- Lisa D. Boyle Lissa Boyle Lisa Boyles Cass
- Lisa Denise Boyle
- Chicago Illinois
- United States
- Actress Model
- Men and boys Being a fuck toy and treated like a pet Getting face fucked
- Face Tits Ass made to be fucked Learned very young how to please men
- Loves extreme sex and over the top acts
Lisa Boyle Biography
After she broke up with her boyfriend, Boyle decided to become a nude model. She got an agent and within a month was signed up for Playboy magazine. She was asked to pose for the March/April 1995 edition of The Book of Lingerie. A long list of Books of Lingerie followed, and she has appeared in more than 15 editions from 1995 to 2000, five of which were cover shots. In addition to Playboy, Boyle has also posed for Celebrity Skin, L'Equipe magazine, Access magazine and Loaded.
Boyle started her acting career in 1988 with a part in Earth Girls Are Easy and had her first starring role, in 1994's Midnight Tease. She was sometimes credited as Lisa D. Boyle, Lissa Boyle, Lisa Boyles, Cassandra Leigh, or Cassandrea Leigh. She has appeared in several other movies, including cameos in Lost Highway and Face/Off and more substantial roles in direct-to-video softcore movies like I Like to Play Games which helped cement her loyal following. In addition to movies, Lisa has also appeared on TV shows like Married... with Children (playing Fawn, one of Kelly Bundy's friends, in five episodes), Dream On, Silk Stalkings and The Hughleys. She has also appeared in several music videos, including Aerosmith's "Falling in Love (Is Hard on the Knees)" as well as Warren G's "I Shot the Sheriff".
Boyle worked as a booth babe for Eidos Interactive at the 1999 Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3). She was a still photographer in the TV show Chasing Farrah in 2005.
Boyle has four tattoos (a baby pink bow on the back of her neck, a pink bow on her tailbone and her inner left wrist, and a pink Japanese sign for feline on her right ankle) and was among the first models in the 1990s to sport a belly ring, long before it became common fashion among other models and actresses.
In 2004, Boyle and various other models took part in the "No more Bush!" Internet campaign. Although the clear visual aspect of the website was the removal of pubic hair, it was merely a soundbite aimed at the removal of President Bush from office. (Lisa had in fact been photographed clean shaven early in her modeling career.)
Boyle operates her own website and has appeared in numerous issues of the Playboy Newsstand Specials.