Lorraine Olivia, Playboy’s Miss November 1990, was born in Geneva, Illinois. She worked at a pharmacy and a car dealership prior to becoming a flight attendant for United Airlines.
Lorraine posed for Playboy in a flight attendant uniform and answered a few questions about life up in the air. Who does she consider the ideal airplane passenger? “Anyone who helps pass the time on a four-hour flight.” She told Playboy her favorite in-flight movie is—and let’s remember this was 1990—The Fabulous Baker Boys, and the worst announcement the captain can make is, “Due to air-traffic control, we will be unable to land in Chicago at this time.”
After posing for Playboy Lorraine appeared in several Playboy videos and Special Editions. She competed on a team of Playmates in Family Feud’s “Battle of the Sexes” episode and was also one of the lucky Playmates featured in the “Fresh Prince After Dark” episode of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.
Lorraine told Playboy she’s turned on by “strong hands and a good sense of humor,” and she’s turned off by “blanket hogs.” In a 1990 interview, she told us she hoped to finish college and become a third-grade teacher.