Ciara Price was Playboy’s Playmate of the Month for November 2011. She also appeared on the magazine’s covers in April 2013 and September 2013. Ciara grew up in Buxton, Maine, a town just outside Portland. She now splits her time between Boston and Los Angeles.
Ever since the seventh grade Ciara has been a closet nerd. She was the only girl in her computer class. She likes to play video games, her favorite of which is Mortal Kombat. She never wore a dress until her freshman year of high school.
Ciara attended Fitchburg State College and majored in communications and new media. Before becoming a model, she worked as a Verizon wireless consultant. She says she still spends most of her time on the computer.
Ciara was fairly new to modeling when she began working with Playboy. When she was 18, a professional photographer and family friend asked if she wanted to submit photos to the magazine. She agreed, and less than a month after sending the pictures in she was asked to be a Playmate. Besides Playboy, Ciara has also appeared in Maxim Australia and modeled for Victory Motorcycles. One of her unique features is a freckle on her lip.
Ciara hopes to transition away from being in front of the camera. She is interested in photography, and she’d like to open up her own studio. Ideally she’d like to continue to work with Playboy behind the scenes. She believes her experience with the magazine would help other girls feel more relaxed during shoots.
Ciara is also involved in charitable causes. She helped organize “Bunnies for the Cure” with other Playmates. For every new follower Playboy gained on Twitter, the magazine donated 10 cents to cancer research. Then she and 20 other Playmates participated in Race for the Cure. She originally got involved in charity work through her father, who helped a local Maine charity called Camp Sunshine, which helped children with cancer.
Ciara likes physical sports, such as hockey and wrestling. Her turn-ons are guys with toned backs and a little scruffy facial hair. She has been romantically linked to UFC fighter Sean Loeffler, NHL forward Tyler Seguin, and Australian rugby player Mitchell Pearce at various times.