Barbara Moore - Playmate Autograph - Bikini Shot
Classic Playmate Autograph - Barbara Moore
It's time to sell a few more of the Playboy Playmate autographs I have collected over the years. Some are rather common, but some of these are not easy to find anymore.
This is an 8 x 10" Black and White Playmate of the Month promo photo of Barbara Moore , who was Playmate of the Month for December 1992 . For the sake of my auctions, I am calling a "Vintage Playmate" one that appeared over 15 years ago. Barbara appeared almost 16 years ago this coming winter... hard to believe!
Barbara was a stunning Playmate standing 5' 6" tall , weighing 110 pounds and her measurements were a very buxom 36D-24-35, with a face framed by long blond tresses when she posed. Tall, blonde and buxom. A classic 1980's Playmate!Barbara Moore was born in Spokane, Washington and raised in Seattle, near Puget Sound, with two brothers. While she was raised in a strict Christian household, she was very popular in school and was a high school cheerleader. By the time she was 19 years old, Barbara had left home and was living in Nashville, Tennessee working as a flight attendant. She also began modeling which led to appearances in the 1992 Reba McEntire music video The Night The Lights Went Out in Georgia (she played the cheating wife) as well as videos for Waylon Jennings, Hank Williams Jr., Aerosmith and Phil Collins . Not long afterward, she sent in photos to Playboy and was chosen to be a Playmate in 1992. After her appearance in Playboy, Barbara has remained very popular with the readers, appearing in at least 30 Playboy Special Editions and 16 Playboy videos . She has also served as a Playboy spokesperson for a number of years.
Like many Playmates of the 1980's, Barbara had a brief acting career, guest starring in several TV shows ( Married...with Children and Blossom ), and appeared in movies such as Wild Malibu Weekend! (1995), Cyber Bandits (1995), Fox Hunt (1996), Five Aces (1999), and as a Fembot in Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery (1997). Leaving acting, Barbara took up ballroom dancing and became a U.S. National Pro-Am Ballroom Dance Champion.
Barbara Moore entered the gossip limelight in 2004 when her friend and fellow Playmate, Shauna Sand, introduced her to her then husband, Lorenzo Lamas. Even though he was still married to Shaunna Sand, Lamas began dating Barbara Moore, and quickly divorced Sand. Moore and Lamas were engaged to be married in July 2005, but the wedding was called off when Lamas found Moore in a "compromising position" with a male stripper at her bachelorette party. Surprise, surprise! Moore currently lives in Los Angeles with her daughter, Priscilla (born in May 2007) and runs her own web-site.
The picture is a great shot of Barbara wearing a tiny two-piece bathing suit (that barely holds things in) done for her Playmate of the Month promo . She is shown from the knees up, with both of her hands on her hips, turned to her left but smiling happily at you. The photo is has a lip print and is signed in black across the middle right of the photo and says, " Love Always - Barbara Moore ".
People who collect Playmate promos know that t are a number of variations on these which changed with the year... all authentic. This one was purchased from John O'Neill around 1996; he often had Playmate put a lip print on the photo with their autograph. It is printed on standard glossy photo paper. I also think that people that collect these autographs realize that many Playmates charge $20 for their autographs... so beginning these auctions at less than fifteen bucks is a deal!
As a note, this photo has been carefully stored flat in mylar. I realize that t are a lot of fake autographs out t.. if you have any doubts about the signature please let me know and don't bid .
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