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Though she may not look it, according to playboy.com, Britany Nola was born to a black dad and a white mom. She’s a “person of color” and grew up in a home where “you couldn’t walk in without Motown, jazz or Muddy Waters blasting.” She said, “I feel blessed that I was raised by two different cultures…but I also experienced the dark side of people, the judgments and hardships my dad had to go through. It was so sad to witness the way they treated him and looked at him and how differently they would treat me when they found out I was mixed.”
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Britany Nola said of her Playboy experience, “It’s been really lovely. I was very nervous going into it. But I’m so impressed by how lovely it’s been.” She added, “It’s very professional. Nobody is gawking at you. It’s a lot of laughing. Everyone’s really comfortable with each other, which makes you really comfortable.”
As to becoming famous for being naked in the Internet age, she said most of it was good, but she got the occasional stalker-y comment on her Twitter feed. “I was close to deleting it the other day. It’s just a strange thing” (thetimes-tribune.com).
Aside from modeling, Britany Nola would like to become an actress. “I know, such a cliché…but I was in theatre all my life and it’s something I really enjoy.” She’d also love to travel. Her ambitions are “to challenge, change and inspire our society through my writing, acting and modeling.”
She described herself as a music fanatic. “I can’t live without music.”
Her turn-ons are a “man with passion and intelligence who is challenging and difficult and makes me question everything.” Her turn-offs are an “intimidated man full of insecurities who is easily embarrassed. What else? Oh yes! I loathe arrogant egocentrics with nary a hint of humor.”
She listed Peter Fonda, Jeremy Irons and Gene Wilder among the men of her dreams, and the book she loves the best is Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov.
Finally, Britany Nola warned, “If we meet, expect strange, yet fun, random bouts of energy. I’m inordinately fond of drinking red wine and having deep philosophical conversation with myself. We are not machines!”
She said she spends too much time at Barnes and Noble, and adds that she’s a serious shopper.
She has appeared in the film “American Ecstasy.”
She said, “I’m not really asking for much, just a good life." She splits her time between Los Angeles and New York.