Jennifer Walcott (born May 8, 1977 in Youngstown, Ohio) is an American glamour model and actress best known as a centerfold in Playboy magazine
Walcott was born to a family of four children. 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 for Walcott 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 and when her grandmother died Walcott decided to move back to Los Angeles.
She is also a poet. One of her poems won a statewide Reader’s Digest contest.
She has posed for covers of Muscle & Fitness, Hers, Physical and Iron Man.
After her move back to Los Angeles, Walcott decided to become a model. In late 2000 and early 2001, she attended many Playboy parties and was scheduled to shoot in mid-2001. She was chosen the Playmate of the Month for August 2001. She subsequently launched her own website, and appeared in many Playboy videos. She was chosen by Carmen Electra to model for her celebrity guest photographer photo shoot on playboy.com.
In 2005, Walcott starred in American Pie: Band Camp. In 2008, Walcott will be in the movie American Summer. She is now the spokesperson for Ciclon rum. She is also the new Mickey’s girl.
Walcott was chosen as a finalist to compete in the 2006 WWE Diva Search, but dropped out due to conflicts with other projects.
She is married to Chicago Bears safety Adam Archuleta. They will be having their first child together in April 2008. She uses her playmate status to help others, currently volunteering at the Ronald McDonald house in DC.
Walcott continues to work toward earning her pilot license at Williams Field airport in Arizona.
* American Pie Presents: Band Camp (2005)
* American Summer (2008)