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Heather Knox was discovered at a casting call in Columbus, Ohio. Before she became a Playmate, she worked at Hooters. “Guys think that pretty girls get hit on a lot, but I can say I never got hit on that much. I don’t know if guys were intimidated or shy or what. I’m a pretty forward girl, though. If I see someone who I want to talk to, I make the first move.”
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Her ambitions are to use “this amazing opportunity to learn more about myself and my ultimate path.” Her turn-ons are “a manly man who is secure with himself, knows how to make me laugh and is chivalrous!” Her turn-offs are “egotistical meathead types ala “Jersey Shore” who think they are God’s gift to women…you wonder why you’re standing at the bar alone?”
She’s inspired by music. “I love listening to different genres and relating the lyrics to my personal ups and downs.” And her close friends and family make her smile. “My grandparents mean the world to me and I don’t know where I’d be without them.” (In fact, when she got the news that she landed the centerfold, the first person she told was her grandmother.) Her philosophy in life is “Be Yourself. People who matter don’t mind and the people who mind don’t matter.”
Heather Knox described herself as “kind of a homebody. I don’t go out a lot. I haven’t gotten too much attention when I go out to the bars [since landing in Playboy.]”
She’s also a die-hard Colts fan. “I’m a fan when they are doing good and a fan when they are doing bad.”
Heather Knox gave an interview with Busted Coverage and a comment about having sex with Tim Tebow garnered a lot of attention. “I didn’t realize that comment was going to get blown out of proportion the way it did….I knew nothing about the guy and wasn’t looking to really take his virginity.”
As for dating sites, Heather said, “Putting all your info into a dating website and letting one program match you up isn’t how dating is supposed to work. It’s supposed to be about human interaction and looking into a person’s eyes, not staring into a computer screen.”
Heather Knox resides in Indianapolis, Indiana.