Teri Weigel

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Teri Weigel
Teri Weigel AVN 2003.jpg
Teri Weigel at the AVN Adult Entertainment Expo on January 11, 2003
Playboy centerfold appearance
April 1986
Preceded by Kim Morris
Succeeded by Christine Richters
Personal details
Born Teresa Susan Weigel
(1962-02-24) February 24, 1962 (age 52)[1]
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
Measurements Bust: 36D[1]
Waist: 21
Hips: 34
Height 5 ft 7 in (1.70 m)[1]
Weight 108 pounds (49 kg)

Official website

Teresa "Teri" Susan Weigel (born February 24, 1962) is an American pornographic actress, fashion and nude model and Playboy Playmate.

Early life[edit]

Weigel was born in Fort Lauderdale, Florida[2] and grew up in Deerfield Beach, Florida.[3] She began modeling while in her teens, appearing in the Saks Fifth Avenue catalog among other venues.[3]


She appeared on the cover of the November 1985 issue of Playboy, and then was the Playboy Playmate for April 1986. Weigel also appeared in a number of Playboy videos. She subsequently had several minor roles in mainstream film, including Predator 2 and Marked for Death, and made several appearances as "Jade" on Married... with Children. She was also the second Playmate to go on to appear in Penthouse magazine, after Ursula Buchfellner, November 1985.[citation needed] She worked for a time at the Bunny Ranch Nevada brothel until September 1998.[4]

Weigel was in a severe car accident in August 1990, in which she suffered severe neck and back injuries that required five operations.[5] Unable to work for four months due to her injuries, she and her husband, Murrill Maglio, were forced to sell their home and move into an apartment. During production on a nude video that was one of Weigel's last projects for Playboy, a co-worker suggested doing adult movies in order to earn money. Though initially dismissive of the idea, Weigel, considering her dwindling career options, eventually reconsidered. Weigel and Maglio spoke to their neighbors, Fred and Patti Lincoln, who produced adult films.[6]

Her first film was Inferno in 1991, in which she costarred with Marc Wallice.[5] According to Weigel and Maglio, they do not see Weigel's sexual intercourse with other men as a problem because of the security of their relationship. Maglio has had minor, non-sexual roles in some of her films. To enhance her career viability, Weigel underwent breast augmentation, enlarging her breasts to 36 double-D's. Though she was the first Playboy among the 450 who have appeared in the magazine to cross over into porn, the publisher terminated its relationship with her, as Playmates who do porn are no longer allowed to represent the company.[5] Weigel's new career also hurt her relationship with her family, as her parents stopped speaking to her by 1992.[6]

In 2000, Playboy sued Weigel over her use of the Playboy logo on her website.[5]

In 2005, Weigel was one of many porn actors inducted into the AVN Hall of Fame at the AVN Awards, the major industry awards show held annually in Las Vegas.

Personal life[edit]

She has been married to Murrill Maglio since December 1986.[6]

Selected filmography[edit]

Year Film Role Notes
1986 Playboy Video Centerfold: Teri Weigel Herself
1987 Playboy's Fantasies Herself
1988 Glitch! Lydia
Cheerleader Camp Pam Bently Alternative title: Bloody Pom-Poms
Return of the Killer Tomatoes Matt's playmate
1989 Savage Beach Anjelica
Playboy's Secrets of EuroMassage Herself
Night Visitor Victim
1990 Marked for Death Sexy Girl #2
Predator 2 Colombian Girl
Wet & Wild II Herself
1991 Sexy Lingerie III Herself
1992 Innocent Blood Melody Lounge Dancer Alternative title: A French Vampire in America
Penthouse Fast Cars/Fantasy Women Herself
Year Title Role Notes
1988–1990 Married... with Children Jade 4 episodes
1989 227 Gorgeous Girl 1 episode
2002 The Mind of the Married Man Dolly 1 episode


  1. ^ a b c "Playmate listing". Retrieved 2008-10-26. 
  2. ^ 4 at Playboy Online
  3. ^ a b "Teri's Biography". teriweigel.com. Retrieved 2008-10-27. 
  4. ^ "Teri Weigel Interview". Adult Industry News. 1999-12-15. Retrieved 2008-08-23. 
  5. ^ a b c d Trevor Aaronson (2004-05-06). "Deep Inside the Bunny". New Times Broward-Palm Beach. Retrieved 2009-05-16. 
  6. ^ a b c Davis, Kevin (1995-09-17). "A Star is Porn". Sun-Sentinel Ft. Lauderdale. Retrieved 2009-05-16. 

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