April 2003 PLAYBOY PLAYMATE
2004 Playmate of the Year
Carmella DeCesare DATA SHEET
BIRTHPLACE: Avon Lake, Ohio
BUST: 34 B
HEIGHT: 5′ – 8"
WEIGHT: 118 lbs
AMBITIONS: To get a Master’s degree and eventually become an awesome mom
TURN-ONS: Ambition, sense of humor, muscles and a handy man with great power tools!
TURN-OFFS: Dishonesty, bad pickup lines and people who are fake, rude or jealous.
IF I WEREN’T MODELING I’D WORK AS: An actress.
PEOPLE I ADMIRE: Those who start at the bottom and strive to make it to the top.
THE MOST IMPORTANT THING IN MY LIFE: My family and best friends.
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Carmella DeCesare BIO
It seems Carmella DeCesare took her share of knocks in high school. “I was the girl everybody liked to tease,” she confesses. “I wanted to be friends with everyone and have a good time, but it just didn’t work out that way. I had three good girlfriends in high school and they stuck by me. Kids at that age are horrible and look for someone to pick on, and I guess I was it. I hadn’t grown up yet – I had big red-frame glasses and no style. My mom and my step dad always told me, ‘Those boys who make fun of you are going to want to date you later.’ I never believed them, but now it’s my time to shine.”
Carmella’s first triumph over her tormentors came when she beat out thousands of hopefuls to become one of the 12 chosen for Fox’ Girl Next Door: The Search for a Playboy Centerfold. Unfortunately, she was one of the two girls who dropped out of the show early. “When I went to California, I was excited and had a different vision,” says Carmella. “I thought I would meet all these girls and we would hang out and have fun. Everybody was cutthroat and really wanted to win – it wasn’t the friendliest contest. It freaked me out. I decided to leave because it wasn’t for me.” But Hef wouldn’t let Carmella DeCesare just disappear. “He asked me if I wanted to rethink my position,” she says. “Hef invited me to a Mansion party and I had a blast with him and the girls. He asked me to do a test shoot in Chicago, and I accepted.”