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Playmate of the Month
Barbara Ann Moore is an American model, actress and National
Pro-Am Ballroom Dance Champion. She was the Playmate of the Month in
the December, 1992 issue of “Playboy” and has appeared in
Playboy videos. The luscious blonde beauty has acted in several films,
including “Wild Malibu Weekend!” (1995), “Austin
Powers: International Man of Mystery” (1997) and “Five
Aces” (1999), as well as in episodes of “Married with
Children,” “Blossom” and “Silk
In 2005, the former flight attendant was scheduled to marry actor
Lorenzo Lamas, but the wedding was canceled at the last minute. She is
the mother of a young girl named Priscilla (born 2007).
Childhood and Family:
Barbara Ann Moore was born on August 21, 1968, in Spokane, Washington.
She was raised in a strict Christian family in Seattle, along with her
two brothers Michael and Terry. She was a cheerleader in high school.
She relocated to Nashville, Tennessee when she was 19 years old.
In June 2007, Ms. Moore gave birth to a daughter, Priscilla.
International Man of Mystery
At age 19, Barbara Ann Moore worked as a flight attendant. She later
took modeling and appeared in music videos for various artists like
Aerosmith, Reba McEntire, Hank Williams Jr., Phil Collins and Waylon
Jennings. She played the cheating wife in McEntire's video for the song
“The Night The Lights Went Out in Georgia” (1992). Moore
was chosen as Playboy's Playmate of the Month for December 1992,
succeeding the Orange, New Jersey born model and author Stephanie
Adams. She served as a “Playboy” spokesperson for several
years and has appeared in many “Playboy” videos.
Moore made her television acting debut in an episode of “Married
with Children” called “The Wedding Repercussions”
(1993), playing Dee Anna. She continued to land guest spots in NBC's
“Blossom” (1993, as Ariel) and Stephen J. Cannell's
“Silk Stalkings” (1993). Billed as Barbara
Moore, she debuted on the wide screen with a leading role in the
1995 comedy “Wild Malibu Weekend!,” directed by Jason
Williams. Later that same year, Moore portrayed Hope in the adventure
film “Cyber Bandits,” opposite Martin Kemp, Alexandra Paul
and Adam Ant, and had a featured role as champagne glass model in
“Temptress,” a thriller movie directed by Lawrence Lanoff
and starring Kim Delaney, Chris Sarandon and Corbin Bernsen.
In 1996, Moore appeared as casino dealer in the action/comedy film
“Fox Hunt,” which was co-written and directed by Michael
Berns. The film starred Andrew Bowen, Robia LaMorte and Timothy
Bottoms. In the next year, she played one of the Fembots in the first
Austin Power film, “Austin Powers: International Man of
Mystery,” directed by Jay Roach. Moore had a bit part in the 1998
comedy film “Beach House,” starring Dalton James, Brooke
Langton and Chris Hardwick, and played Rosanne Barton in
the 1999 comedy/drama film “Five Aces,” starring
Charlie Sheen, Christopher McDonald and David
In 2004, Moore appeared along with fellow Playboy centerfolds Christina
Santiago, Audra Lynn and Serria Tawan in the game show “Family
Feud” in the episode “Playboy Playmates vs.
Bachelors.” In the following year, she appeared in the made for
television film “The Entertainment Weekly Guide: Guilty
Moore embarked on ballroom dancing and finally became a U.S. National Pro-Am Ballroom Dance Champion.