Fondren was working as a waitress at the restaurant Gallaghers in Beaumont, Texas when she was discovered by "Playboy" photographer Robert Scott Hooper having lunch at the Desert Inn Hotel on her first trip to Las Vegas. Debra was the Playmate of the Month in the September, issue of "Playboy. She was named Playmate of the Year in She continued to model and appear in numerous "Playboy" videos throughout the early to mid 90s; she sports shoulder length red hair in these videos. In addition, Debra was a guest at several Glamourcon conventions in the late 90s and early s. In Fondren stopped participating in "Playboy" promotions because they put "too much emphasis on sex. Sign In. Edit Debra Jo Fondren.
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It was when the gusher blew in, and Debra Jo was a Playboy cover girl and Playmate of the Year last year, with photos made in Paris by Francis Giacobetti who lighted her and photooranhed her like a cathedral. Now Debra Jo was coming back home for the annual catfish fry and beer blast of the Hatfield Company. Joe Taylor said only 12 people showed up for their first party. Last year, they invited Debra Jo and 2, refinery men came and a competitor stole the registration book.