement.

Shortly after her departure, Chantel wed her fiancé-now-Husband Randy Beck. Her last known televised appearance was in 2002 when she was interviewed for the E! channel's E! True Hollywood Story about The Price is Right.

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