Stephanie Adams ~ Cherokee

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Stephanie Adams
Stephanie Adams

Adams was born in New Jersey and raised in New York, where she currently resides. She has a mixed heritage of African American, Caucasian, and Cherokee (Native American) ancestry. Adams was raised by her aunts, who were both former models and encouraged her to begin modeling at the age of 16. After appearing in photo shoots for Seventeen magazine, Venus Swimwear, and commercial advertisements for Clairol, Adams appeared as “Miss November 1992″ in Playboy magazine. She earned a bachelor’s degree at Fairleigh Dickinson University while modeling for Wilhelmina Models, switching to Elite Model Management after posing for Playboy.

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Adams was the first Playboy centerfold to become a lesbian spokesmodel. In 1998 New York Post columnist Richard Johnson named her one of the “50 most eligible babes in NY”. Adams once identified herself as a lesbian but no longer identifies as one. She was named “Best NYC lesbian sex symbol”, in 2004 by The Village Voice and has appeared on the magazine’s cover along with LGBT magazine covers and in advertisements. Adams made a cameo appearance for the “Top 10″ list on the Late Show with David Letterman November 20, 2003 to commemorate the 50-year anniversary of Playboy magazine

Stephanie Adams Details

Name Stephanie Adams
Birthday Orange, NJ
Birth place July 24, 1970
Ethnicity Cherokee Indian/Caucasian/African American Unabridged
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