Tiffany Taylor is an American model and actress. She is most famous for being named Playboy's "Playmate of the Month" in November 1998.
Discovered by Playboy at a Hawaiian Tropic National Finals competition, the fact that Tiffany Taylor wound up being their "Playmate of the Month" in November 1998 should come as no surprise. What may come as a surprise, however, is what a smart investor she is. After shooting with Playboy when she was just a junior in college, Tiffany didn't immediately blow all of her money of a fancy car or mansion, but instead invested it in both stocks and commercial property she could then sell. Since then, she has used the money earned to buy up even more property, using her earnings as a means to not only start her own lingerie company, Lauralei, but also her own production company as well.
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So how did such a stunning and savvy model such as Tiffany get her start? Born Summer Hanson back in July 17, 1977, she attended Loudoun Country Day School in Virginia until the 7th grade when her parents divorced and she moved with her father to Silver Spring, Maryland. There, she eventually began working at a Hooters restaurant as she began to pursue a career in modeling. All the while, she was also working on attaining her degree in criminology and criminal justice from the University of Maryland, which she accomplished in July 2002.
The rest, as they say, is history. After her career altering role as "Playmate of the Month," Tiffany went on to make countless appearances in Playboy special editions while continuing to pursue other avenues of modeling as well. Once such avenue even saw her as a finalist in the Miss Photogenic American Dream competition. While she seemed to disappear from the Playboy scene in the mid-2000s, she's since had a resurgence in her 30s which has men drooling on themselves all over again.