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Deborah Driggs

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Lovely, shapely, and sultry brunette stunner Deborah Driggs was born on December 13, 1963 in Oakland, California. Deborah was a junior figure skater who performed at ice palaces throughout the Los Angeles Basin as a little girl, but eventually quit figure skating because she couldn't handle all the pressure. Driggs graduated from Leuzinger High School in 1982. Deborah was Saddleback College's homecoming queen in 1983. Moreover, Driggs was a cheerleader for the Saddleback College Gauchos. Following graduation from college Deborah pursued a modeling career; her first job was a TV commercial for the Japanese coffee creamer Creep Christy. Driggs was the Playmate of the Month in the March, 1990 issue of "Playboy." She went on to appear in many "Playboy" videos and posed for a bunch of newsstand special editions. Deborah has acting roles in a few movies that include "Total Exposure," "Night Rhythms," and "Twogether." Driggs married gymnast Mitchell Gaylord on June 28, 1992; the couple had three children prior to divorcing on January 1, 2003. In 2004 Driggs co-wrote with Karen Risch the instructional book "Hot Pink: The Girls' Guide to Primping, Passion, and Pubic Fashion."  See full bio on IMDb »

Ex-Playboy Playmate Deborah Driggs -- Breaks Down Over Bruce Jenner ... He Doesn't Realize His Own Power

Bruce Jenner's Ex-Playmate Friend
Breaks Down in Tears ... He Doesn't Realize His Own Power

One of Bruce Jenner's friends -- a former Playboy Playmate -- couldn't hold back her emotions about his transition ... and the impact he's having on society. Deborah Driggs -- Miss March 1990 --… READ MORE >

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