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Born: April 4, 1962 in Brewster, New York, USA.
Height: 5' 7"
Ava Fabian has done more as a Playboy model than in acting. In a
way, this is a shame, because she's a really remarkable presence in her
shows. Her senior class in high school voted her both "Most
Beautiful" and "Best Body". That must have been a sign of things
to come, because she did pretty good as a department store and catalog
model shortly thereafter. Her big break was appearing in Playboy
Magazine as Playmate of the Month for August, 1986. A successful
reception of this led to her being in a string of Playboy's
videos. But she also had other work, including parts in big
movies like "Dragnet" (1987), "Ski School" (1991) (which has since
become a cult hit), two episodes of TVs "Married...With Children" in
1990 and 1991, "Mobsters" (1991), an episode of TVs "Black Scorpion"
and "The Drew Carey Show", both in 2001, and playing herself in a 2002
episode of "Whose Line Is It Anyway?". She's done other shows,
but these are the highlights. In 2002, sixteen years after her
popular Playboy centerfold, Ava was honored as being one of only five
Playmates selected for being a doll. These dolls are fantastic;
also very limited and rare. They're made realistic and have soft
plastic skin. Since 2005, it seems as if Ava Fabian has dropped
out of shows and magazines altogether. Hopefully, she will
someday come out of retirement...because they "just don't build 'em
like that anymore!".
I think her most memorable role in shows was playing
Stretch, sexy evil sidekick to villainess Aerobicide in "Black
Scorpion". All three of the bad girls (including Bend) were sexy,
but Ava was certainly a standout. She wears the costume
well. And she's good in playing those small, yet still highly
visible parts. She could have played sexy bad girls in a lot of
Playboy (August, 1986)
Scorpion- No Sweat
Ava Fabian as Stretch, sexy sidekick to sinister Aerobicide!
Ava Fabian with Verne "Mini-Me" Troyer of Austin Powers fame.