Bobbi Sue Luther
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Bobbi Sue Luther
|Also known as:||Bobby Sue Luther|
|Born:||August 27, 1978|
Silver Spring, Maryland
|Bra/cup size:||34E (75E) (same as DD cup)|
|Height:||5 ft 5 in (1.65 m)|
|Weight:||121 lb (55 kg)|
 Movie career
Luther played an Orion Slave Girl on Star Trek: Enterprise, She also played a newsreader on Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo. In March 2007, Bobbi Sue Luther was named the new face of St. Pauli Girl beer. She was also in Season Five Episode Six 'The Smoking Jacket' of Curb Your Enthusiasm as a Playboy girl, and appeared in Season 2, Episode 5 titled 'Goodbye to That' of Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles. She is also the spokes girl for LYNX BODY SPRAY, a brand that is called the Bond Film of Advertising.
Bobbi just finished filming 3 feature films already in 2006 and is slated to begin filming of a 4th at the end of May. Of those films, Killer Pad directed by Robert Englund is proving to become a comedy hit as well as Parental Guidance Suggested, where Bobbi costars beside Frankie Muniz, Ryan Pinkston, Matthew Lillard and Jamie Kennedy. She also plays a protagonist in the 2009 film Laid To Rest. Luther can be seen in Adam Gierasch remake Night of the Demons as Suzanne Reed, which was released on Blu-ray and DVD October 19, 2010.
Luther is the host of TLC's Junkyard Mega Wars.
 Model career
Also she has been in numerous things such as Maxim, Playboy, Stuff Magazine, FHM magazine for almost every country in the world, Loaded Magazine (UK), Nuts, Zoo, as well as GQ, Splat, Ocean Drive, Celebrity Car, and Seventeen Magazine—not to mention the covers of magazines like Max Muscle, Iron Man, Star trek magazine, Player, Beverly Hills 213 and Steppin' Out Magazine, and many more.
Bobbi Sue, in partnership with Jennifer Reuting, has also co-founded Cuties for Canines, Inc., a 501(c)3 Non-Profit foundation. This is a privately funded organization and relies on volunteer workers and donations in order to rescue dogs from animal shelters and place them in caring homes.