Laurie Jo Fetter is the Playboy Playmate for May 2003. Though being Centerfold is a highwater mark in Laurie’s modeling career, this isn’t the first time she’s graced the pages of a major publication. “I remember getting the cover of Sew News, a national sewing magazine, when I was 11. It was the coolest thing at that age!” she laughs. “Acting is my passion, however. My high school had an incredible theater program, and I took voice lessons for six years. I started acting in plays when I was eight and I sang and danced. Since I arrived in Los Angeles, I’ve done an independent film and hope to do more.” For good measure, Laurie is also getting her real estate license and taking classes at UCLA. “I graduated from high school early and went right into my career, so I’m at a point where I really need the mental stimulation,” she says.
Miss May admits her career isn’t the only thing that prompted her shotgun trip to the West Coast. “I met my boyfriend in LA before I moved. Sometimes you look into someone’s eyes and they’re kind of blank, and you don’t really know what is going on. He looked at me and it was kind of freaky because I felt like he was looking right through me. I think I’ve slept at my house twice since we got together — in fact most, if not all, of my stuff is at his place. I have my own house but I think all that’s left there are one pair of shoes and a bed.” As for her future, Laurie has adopted a philosophical approach. “You get dealt so many different cards every day, and you don’t know where you’re going to end up tomorrow. It’s a tough business, and I don’t have any illusions about it. But I would love to be a working actress for the rest of my life. Entertaining is what I was born to do.”
Laurie Jo Fetter Bio
Name: Laurie Jo Fetter
Birthplace: Chicago, IL
Height: 5′ 8″
Weight: 115 lbs
Ambitions: To graduate from college, to be happy and successful in life and eventually mary and be a good wife and mom.
Turn-Ons: Sunday afternoon football, men in uniform, chivalry, a good sense of humor.
Turnoffs: Boy bands, overly sensitive men, people who believe they are above others, mean, crabby people…negativity.
Five Things Always In My Fridge: Snack Pack, grapefruit, hot dogs, Corona and AA batteries.
If I Had More Time I Would: Take on a bigger class load at UCLA and go to Disneyland.
Five Cds I Can’t Live Without: Rolling Stones, U2, Bruce Springsteen, Beatles, Eminem.
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