Devin Renee DeVasquez is an American actress, model, writer and producer, possibly best known as Playboy's Playmate of the Month in June 1985.
Born June 25, 1963 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana with Spanish, Irish and Cajun ancestry, DeVasquez was raised by a single mother, her father having passed away before she was born. He had been born in Madrid, Spain. She attended Louisiana State University in 1981, appearing in a college pictorial that was followed by her posing for Playboy and becoming their Miss June pin-up in 1985.
Her popularity in Playboy soon catapulted her into getting roles as an actress in movies and television. After winning the Spokesmodel category in "Star Search" in 1986, she appeared in the movie "House II: The Second Story" in 1987 with Arye Gross, John Ratzenberger and Amy Yasbeck, followed by roles in "Can't Buy Me Love" with Patrick Dempsey, "Society" with Billy Warlock, "Guns," "A Brilliant Disguise," "A Low Down Dirty Shame," "Hard Time" and "Citizen Toxie: The Toxic Avenger IV." Between films, she also made an appearance on "Married With Children" in the controversial "Her Cups Runneth Over" episode and several Playboy videos, such as the "Playboy Playmate Play-Offs" where she joined several playmates in an athletic decathlon for charity hosted by TV personalities Chuck Woolery, Pat McCormick and Chuck McCann.
On September 25, 2009, Devin married actor and musician Ronn Moss, who played Ridge Forrester on the CBS series, "The Bold and the Beautiful."
Sometimes credited as "Devin Devasquez," Devin authored the book, "The Naked Truth About A Pinup Model" in 2013, which covered her career as well as others as a pin-up model and featured an interview with the original 1940s pin-up model, Bettie Page. Her last acting roles were in the 2015 TV-movie "Isle of Legends" and the Finnish TV-series "Ismo." She also directed the documentary, "Beyond the Centerfold" and produced episodes of the series, "Bruna in Beverly Hills" and "The Bay." She also wrote and produced the TV movie, "Rossi & White." She is also credited with having appeared in more than a hundred commercials.
Devin has since founded DevRonn Enterprises dedicated to healthy living with proceeds from her recipes going to help victims of Hurricane Katrina.