Actress Meet the Parents. Her ancestry includes Italian from her paternal grandfather , German, and English. She has two brothers, Mike and Steve. Polo studied ballet for twelve years and was a dancer for the Delaware February - Vol. Full frontal nudity. Actress Days of Our Lives. She has been married to Harry Hamlin since March 29, They have two
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In October , after losing millions of readers to easily available Internet pornography, Playboy announced that it would be doing away with nudity in favor of partially clothed, raw intimacy. Not a bad idea considering that web traffic to Playboy's site jumped from about 4 million to 16 million when it removed nudity last year. Still, though, the announcement has some mourning the loss of an iconic cultural cornerstone. Despite its raciness and the controversy that occasionally surrounded it, countless celebrities posed for the groundbreaking adult magazine as a sort of Hollywood rite of passage. This Madonna cover is just one of the most famous. When Playboy was first published in , the inaugural issue featured nude photos of Marilyn Monroe. It was notably left undated because the magazine's founder, Hugh Hefner, didn't know if there would be a second issue.
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Actress Come Back, Little Sheba. Throughout the s she worked under a variety of names her own, Judy Ford and January Ford before settling on Terry August Moore was the oldest woman to pose nude for the magazine at age She was in great shape and well trimmed. There was no retouching at the time.
Our editorial content is not influenced by any commissions we receive. Sign up for The Complex Newsletter for breaking news, events, and unique stories. Over the years a lot of hot, nude women have graced the pages of Playboy. And as much as warm-blooded folks all like getting a peek at the Playmate—dreamed up by Hugh Hefner to be the girl next door, stripped bare for your convenience—nothing has the gawk factor of celebrity skin. Playboy launched in December with a celebrity on the cover and in the pages—Marilyn Monroe who didn't actually pose for the mag —but the magazine really didn't trade in famous nudity for its first couple of decades. The girls in Playboy usually had names like Phyllis and Melba, and though they were supreme beauties, they weren't famous outside of the brand. Around the turn of the '80s, that changed. Playboy got hip to the value of naked famous ladies. Pictorials by Bo Derek , Barbara Carrera , and Kim Basinger were some of the earliest examples of celebrities who decided to "do Playboy ," a phrase that is now a ubiquitous suggestion for every starlet with a movie or two under her belt. By the late '90s, Playboy was full-on addicted to celebrities.