|Born:||May 7, 1949|
Portsmouth, England, UK
|Bra/cup size:||36E (80E) (same as DD cup)|
|Height:||5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)|
|Weight:||119 lb (54 kg)|
|Playboy Playmate:||January 1972|
|Shown:||Topless, Bush, Full frontal|
Marilyn Cole (b. May 7, 1949, Portsmouth, England) was Playboy magazine's January 1972 Playmate of the Month, as well as 1973's Playmate of the Year, the first and only Briton to hold that title. Her original pictorial was photographed by Alexas Urba.
Starting off as a Playboy Bunny at London's Playboy Club, Cole was pursued romantically by both Hugh Hefner and Victor Lownes, who at the time was president of Playboy Enterprises. For a period, she was involved with Roxy Music singer Bryan Ferry, appearing on the cover of Roxy Music's Stranded album. However in 1984, she and Lownes married. They live in London where she is a journalist.
Cole continued to pose for Playboy. She can be seen in all of her glory in the April 1984 pictorial "Playmates Forever! Part Two" and the April 1989 feature about the "Minikini," a one-piece, totally strapless bathing suit that Marilyn marketed for a while.
- "I don't think I have a perfect body. There are loads of things wrong with me. I've never liked my legs, they're too skinny, and I keep thinking of changing my nose."
- "I want to marry a rich man because I don't like struggling. "I like the excitement when somebody cracks a bottle of champagne. "There is nothing sexier for me than to see a man at the boardroom table giving orders."
- "Sex is necessary for me. I couldn't go out with anyone and not have sex with them."
- Playboy: 50 Years of Playmates (2004) (V)
- Forty Minutes (1990) TV Episode
- V.I.P.-Schaukel (1972) TV Episode
Big tit movies / pictures of Marilyn Cole
- Playboy Plus Marilyn Cole (Playboy Playmate and Cyber Girl pictures & movies)
|Playboy Playmates of 1972|
|Marilyn Cole||P.J. Lansing||Ellen Michaels||Vicki Peters||Deanna Baker||Debbie Davis|
|Carol O'Neal||Linda Summers||Susan Miller||Sharon Johansen||Lenna Sjooblom||Mercy Rooney|
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