Divini Rae Sorenson
Measurements: 36C - 26 - 36
Hair: Natural Blonde
Ambitions: To invest in real estate in the
U.S., continue in publishing, and be a wonderful wife and mother someday
Turn-ons: Genuiness, courage, wisdom, confidence,
charisma, sophistication, and people who join my site
Turn-offs: Negativity, gossip, jealousy,
narcissism, and hypocritical puritanism
Places I've called home: Alaska, Oregon,
Australia, New York City, and L.A.
Items I can't live without: A bottle of water
at all times, a notepad and pen, dental floss, chapstick, mango butter
lotion and antibacterial hand sanitizer
How could a girl as gorgeous as Divini Rae have escaped our attention
until now? Maybe the fact that she spent much of her life in a remote
Alaskan fishing village has something to do with it. "The only way
to reach the village is by plane in the winter or by boat in the summer,"
Divini says. "Most of the other kids in town had televisions, but
we weren't allowed to watch TV. Nevermind which, we didn't have electricity."
Despite the long winters, Divini grew up with a disposition as sunny as
her name: "My Mother told me that the first thing she thought of
when I was born was that I was like a divine ray of sunshine, and that's
why she decided to name me Divini Rae."
Growing up in a home with no running water or electricity, Divini became
an avid reader and graduated from high school with honors, one year early.
She then studied psychology and journalism at an Oregon college on a two-year
academic scholarship before a vacation in Sydney, Australia led to modeling,
hosting, acting, and voice-over work. She lived between Sydney and New
York for five years before moving to Los Angeles. Divini dabbled in acting
work down under, guest starring on the popular TV drama Above the Law,
soap opera Home and Away, and hosting a show on which she interviewed
sports celebrities. "I never had any ambition to be an actress -
or a model for that matter - but I had a great time working on some excellent
shows and shooting some great campaigns."
She even launched her own monthly magazine, SWAY (Sydney Will Amaze You),
documenting the city's abundant nightlife. "Hef granted me an interview
for the special edition issue of SWAY, and that issue is now a collector's
item," she says. Now the entrepreneur is busy putting together a
sexy calendar of Playmate friends to be sold on her website, DiviniRae.com.
"I've never produced or published a calendar before, and it's going
to be smokin'," she says. Miss November's enthusiasm for what lies
around the corner is infectious.
This is one brainy beauty whose hands are never idle. "It's rare
that I relax," she says. "I have so much energy that I do sit-ups
to feel productive while I watch one of my favorite TV shows, Will &
Grace." She's just as focused about the type of guy she likes to
hang out with. "I'm into the person, not looks," she says. "I
know that sounds cliché, but it's true. I'm attracted to charisma,
wisdom, and sophistication - someone who is articulate, likes to read,
has a silly, strange sense of humor, and is easygoing. I like men to be
men, and I want to be treated like a lady - open doors for me, speak respectfully.
I'm not into the bad-boy thing or celebrity egos: Just gentlemen with
manners for me."
"I told my Mother that Playboy simply helps a woman recognize her
sexuality and embrace it in a beautiful way. I feel very comfortable in
my skin. I've never been terribly inhibited or reserved, which is odd
because I'm from an extremely conservative family," Divini says.
A model and actress for over a decade, Divini is now becoming well-known
for her pin-up photography, which she features on her website: DiviniRae.com.
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