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|Playboy centerfold appearance|
|Preceded by||Kimberley Stanfield|
|Succeeded by||Dalene Kurtis|
May 8, 1977 |
|Height||5 ft 3 in (1.60 m)|
|Weight||105 lb (48 kg; 7.5 st)|
Walcott was born to a family of four children. She is of Italian, Irish, and Polish descent. Her childhood was spent in Youngstown, Ohio. She was a cheerleader and a dancer growing up. In 1995, she graduated from Lowellville High School. Walcott wanted to be a veterinarian, mostly because she had many pets at her house.
In October 1996, at the age of nineteen, Walcott visited Los Angeles and decided to move there. The first few years in L.A. were rough, as she worked two jobs while taking business classes at Santa Monica College. In 2000, Walcott temporarily moved to Chicago to be close to her grandmother, who was very ill. When her grandmother died, Walcott decided to move back to Los Angeles.
After her move back to Los Angeles, Walcott decided to become a model. In late 2000 and early 2001, she attended a Playboy party as a makeup artist working an event, and was taken notice of by accident; she was scheduled to shoot in mid-2001. She was chosen as the Playmate of the Month for August 2001. She subsequently launched her own website, and appeared in many Playboy magazines. She was chosen by Carmen Electra to model for her celebrity guest photographer photo shoot on playboy.com.
Walcott was on the Playboy Xtreme team.
During her first pregnancy, she appeared on the cover of Holistic Health Magazine, explaining to the magazine that she chose to maintain her pregnancy and birth organically, without the use of drugs.
Walcott has posed in and for the covers of Moves, American Curves, Muscle & Fitness, Hers, Physical, Iron Man, VP Racing Fuel, Playboy's swimsuit calendar, Performance Audio and Sound, AtoZ, Playboy Catalog, Planet Muscle, 944, Stun, Matco calendar, Flirt catalog, People (Australian magazine) and many Playboy Special Editions.
In 2005, Walcott appeared in American Pie: Band Camp. In 2008, she was in the movie The Pool Boys. She is now the spokesperson for Ciclon rum and Bally's slot machine. She is also the new Mickey's girl.
She has been featured on many television shows such as Weakest Link, Street Smarts, Dog Eat Dog, Wild On!, Russian roulette, Howard Stern, MTV Cribs, Entertainment Tonight, Best Damn Sports Show Period, Ripley's Believe It or Not, The Other Half, and has been featured on E! True Hollywood Story (football wives) and Mom Time.
As of late 2009, Walcott co-hosted a local advice show in Arizona called Mom Time TV.
Walcott is also a poet. One of her poems won a statewide Reader's Digest contest.
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- Playboy magazine; February 2009; Page 112.
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- Jen's official blog about Mickeys Archived 2012-03-01 at the Wayback Machine.
- Jennifer Walcott at SPiN
- "Playmate News". Playboy. Playboy Inc. 56: 122–123. November 2009.
- POSTAL Babe Jennifer Walcott Archived 2010-10-05 at the Wayback Machine. at Running With Scissors' official website.
- POSTAL 3 Characters Archived 2012-02-15 at the Wayback Machine. at Running With Scissors' official website.
- Sheryl Bushaw (2008-02-13). "Playmate's Chihuahuas poisoned in Chandler". East Valley Tribune. Archived from the original on 2008-04-18.
- Larry Brown (2007-08-30). "Myspace Creep Busted for Stalking Adam Archuleta's Girlfriend, Jennifer Walcott". AOL Sports Blog.
- "Official site bio". Archived from the original on 2008-03-10. Retrieved 2008-06-28.