Lindsey Eve Vuolo (born October 19, 1981) is an American model best known for her appearance in Playboy as the November 2001 Playmate.
Pictures of Vuolo’s bat mitzvah ceremony at age 13 were included in her Playboy pictorial. The fact that she attended synagogue while she was active with Playboy (although none of the men in the synagogue acknowledged recognizing her) led to a fair amount of media attention, including an interview with columnist Shmuley Boteach. “I consider myself a nice Jewish girl,” Vuolo says of herself. She frequently connects with her Jewish roots and religion. (Her mother is Jewish and her Italian American father converted to Judaism).
Some have incorrectly claimed that Vuolo is the first Jewish Playmate. Vuolo herself has agreed it is more likely that she merely is the first openly Jewish Playmate.
Vuolo has starred in several Playboy features and was a recurring model for several years in Playboy’s special edition magazines, such as Voluptuous Vixens. She was also photographed by Howard Stern’s sidekick Artie Lange for a nude pictorial in the “Celebrity Photographer” section of their website.