Laurie Ann Carr

Slim, sensuous and gorgeous brunette knockout Laurie Ann Carr was born on December 11, 1965 in Dallas, Texas. Laurie had a very conservative upbringing. Carr studied commercial art in Texas, but eventually quit to become a model. One of Laurie’s friends sent her pictures to “Playboy.” She was the Playmate of the Month in the December, 1986 issue of “Playboy.” Carr was featured in a few “Playboy” videos and posed for a bunch of “Playboy” newsstand special editions. Moreover, Laurie embarked on a brief acting career: She had a small role as a nurse in the horror comedy “Mortuary Academy” and made a guest appearance on an episode of the TV series “Full House.” In addition, she was featured as the cover model on the albums “Stick It To Ya” and “Stick It Live” by the hard rock band Slaughter. Carr married rock musician Robbin Crosby from the heavy metal group Ratt in 1987; the couple divorced in 1991. Laurie Ann Carr now works as a chiropractor.

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