Slim, sexy and toned blonde knockout Julie Anne Clarke was born on August 11, 1971 in Tucson, Arizona. An only child, Julie grew up around St. Simon's Island in Georgia and was an accomplished equestrienne who won many awards at hunter jumping shows as a kid. Clarke moved with her mother to Naples, Florida after her parents divorced when she was 16. She was on the diving team in high school. Julie won a swimwear pageant at age 18. Clarke was the first runner-up at the National Finals for the Venus Swimwear Model Search. A photographer noticed Julie and asked her if you wanted to pose for "Playboy." Clarke was the Playmate of the Month in the March, 1991 issue of "Playboy." She went on to appear in several "Playboy" videos and posed for various "Playboy" special edition publications. Her sole foray into film acting was a small part as Crystal in the enjoyably lowbrow comedy romp "Can It Be Love." Julie has done TV commercials for Disney World, Toyota Celica, and Ford "Splash" trucks. Clarke took a hiatus from modeling in 1997 and worked as a paralegal for several litigation attorneys. She returned to modeling in 2004. Moreover, Julie has worked as an assistant to a sushi chef, enjoys ballroom dancing, and works out two hours a day to stay in shape. Julie Clarke lives in Fort Myers, Florida.