- Birthplace: Albertville, Alabama
- Birthday: July 22, 1972
- Hair Color: Blonde
- Height: 5' 2"
- Measurements: 34C-23-34
As her name suggests, Angela Little is a slip of a girl. But don't let her petiteness fool you. What the size one, five-foot-two Southerner lacks in physical stature she makes up for with lofty ambition, a hearty sense of humor and a broad drawl. We met with the adorable 26-year-old at Spago Restaurant in Chicago, where she went crimson when every head in the joint turned in her direction. Playboy: Would you rather be considered cute or sexy? Angela: Can't I be both [laughs]? Cute is more fun. You can be cute 24 hours a day, but being sexy all the time gets old. I'd never want people to roll their eyes and say, "There she goes again, wearing that tight dress." Playboy: What do you wear for seducton? Angela: Vintage clothing from the Forties and Fifties. I play dress-up and my boyfriend takes pictures. Playboy: You're a makeup artist. Can a woman look beautiful without using cosmetics? Angela: Sure. I'm comfortable without makeup, but I wear it because I'm expressive. I like to paint, so I use my face as a canvas. When I want to kick up my heels, I wear false eyelashes and red lipstick. Playboy: Have you always been creative? Angela: Yes. I grew up in Alabama - the Bible Belt - where there wasn't enough to occupy my mind. People were into church and football. The girls got married right out of high school. I was an outcast. I couldn't wait to bold out of town. Playboy: You ended up in Dallas. What has big-city life taught you? Angela: To be open-minded and express myself. Playboy: You played a redhead in the film Headless at the Fair.But do you believe blondes have more fun? Angela: Absolutely. I think it's psychological. When I went out in public with red hair, I felt like a wallflower. Not that I wanted to be the center of attention, but I was used to people looking at me. No one did. Playboy: Is acting more fun than modeling? Angela: Definitely. Modeling gets boring. I have a hard time sitting still. I think that improvisational acting and storytelling are much more gratifying. Playboy: Will your Southern accent prevent you from getting roles? Angela: No. I can do all kinds of different accents - French or German, British, whatever. I beat out 600 girls for the role in Headless. Playboy:You also beat out thousands of other women to become a Playmate. How does that feel? Angela: It feels terrific. I"m on top of the world.