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Karen Witter

Karen Witter
Playboy centerfold appearance
March 1982
Preceded by Anne-Marie Fox
Succeeded by Linda Rhys Vaughn
Personal details
Born (1961-12-13) December 13, 1961
Long Beach, California
Measurements Bust: 35"
Waist: 23"
Hips: 33"
Height 5 ft 6 in (1.68 m)
Weight 106 lb (48 kg)

Karen Rachel Witter born in Long Beach, California) is an American model and actress.

She was Playboy magazine's Playmate of the Month for its March 1982 issue,[1] and her centerfold was photographed by Arny Freytag.[2][3] Witter later appeared on the cover of the March 1983 issue with fellow Playmates Kimberly McArthur and Kelly Tough. She was also featured in the December 1991 issue. [4]

She soon made the transition to acting, working mostly on television on series as diverse as Mickey Spillane's Mike Hammer (1984), Cheers (1988), The Vineyard (1989), The X-Files (1995), Witter later appeared as Nemesis in Hercules: The Legendary Journeys, in the seventh episode "Pride Comes Before a Brawl" (1995). Sabrina the Teenage Witch 1998, NYPD Blue (2000), "Dharma & Greg' 2000, and Malcolm in the Middle (2001). From 1990 to 1994 had a contract role as Tina Lord on the ABC soap opera One Life to Live,[5] for which she was nominated for a 1991 Soap Opera Digest Award for Outstanding Female Newcomer in Daytime.

Witter married television writer and producer Chuck Lorre in the beginning of May 2001, and went by the name Karen Lorre. [6]

She is still acting and also teaches in person and online classes in how to Live in Unconditional Love, and creates Personalized Guided Meditations for people so they can feel they have all they desire.

See also


  1. ^ "Karen Witter ~ Playmate". Playboy. 2015. Retrieved August 16, 2015. 
  2. ^  
  3. ^ "Playmate Directory: Karen Witter". Retrieved January 21, 2010. 
  4. ^ Jim Harwood (December 1991). "Sex Stars 1991".  
  5. ^ Waggett, Gerard J. (November 1997). "One Life to Live". The Soap Opera Encyclopedia.  
  6. ^ "Karen Witter". The New York Times. 

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