Carrie Stevens Poster


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Overview (2)

Born in Buffalo, New York, USA
Height 5' 6" (1.68 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Busty, luscious, and shapely redhead stunner Carrie Stevens was born on May 1, 1969 in Buffalo, New York. Carrie's research scientist father named her after the Carrie spectrophotometer. Stevens grew up in Hardwick, Massachusetts and studied journalism at Memphis State University. She was the Playmate of the Month in the June, 1997 issue of "Playboy." Carrie subsequently popped up in several "Playboy" videos and posed for a few newsstand special editions. Other major magazines she has been featured in are "Allure," "Glamour," and "Cosmopolitan." Stevens appears in the music video for "Never Let You Go" by the alternative rock group Third Eye Blind. Moreover, Carrie has acted in a handful of movies and TV shows: She not only had a recurring part as Celeste McCloud on the TV series "Black Scorpion," but has also made guest appearances on episodes of such television programs as "Weird Science," "Beverly Hills, 90210," "Pacific Blue," and "Two and a Half Men." Stevens writes a monthly column for "Hot Mom's Club" magazine and founded the on-line green fashion magazine "Envi-Image." She lives in Los Angeles, California with her son Jaxon.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: woodyanders

Trivia (6)

Playboy Playmate of the Month June 1997
Has a son: Jaxon Stephen Robert Herek (born May 23, 1997) in Los Angeles, CA with film director and her ex-boyfriend Stephen Herek.
Her father was a research scientist in Buffalo and she was named after the Carrie spectrophotometer.
Grew up in Memphis after her mother moved there following her divorce and became a great fan of Elvis Presley and made numerous trips to Graceland.
She was in a four year relationship with former KISS drummer Eric Carr until his death in 1991.
Has a strong interest in meditation and "re-birthing" a form of spiritual deep meditation practices.

Personal Quotes (1)

[on choosing her son's name]: "I like unusual names, but not so unusual that he'll get teased. Jaxon is masculine, but the spelling is fit for a star. His daddy is director Stephen Herek, who I met while filming Rock Star in 2000. Since both of his parents are in the business, maybe he will be inspired to see his name in lights. He has star quality."

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