I typically don’t head straight for older women, but I had to take a detour when I came across Alley Baggett. Back in the 90′s she aspired to be a traditional model, but was turned down because of her height (5’2″). Her big break came when she auditioned for well known photographer Harvey Butts. Baggett burst onto the national scene in May 1995 when she appeared on the cover of Playboy’s Book of Lingerie. She has since appeared on over twelve Playboy Special Edition covers and has made more appearances in Playboy Special Editions than almost any other model. She has also been featured in British lad mags FHM and Loaded.
Outside of the modeling realm, Baggett has worked on television as a WWF Sunday Night Heat commentator on the USA Network and has appeared as herself on Penn and Teller’s Sin City Spectacular. She’s been seen on the WB’s Unhappily Ever After, Telemundo’s The Umberto Show and the Maria Conchita Alonso Show. Baggett was also featured in a comic book series based on a crime fighting alter-ego, “Alley Cat”. The comic books spawned action figures of Alley, which are today considered collectors’ items. She has also been featured and interviewed in various car tuning magazines. She is currently planning for her post-modeling career by launching her own production company.