Jessica Robinson has the girl-next-door look and is equally sexy. Find out what happens when you take this Playboy model to a nightclub, the reality behind her Playboy Mansion adventures, and more in this exclusive interview! She was also on the cover of Playboy Lingerie… Enjoy the interview!
How did you get into modeling?
I’ve always modeled. Something about being tall and slender with a pretty face has made it impossible to separate my life from this field.
What type of photoshoots do you prefer to do?
I most enjoy shooting fine art nude themes, focused on symmetry, muscle tone, geometry, etc.
Any shoots in particular that you want to do?
As far as a fantasy theme shoot that would be fun for me… I dunno – maybe something with really well designed leather pieces and a kick ass location.
When did Playboy come along?
Playboy came shortly after I started doing glamy jobs. It’s no big story – a photographer friend sent some pictures in to an editor he knew and the rest is history.
How has being in Playboy helped your career?
Being associated with Playboy has been an excellent marketing tool. I can advertise as “Playboy Model Jessica Robinson” which has proved quite useful.
What is it about being featured in Playboy that excites you?
It’s fun to see your face on the cover of a magazine on every major newsstand in America. I have friends overseas that keep bringing me foreign editions as well. According to one Playboy publication out of Czechoslovakia, I’m one of the one hundred sexiest women in the world… I suppose that’s exciting!
What do you think is your sexiest body part?
My hair. I have many nice parts, but I just can’t feel sexy if the hair isn’t working. I don’t even particularly like doing photo sets with my hair pulled back too tight. It’s a fifth appendage to me.
Favorite place to vacation?
Costa Rica. Or hiking. Could be both.
What do you do in your downtime?
I have nooooo downtime. I’m a complete type A workaholic. If I’m not working on modeling, it’s school.
Favorite karaoke song?
Give us a fun fact about you.
My memory is freakish. I had to stop reading my friend’s Facebook pages because I’d creep them out by mentioning something they’d posted months ago. For a normal person to retain that information would indicated an obsession. For me… stuff just sticks.
Best or worst pick-up line used on you?
I try to avoid pick up lines… I’m not sure if anyone has ever used a pick up line on me in sincerity. I think “Hi” works pretty well.
Describe your ideal date.
The Guy: Is tall and smart and funny and sincere and sweet and confident. With brown eyes and glasses. Athletic. Goal oriented. Oh wait – that’s THE Guy. Let’s talk about the guy. He is basically good, basically smart, and basically honest. I’m easy. We are somewhere we can talk. Since I tend to be a victim of low blood sugar, having food around is probably good. Something fun and active… I like to skip around and be silly. I’m not at all prissy and I love to learn. Take me to a night club? Game over man!
Tell us about your best night out partying.
Playboy Mansion, hands down. Where else can a gal go where she can bring her boyfriend and her best friend, not have to drive, drink/eat for free, wear her panties and NOT get hit on all night? It was the most amazing surprise to me to find that the Mansion was not the meat market I imagined it to be. The men there were generally charming and I never felt like anyone was trying to ‘get anywhere’ with me. I’m spoiled now, I don’t want to party any other way.
Do you have a story about how you got away with something?
Hmmm…I tend to be honest to a fault. I’m trying to think of something… I suppose I’ve posed nude in some risky locations but I kinda learned my lesson on that one!
What’s the most common question that people ask you?
Credit or debit? How are you? This question probably pertains to modeling etc… so I guess people most commonly ask, as you have, how I got involved with Playboy and what my experience has been like.
What’s the coolest thing a fan has done for you?
Bought my magazines, I guess!
Name anyone, alive or dead, who you would love to meet.
Haha… in the age of google all the pressing questions I have are pretty easy to look up. Schrodinger. To ask him if his existence is dependent on my perception of it. [Editor’s Note: A truly excellent and original answer!]
Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
I’m giving my life to science. So probably in the basement of a university building saving the world one experiment at a time.