Miss October 2003
- Eye ColorBlue Eyes
- Hair ColorBlondes
- HometownAlbert Lea, Minnesota
- TitlesMiss October 2003
About Audra Lynn
Audra Lynn was Playboy’s Miss October 2003. Though Audra grew up on a farm in rural Minnesota, her dreams of the future never had much to do with harvesting crops or herding livestock. “I was an only child and pretty spoiled as far as taking care of the animals was concerned. I helped clean the stalls, but my mom did most of the dirty work,” she told Playboy. “When I was five, I wanted to be beautiful like the mannequins I saw in department stores. I would stand by them, pose, and not move. People would just walk by and stare at me.”
By the time she was 15, Audra was putting that practice to good use as a model, but her parents made sure their daughter explored other interests. “I took piano lessons for years,” she said. “I have a nice collection of gold medals for ice-skating. I can do pretty much everything you see on TV. I stopped for three years because I had foot surgery. Recently I went to a rink and started pulling off doubles like they were nothing.”
After graduating high school Audra moved to Los Angeles to pursue her modeling career and also found work as an actress. Thanks to her role as a Playmate, she appeared on several episodes of The Girls Next Door and competed on Family Feud’s Playboy Special. She has acted in the films Epic Movie and Jinxed, the TV shows Frasier and The X-Files, and sketches on David Letterman, Jay Leno, Carson Daly and Jimmy Kimmel. In addition to Playboy she has appeared in Rolling Stone, GQ, People, and a six-page spread in Vogue.
Audra almost purrs when the subject of men comes up. She told Playboy her turn-ons include “a truthful, faithful, secure older man who makes me laugh.” She’s turned off by being taken for granted.
“I want to be the hunter,” she said. “If a guy comes up to me in a bar and I didn’t see him first, I won’t give him the time of day. I want to spot my prey first!”
When Audra Lynn does find her man, even the earth’s natural constraints don’t limit her affection. “I bought land on the moon for one boyfriend,” she said. “He told me he wanted to be an astronaut, so I got a deed and a satellite picture of the land on a part of the moon called the Sea of Rainbows. I love to spoil my boyfriends. If you treat me like a princess, I’m going to make you my prince.”