CLEVELAND – Playboy is looking for new faces, and because of the recent success that they've had with finding playmates in northeast Ohio, they were back in Cleveland on a casting call, 19/43 News' Brett Anthony reported.
Nineteen-year-old Terri Duniec was among more than 50 ladies who showed up on Friday at Shooter's in the Flats for the Playboy casting call. She has never acted or modeled, but figured that she had nothing to lose.
"I just kind of came for the fun of it, to see what it was all about," Duniec said.
Duniec's got a fresh young look, and Playboy talent scouts liked what they saw. After a couple of photo shoots, one of which was off limits to our camera, Duniec was finished.
"I think it's cute," she said looking at one of her photos. "It does justice."
Duniec and many of the other girls that participated in the casting call are now competing for a spot in a reality-based television show where 12 playmates will live in a house. Plus, Playboy is searching eight cities for a new Miss July.
"Today's just a casting process," Playboy photographer George Georgiu said. "It's the very first process in any model's career with Playboy."
Showing a humble side, Duniec said she doesn't think that she has a chance.
"I'm average," she said. "I don't have anything -- no fake parts. I'm not exactly bustful."
If Duniec does get picked, however, she'll fly to Chicago or Los Angeles for the full-blown playmate test. She said that she wants to go to law school, but law school may have to wait.