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|Corrine Cole AKA Lari Laine|
Laine with Ozzie Nelson as a guest star in The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet, 1958.
|Playboy centerfold appearance|
|Preceded by||Felicia Atkins|
|Succeeded by||Judy Lee Tomerlin|
April 13, 1937 |
Brentwood, California, United States
|Height||5 ft 9 in (1.75 m)|
|Weight||124 lb (56 kg; 8.9 st)|
Lari Laine was the pseudonym briefly used by Corrine Cole (born April 13, 1937 in Brentwood, California), who is an American model and actress; she predominately used her real name in her acting career, however, after around 1959.
She was Playboy magazine's Playmate of the Month for the May 1958 issue, with her centerfold photographed by Ron Vogel. According to The Playmate Book, Corrine Cole used a pseudonym for her Playboy appearance because her father was considering running for Congress and she didn't want to disrupt those plans.
Cole married her first husband, Jack Entratter, in 1968; they divorced a few years later. In 1972, she married Roger Heffron; they had a child and divorced in 1980. Finally, in 1990, Cole married her third husband, director George Sidney, with whom she worked on the 1966 film The Swinger. He died in 2002 after 12 years of marriage to Cole.
- The Lucifer Complex (1978)
- The Limit (1972) .... Judy
- The Party (1968) .... Janice Kane
- Who's Minding the Mint? (1967) .... Doris Miller
- Murderers' Row (1966) .... Miss January
- The Swinger (1966) .... Sir Hubert's Secretary
- The Murder Men (1961) (as Lari Laine)
- Arson for Hire (1959) (as Lari Laine) .... Cindy, the secretary
- Cannon - "Memo from a Dead Man" (1973) .... Sigurd
- Ironside - "Side Pocket" (1968) .... Judy
- The F.B.I. - "Region of Peril" (1968) .... Linda Soames
- The Monkees - "Wild Monkees" (1967) .... Queenie
- The Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet - "A Wife in the Office" (1964) .... Miss Logan
- Hazel - "Barney Hatfield, Where Are You?" (1962) … Boo-Boo Bedoux
- Bachelor Father - "Bentley and the Beauty Contest" (1959) … Miss Saskatchewan
- Peter Gunn - "The Ugly Frame" (1959) ... uncredited