LOS ANGELES, May 6 /PRNewswire/ -- Kara Monaco, a former Disney World Snow White and Cinderella, is Playboy's 2006 Playmate of the Year. The blue-eyed, blond haired beauty is featured in a 10-page nude pictorial in
Playboy's June issue (on newsstands and at http://www.playboydigital.com Friday, May 6) and stars in her own DVD release, Video Centerfold: 2006 Playmate of the Year Kara Monaco (on sale Tuesday, June 13).
Along with her title, Kara receives $100,000 in prize money, a red and black 2006 Honda CBR1000RR sport motorcycle, and a 2007 Dodge Charger SRT8 Super Bee in "Detonator Yellow."
Kara is a former cast member at the Magic Kingdom. She worked in costume and danced in parades at Disney World as seven different characters including Snow White, Cinderella, Alice in Wonderland, and the Little Mermaid. Kara's sun-kissed good looks caught Playboy's attention and the blond stunner went on to become Miss June 2005. She is the first June Centerfold to be named Playmate of the Year.
Playboy's newest Playmate of the Year is a native of Orlando, Florida and a 2001 graduate of Lake Brantley High School. She is a featured instructor on two Envy series workout videos and has appeared on CSI: Miami and in the pages of Men's Fitness. She is currently based in Los Angeles where she is pursuing modeling and acting work.
Playboy named its first Playmate of the Year, Ellen Stratton, in 1960.
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