Cynthia Brimhall

Cynthia Brimhall


Ogden Utah USA


5' 8"

Playmate of the month

October 1985

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Coming from a small-town in Utah to the mean streets of West Hollywood was a true eye-opener for Cynthia Brimhall who learned very quickly that nothing is safe here—not even your underwear. “Some pervert stole all my underwear,” admits the shocked Playmate who had her delicates taken from her complex’s laundry room. “You know, I really have expensive taste in lingerie. Some of it was even from Rome. I don't indulge myself in a lot of things, but underwear is one of my vices. Someone is actually walking around that complex in my panties.” It’s safe to assume that Cynthia’s valuables were always safe in her hometown of Ogden, Utah, but now that she’s far from home, she’s begun to see how rough life could be in the big city. The tall brunette has seen firsthand how some girls crumble under the pressure of becoming a successful model in Los Angeles and has vowed to preach her anti-drug message no matter what. “I have two girlfriends who are here modeling, and they are just wrecks,” says the Playmate as she shakes her head. “I can't even talk to them. I want to tell them, ‘don't go out. Don't just drink and party. Stay home, paint, read a book.’” Even though Hollywood has been somewhat kind to voluptuous Miss October 1985—she’s worked on KISS: eXposed with Gene Simmons and was one of Bob Barker’s Beauties on The Price is Right—she says she no longer believes becoming an actress is her calling in life. “In terms of my career, I don't even want to do movies or anything else I thought I wanted to,” says Cynthia. “What I want to do is have seven baby boys and a huge white ranch house. I'll sit on the lawn in the shade while my husband and boys do those manly things men do around a ranch. A successful marriage is one of the biggest accomplishments you can have in life.” Just when you thought our Playmate couldn’t be any more beautiful, she stuns everyone with her strong sense of self and family values.