Traci Adell (born February 17, 1969 in New Orleans, Louisiana) was an American model and actress for several years in her early/mid twenties in Los Angeles. She was chosen as Playboy magazine's Playmate of the Month for its July 1994 issue after being discovered in Playboy's 40th Anniversary Playmate Search in the summer of 1993. Traci's brief experiences in the entertainment and modeling industries included guest appearances on episodes of TV series and movies such as "Married with Children," "Dumb and Dumber," "Renegade," "The Naked Truth," "Dream On," "Almost Perfect," "Life 101," and "T.N.T." as well as being featured in several music videos. In 1997 Traci changed professions to pursue a career in education, where she excelled, found her passion and pursued her dreams outside of the entertainment industry and within the classrooms of LAUSD. Traci went on to receive her Masters degree in Education (Curriculum and Instruction) and worked for UCLA as an instructor and coordinator of mathematics professional development programs/institutes for elementary school teachers in the Los Angeles Unified School District. Traci attended High School in Germantown, Tennessee where she was named senior "Class Beauty" and "Winterfest Queen." Traci attended Memphis State University where she majored in Political Science with a minor in Broadcast Journalism in 1991. Traci began modeling in Memphis when she was discovered and the winner of "Black Velvet's Model Search" competition and was then chosen to model for the "Girls of Memphis" swimsuit calendar. She also modeled and appeared in local publications such as "Memphis Magazine" and the "Commercial Appeal." Traci currently lives in LA and has not been affiliated with Playboy or the entertainment industry since the mid 90's.
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