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Julia Hayes was a glamour model, appearing in numerous magazines such as Penthouse, Playboy, Club (US), Club International, Gallery, Swank, Cheri and Hustler during the early and mid-1990s.
Hayes was born on May 7, 1972 in Helena, Montana. At the age of 18, she moved to Boston to become a nanny for a year. She then moved to Seattle, Washington where she attended the University of Washington to study zoology. There she started doing local print work and television commercials for a hot tub company, and a poster for Budweiser beer. During this time, she started posing for the adult magazines. First she posed for Playboy and stayed at the Playboy Mansion in Beverly Hills. Once they found out she had danced at a local topless club in Seattle, they put her layout in their Australian publication. Afterwards, she appeared in Penthouse.
Every month for almost 3 years under the name of "Nancy", Club International ran a full layout of her. She appeared in similar layouts in the European publication Club International as Lucy Halloran. Each publication ran a feature where she allegedly replied to readers' letters and fantasies.
She now lives in Columbia, South Carolina and partly owns night clubs and is retired from feature dancing.
Note : Julia's measurements, stated above, were from 1991.
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