Eloise Broady, Playboy’s Miss April 1988, is a native of Houston, Texas. After being named Playmate of the Month, Eloise appeared in several Playboy documentaries. Her acting resume includes roles in the movies Dangerous Love, To Die For, Troop Beverly Hills, Weekend at Bernie’s, Friday Night Lights, You Don’t Mess with the Zohan, Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps, Angels Sing, and Sin City: A Dame to Kill For. She has made guest appearances on the TV shows Dallas and Friday Night Lights.
Aside from acting, Eloise may be best known as the spokesmodel for Paul Mitchell hair products. (She’s also married to Paul DeJoria, the co-founder of Paul Mitchell.) Eloise has been featured on 20/20 with Barbara Walters and E! Entertainment. When she’s not acting and modeling, Eloise works with her son Justin at The Arbor Recovery Center in Georgetown, Texas.
In a 1988 interview Eloise shared her turn-ons with Playboy: “Love, movies, friends, my children, working with talented actors.” Her turnoffs include “heavy make-up, sanctimonious people, desperate men, sushi.” How would she describe her ideal romantic rendezvous? “My lover and I get in a helicopter, fly to a desolate mountaintop, and make love under blue skies.”