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Lauren Anderson
Lauren Anderson.jpg
Playboy centerfold appearance
July 2002
Preceded by Michele Rogers
Succeeded by Christina Santiago
Personal details
Born June 6, 1980 ( 1980-06-06) (age 29)
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Measurements Bust: 34 D
Waist: 24
Hips: 35
Height 5 ft 9 in (1.75 m)
Weight 125 lb (57 kg; 8.9 st)

Lauren Anderson (born June 6, 1980 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin) is an American model who was chosen as Playboy's Playmate of the Month in July, 2002 and has appeared in numerous Playboy videos. Lauren was the winner of the TV special Who Wants to Be a Playboy Centerfold?, broadcast on Fox in May 2002. She starred in the variety production "Headlights and Tailpipes" in Las Vegas at the Stardust Resort & Casino. Lauren also owns two salons in Gainesville, Florida named after her, and recently opened a hair and nails salon, also in Gainesville, called Envie.

Anderson is currently a sports anchor at FoxxyNews.com, whose motto is "Fair, Balanced...and Hot." It is a website that mocks Fox News, with Playboy Playmates, Victoria's Secret models, Maxim cover girls and the like.

Anderson appeared in the March 2008 Playboy Spain on the cover as well as a pictorial and interview.

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College

Attended University of Florida where she was discovered by Playboy in 2001 posing in the Girls of the SEC pictorial topless (October 2001)

PETA Activist

Lauren has been a PETA activist since becoming Playboy Playmate in July 2002.[1]

Filmography

  • Playboy: Who Wants to Be a Playboy Centerfold? (2002)[2]
  • Playboy Video Playmate Calendar 2003 (2002)[3]

Television appearances

Anderson has appeared on The Girls Next Door on various episodes between 2005-07, the HBO series Entourage in 2007, Country Music Television in 2005, Fox's The Pulse with Bill O'Reilly in 2002 and E! Television.

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