Just when you think you’ve seen it all, you see Cybergirl Haydn Porter. Blue-eyed, red-haired, and naturally soft and curvy, she’s a dance and fitness instructor by occupation – and a world traveler, multilinguist, artist, member of Mensa and black belt by her own virtue. “I was born to British parents in Illinois, where I spent the first seven years of my life,” says Haydn. “We spent another three years in Connecticut before settling down in Tulsa. I’ve traveled all over – Canada, Costa Rica, and several countries in Europe, including Germany, France, Belgium, Holland, Wales and England. I’ve studied several languages and am fluent in French. I’ve been exposed to a variety of different ways of thinking, and I’m very accepting of everyone.”
Haydn is a lot of things, but one thing she isn’t is a typical girl. When she’s not at work or school, she likes to hang out with the guys, playing video games and watching the Twilight Zone – but she does have a select few girlfriends, and doesn’t mind a shopping trip or a girls’ night in. She loves to draw and watch anime, takes drama classes, and is a huge fan of horror film and ‘adult’ cartoons. To cap it all off, she does cosplay at Comic-Con every year, and she had a small role as Slave Princess Leia in Simon Pegg’s recent film Paul
“I never thought that I would be in Playboy,” admits Haydn. “My freshman year of college, I saw an ad for Playboy casting in the school paper. The audition was on my eighteenth birthday, and I thought ‘why not?’ Two days later I was shooting the Girls of Conference USA pictorial.” Haydn was featured in several other videos and pictorials before her promotion to Cybergirl in October 2012. “I recently got out of a bad relationship,” admits Haydn. “Now I’m free to spend my time however I want – pursuing my own interests, developing as a person. And I have the chance to spend more time with my family. We only have so much time, and I’d like to spend it with those who matter most.”
Haydn spared us 10 minutes in between a pair of three-hour college classes and talked about
everything from ancient Rome to Libras.