The sexy semite and star of numerous TV shows and advertising commercials finally give in to Hefner’s plea to celebrate her 40th birthday and raise cash for US national infertility association Resolve.
“I was 18 when Playboy approached me for the first time. Every other year since then I would get a wonderful call from them, and I would very graciously decline,” she said. “When they called on my 40th, not only to wish me a happy birthday but also to make the offer again, I thought, ‘Wow, they still want me.’ If I had done it in the past, it would have been for gratuitous reasons or money or to help my career. And I don’t need any of that now.”
As well as roles on TV, Margolis has also appeared in film and in 1997, she appeared as a fembot in Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery.
In a unique deal with Playboy, a portion of all sales from the upcoming Christmas (06) issue of the magazine will go to Resolve.
Margolis is married to Guy Starkman, boss of Jerry’s Famous Deli, a chain of ten restaurants in California and Florida. The chain was founded by Guy’s father, Ike, a former lieutenant in the Israeli Defense Forces.
Margolis has become a poster girl for infertility treatments and the spokeswoman for Resolve after conceiving three children including twins via in vitro fertilisation.
She also tells Playboy she’s planning to write a book about her struggles to become a mother.
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